Student Success Grant
Reinhardt University is committed to helping students complete their education. We all know that a quality education is costly, and while Reinhardt is a value compared to most other quality private schools, paying tuition is still a financial challenge for many.
To help, the University has established the Reinhardt Student Success Grant. As long as an undergraduate student meets the following criteria, he or she will automatically receive a grant totaling one-half of any tuition increase award for the second year (after earning 24 credit hours at Reinhardt) and any additional year(s) he or she remains enrolled at Reinhardt.
Criteria for the Reinhardt Student Success Grant
To receive the Reinhardt Student Success Grant, an undergraduate student must be:
enrolled full- or part-time on the Waleska campus,
have earned at least 24 semester hours at Reinhardt,
have at least a 2.5 grade-point average,
receive less than $10,000 in Reinhardt institutional aid each year.*
This grant replaces the Challenge Grants awarded during the 2004-05 and 2005-06 years.
*Hope Scholarships, Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant, and scholarships/grants a student receives from non-Reinhardt sources are not Reinhardt institutional aid and are not counted toward the $10,000 cap.