High achieving students with demonstrated leadership and commitment to service add to the Albright community in significant ways. To reward those students for their good work, Albright offers a variety of Scholarships and Awards. All Scholarships and Awards are renewable in each semester of a student’s four-year degree as long as the student remains in good academic standing and in compliance with Albright’s Student Code of Conduct.
All students who apply by April 30 will automatically be considered for the scholarships and awards listed below with the exception of the Warren L. Davis Scholarship, an invite-only scholarship. Winners of scholarships and awards will be notified at the time of acceptance, or soon thereafter. It is not necessary to apply for need-based financial aid in order to receive a scholarship or award.
Accepted students can receive only one scholarship. Awards and institutional need based grants and financial aid may be in given in addition to a scholarship.
Presidential Scholarships, in the amount of $15,000 per year, are offered to students with outstanding academic records. Presidential Scholars generally rank in the top five percent of their graduating class and demonstrate strong leadership skills and a commitment to service.
Dean’s Scholarships, in the amount of $12,000 per year, are offered to students with excellent academic records who demonstrate a commitment to school and community involvement.
Albright College Scholarship
Albright College Scholarships, in the amount of $10,000 per year, are offered to students with strong academic records.
Albright College Grants
Albright College Grants, in the amount of $6,000 to $8,000 per year, are offered to students with respectable academic records.
13th Street Scholarship
North 13th Street in Reading, Pennsylvania is noted in a Ripley’s Believe it or Not as the only place in the United States where a student can go from kindergarten through college by taking classes at schools on the same street.
In recognition of this educational phenomenon, the 13th Street Scholarship, is awarded to all accepted students who have graduated from Reading High School, Northeast Middle School and 13th & Green and/or 13th & Union Elementary Schools.
Warren L. Davis Scholarship
Davis Scholarships cover full tuition, room and board costs at Albright College, post-application of state and federal grant programs. Students will be invited to apply for the Davis Scholarship and will have one month to submit a quality essay that has answered one of five unique prompts. Students will also be asked to submit a character recommendation. Select students will be invited to campus to complete a series of interviews and meet with Albright College President Jacquelyn S. Fetrow, Ph.D. ’82. The Davis will be awarded to students displaying exceptional academic performance who wish to pursue further academic success and have a desire to hone their creative and critical thinking skills so they may serve their communities beyond Albright.
Enrolling Students who are children or grandchildren of Albright College graduates are eligible for an annual award. Candidates for the Legacy Award must provide documentation of legacy status in their application prior to an offer of admission.
Members of the Albright faculty may invite incoming students who demonstrate both outstanding creative talent as well as a serious commitment toward student leadership to submit portfolios, interview or audition for renewable grants. Students are awarded these grants on the basis of their portfolio/interview/audition submissions.
United Methodist Award
In recognition of its affiliation with the United Methodist Church, Albright offers United Methodist Awards to incoming students who are active in their United Methodist Church.
Candidates for the United Methodist Award must provide a letter from their pastor clearly stating their active membership in the church. This letter must be received prior to May 1.
Click here to submit your application for the United Methodist Award.