Scholarships for Students with High School Equivalency Test Scores
Students who have taken an High School Equivalency test within the past three years and are first time college students may be eligible for the HSE Scholarship.
Students who earn a 145 to 164 on the GED and a 45-63 on the HiSET may receive a $465 during one semester.
Students who obtain a College Ready score of 165-200 on the GED or College and Career Ready score of 64-100 on the HiSET qualify for $930 during on semester.
There are no applications for these scholarships.
|GED Score||HiSET Score||Scholarship Amount|
|145-164||45 – 63||$465 during one semester|
|College Ready 165 – 200||64 – 100 College & Career Ready*||$930 during one semester|
*Minimum of 15 on four subtests and 4 on Language Arts Writing Test
Students who earn a HSE score of 577 to 800 (2002 series); 170 to 200 (2014 series) – may receive a half-time scholarship for one semester covering a maximum of six semester hours. Covers tuition only.
Students who earn a HSE score of 450 to 576 (2002 series); 145 to 169 (2014 series) – may receive a scholarship for one free class for one semester covering a maximum of three semester hours. Covers tuition only.
|2002 Series HSE Score||2014 Series HSE Score||Award|
|577-800||170-200||Half-time Scholarship (up to 6 credit hours)|
|450-576||145-169||One free class for one semester (up to 3 credit hours)|
In order to qualify for these awards, students must have taken the HSE test within the past three years and first-time college attendance of the student.