Phi Theta Kappa is a national honor society for students at junior or community colleges. A limited number of scholarships at Monmouth University are available for students who are members of the society at the time they enroll at Monmouth. The Office of Undergraduate Admission will identify and select the recipients; there is no separate application process for the scholarship. Awards are valued at $2,500 per year. The scholarship in combination with all other grants, scholarships, and need-based loans will not exceed direct cost (e.g., tuition, fees, and room/board for resident students). Awards are renewable provided the student maintains full time status and a cumulative grade point average at Monmouth University of at least 3.0.
Important information about the Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship:
- The scholarship can be applied only toward tuition assessed by Monmouth University and cannot be applied toward housing costs.
- Students participating in the tuition remission or tuition exchange programs are not eligible for an award.
- Scholarships are NOT available during the summer.
- Students must be full-time (i.e., 12 or more credits) for each semester of the award.
- Scholarships can be applied toward study abroad charges ONLY when tuition is assessed by Monmouth University.
- Students studying at the Washington Center are eligible for an award.
- Students in the off-campus, clinical semester(s) of the Clinical Laboratory Sciences and Medical Technology programs are eligible for a prorated award.
- During the semester of student teaching, students enrolled in less than 12 credits are eligible for a prorated award.