It all begins with Scholars Weekend. Compete for scholarships against other high-achieving students, and earn your invitation to the Kalos Scholars cohort. Among other benefits, Kalos Scholars participants develop a professional portfolio, build relationships with supporters, and enjoy NGU Honors Program privileges. Join likeminded students as you seek new levels of academic excellence and live out your Christian commitment.
Expand your excellence. Minimize your debt. The Kalos Scholars is structured to help bridge the gap between your other scholarships and awards and NGU’s direct costs. Candidates must participate in one of the following areas of study: English, Christian Studies, Political Science, Languages, or History. Candidates must also participate in the North Greenville University Honors Program.
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To compete, students will need to apply and be accepted to North Greenville University. Eligibility requirements for participating in NGU’s Scholars Weekend include:
- 3.75 unweighted GPA
- 1320 SAT or 28 ACT or 88 CLT
If selected, Kalos Scholars are required to satisfy the following expectations:
- Participate in the Honor’s program
- Maintain a 3.0 GPA
- Develop a professional portfolio
- Engage university publics and with the visionaries responsible for the program
Funds will cover full tuition, room (standard), board, books/materials (through Slingshot), and required fees (may not apply to course specific fees)
Comprised of Federal (excluding loans), State, and Institutional Aid. The Palmetto Fellows Scholarship and SC Tuition Grant will be applied to the cost of tuition. The Kalos Scholars will be awarded for the remaining cost of tuition and room and board and other costs, if applicable.
Kalos Scholars Retreat
Fellows will be invited to an exclusive four day retreat held on May 30–Jun 2, 2024 at the beautiful campus of Impact 360 Institute in Pine Mountain, GA. You will explore what it means to be a faithful disciple while in college—Know. Be. Live.