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MCAA Terms and Conditions

Morehouse College Academic Awards (MCAA) requirements, terms, and conditions

  • All award recipients must remain in compliance with the Student Code of Conduct.
  • All award recipients must maintain a 2.75 GPA the first academic year and a 3.0 GPA each academic year thereafter as a sophomore, junior, or senior.
  • All award recipients must complete a minimum of 30 non-repeated credit hours per academic year. Credits earned during a summer term can satisfy MCAA requirements but are not covered by institutional scholarships.
  • All award recipients must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Morehouse’s priority deadline each year.
  • MCAA funds will be awarded based on continuous enrollment as a full-time student at Morehouse College. MCAA ineligibility due to breaks in enrollment will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  • You may be required to provide additional documents, acknowledgements, or information to receive this award.
  • This institutional award solely reduces the amount owed to the college (including tuition, housing, meals, and fees) for each of eight semesters— after all federal and state grants and other scholarships have been applied.
    • It is applicable only to reduce campus-related costs, is nonrefundable, and cannot be used to generate a payment to the student or generate a credit to be used for future semesters.
    • It also cannot be used to fund off-campus housing, study abroad expenses, or Dual Degree program courses taken at other institutions.
    • You may only use this award for charges associated with the fall and spring semesters of the academic year, and it may be adjusted based on federal guidelines, institutional methodology, or eligibility requirements.
    • A portion, or all, of this award may be supplemented in the same amount by a named scholarship or other donor-provided fund during routine financial aid processing.
    • This Morehouse College Academic Award is conditioned upon verification of the accuracy of the admissions-related documents you submit and a review of your official final transcript.