Every Sewanee applicant is considered for academic scholarships simply by submitting the Common Application and all required admission documents on their Applicant Status Page. All scholarships are renewable with satisfactory academic progress

  • Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship: Full tuition, fees, room and board annually (1 awarded annually)
  • Benedict Scholarship: Full tuition, fees, room and board annually (3 awarded annually)
  • Wilkins Scholarship: $26,000 annually
  • EQB Award: Scholarships ranging from $5,000-$25,000 annually
  • Georgia4 Scholarship: $4,000 annually–awarded to all applicants admitted from Georgia
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Other academic scholarships available

Fellowship in the Arts

Students with exceptional promise in performing or studio arts can apply for Fellowship in the Arts. They are awarded to candidates with interests and accomplishments in visual studies, art history, film, dance, theatre, or music. Students selected for these fellowships will have the opportunity to dive more deeply into the life of the arts at Sewanee. Incoming students are invited to apply after they are admitted to Sewanee. These stackable fellowships, valued at $2,000, are renewable for four years. For more information, please email your admission counselor. 

RaiseMe Microscholarships

Sewanee has partnered with RaiseMe to provide students a way to become more involved in their college application process. By creating a free RaiseMe account, students can begin earning microscholarship awards for working through Sewanee's application objectives. If admitted, RaiseMe students' microscholarship amounts will be included in their financial aid package.

Klein Family Scholarship

The Klein Family Scholarship was established in 2007 with gifts by and in memory of the late Ms. Linda Klein, who was of Hungarian descent, for deserving students from Hungary. This scholarship is awarded to one Hungarian high school students each year and covers the direct costs of tuition, room, board, and fees. The scholarship is renewable for the full four years of study. A recipient should, however, budget approximately $5,000 of their own funds annually for books, health insurance, personal expenses, some taxes, etc. For questions about this scholarship, please contact Tim Neil.