What is the PC Fellows Award?
The Presbyterian College Fellows Award recognizes high school juniors who have demonstrated a history of academic success. The $4,000 scholarship awards $1,000 annually for four years of study at Presbyterian College.
Selection as a PC Fellow also grants students consideration for other academic scholarships ranging from $6,000 to $23,000. Such students may also be considered for the Griffith Scholarship, which covers the full cost of attending PC for four years of study and is awarded to two incoming freshmen each year.
PC Fellows Award Requirements
High school guidance counselors may nominate juniors who meet two of the following criteria:
- One or more of the following standardized test scores:
- PSAT (evidence-based reading, writing, and math) score of 1100 or higher
- SAT (evidence-based reading, writing, and math) score of 1100 or higher
- ACT – Composite score of 22 or higher
- Ranked in the top 10 percent of the current junior class
- An unweighted GPA of 3.5 or more
Presbyterian College Fellows Nomination Form
**All nominations must be submitted by a high school counselor. Nomination forms will not be accepted if counselor contact information is not provided. Also, there isn’t a cap on the number of students who may be nominated for this award.
Please note that a valid mailing address is required for each nominee. A school’s address is valid only if the student is attending a boarding school. Otherwise, a home address is required.
Questions? Please contact Carol Queen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864.833.8268