St Andrew’s College offers a range of academic scholarships to boys in Grade 8 who are academically strong but also are talented all-rounders. These include the prestigious Boxer Scholarship, the Rev William Philip Scholarship, the Blackburn Scholarship, the Duthie Memorial Scholarship and the Cyril Houghton Scholarship.
ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE 2024 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
We aredelightedto announce the followingScholarships and Exhibitions for our Grade 8 intake in 2024.
Altogether we had ninety-six talented boys who wrote the scholarship examinations and we are delighted that we have been able to award sixteen Scholarships and three Exhibitions. The Exhibitions are a new award this year. Congratulations to those boys who have been given awards and their families and current schools too.
We are particularly delighted that the geographical footprint of these awards is broad and that several schools are represented on the list for the first time. The diversity of backgrounds on our list is increased and there is still a strong emphasis on awards to boys from the Eastern Cape. We wish to grow the reputation of St Andrew’s College as a school of excellence which can attract talented and ambitious boys from all across the Southern African region.
There were many other talented boys on ourinitialapplication list, but wecould notexceed the number of awards made. We sincerely hope that all those boys will have enjoyed the process and that they will still be able to attend St Andrew’s College next year.
St Andrew’s College Headmaster
2023 Scholarship Winners:
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The Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University
When Cecil John Rhodes founded his worldwide Scholarship scheme in 1902, he selected four South African schools as part of that scheme. The schools are St Andrew’s College in Grahamstown, Bishops and SACS in Cape Town and Paul Roos in Stellenbosch.
The Rhodes Scholarship generously funds study at Oxford University for two or three years. One has to be a very strong academic to be selected as a Rhodes Scholar, but the scholarship also has three other sets of criteria:
- leadership and character
- community involvement
- sporting achievement
Any boy or girl who has studied at St Andrew’s College or DSG is eligible to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship after completing an undergraduate university degree.
St Andrew’s College and the Diocesan School for Girls are immensely privileged to be able to award a dedicated Rhodes Scholarship annually. We are two of just a handful of schools in South Africa (and the world) to have this honour and we need to cherish it. We are keen to attract high-quality applicants in significant numbers for this prestigious scholarship. We are also aware that many potential Rhodes Scholars self-exclude themselves for one reason for another.
The Rhodes Scholarship is special in that it is more than an academic award. High academic achievement is an essential feature (firsts and upper seconds in your degree), but selection committees consider this alongside an applicant’s leadership roles, social conscience, willingness to ‘fight the world’s fights’ and physical energy.
ST ANDREW’S COLLEGE RHODES SCHOLAR-ELECT FOR 2023: MARY RUTH GOUWS
Mr Aidan Smith, the 2022 Chair of the St Andrew’s College Rhodes Scholarship Committee, and Mr Jannie de Villiers, Head of The Diocesan School for Girls (DSG) are delighted to announce that St Andrew’s College Rhodes Scholar-elect for 2023 is Dr Mary Gouws.
Mary achieved a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) with First Class Honours in July 2021 at the University of Cape Town, having appeared on the Faculty of Health Sciences Dean’s List in every year of her degree. In her final year alone, she achieved eight different prestigious awards, including the Barnard Fuller Prize for the best student qualifying for MBChB with first class honours, the Dean’s Prize for the top final year MBChB student in 2020, and the MBChB Programme Medal for the overall top performance throughout the MBChB programme. She is currently completing her Community Service at Uitenhage Provincial Hospital in the Eastern Cape. Mary intends to read for two Masters degrees at Oxford University, the first an MSc in Translational Health Sciences and then an MSc in Global Health Science and Epidemiology.
Mary was the Dux Scholar at DSG in 2014, achieving eight subject distinctions and being placed in the IEB top 1% nationally in Mathematics, Afrikaans (FAL), Geography, Physical Sciences and Life Sciences. She played for the First Basketball Team and played the violin in the combined schools’ Orchestra and the String Ensemble. While in Cape Town, she was instrumental in the founding of the UCT Faculty of Health Sciences Orchestra.
Mary fulfilled a number of key student leadership roles during her time at UCT, culminating in her election as President of the University of Cape Town Internal Medicine Society in 2020, which resulted in her being awarded the University of Cape Town Plus Gold Award for an Elected Leadership Role. She is at heart a courageous and empathic young woman who believes in the power of doing good and takes action to make a difference in the lives of others. She was a weekly volunteer for the Students Health and Welfare Centres Organisation (SHAWCO) at the Simthandile Clinic in Khayelitsha from 2016 to 2020, serving on the organisation’s committee for two years. In that time, she organised clothing drives, created a dedicated Outreach portfolio for the Internal Medicine Society, recruited volunteers for Covid-19 call centres, and helped develop a method for following up on patients with thyroid disease remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic. Moreover, she describes herself as a ground-up person who believes that even the smallest acts can make a big difference in people’s lives.
Her experience as an intern in the public sector in Gqeberha and Kariega during the COVID pandemic has amplified all the inequalities and flaws in the South African health system and society in general, and has been transformative for her. She wrote: ‘As a newly qualified 24-year old doctor, I had to sit down with a mother and explain to her that her baby had passed away from diarrhoea. It was then that I realised that sometimes all we can offer is the truth and comfort, and to simply ‘be’ with another human being.’
Mary is tenacious and resilient and she has a clear purpose. One of her greatest passions lies in education and equipping people with knowledge to help themselves. She plans to return to South Africa after her time at Oxford to address the barriers to implementing evidence-based practice wherever she works, from small clinics to large hospitals, and to be a driving force in incorporating technology and efficient resource use in South Africa.
Unassuming, compassionate, thoughtful, intelligent, humorous, and engaging – we have no doubt that Mary will flourish at Oxford, relish the academic challenge, and be profoundly enriched by the social and cultural expedition on which she is embarking. We look forward to welcoming her back to South Africa and to her contributing, in her inimitable way, to the advancement of the health care sector in South Africa, about which she has proved herself to be deeply passionate.
The Douglas Smith Scholarship to Cambridge University
Douglas Smith was appointed Cricket Professional at St Andrew’s College in 1904 and he continued coaching College cricketers until his death in 1949. A few years before his death he made arrangements for a bequest to fund a scholarship to Cambridge University along the same lines as the Rhodes Scholarship. This scholarship is only awarded approximately once every five years.
St Andrew’s College Boxer Scholars
2005 Jonathan Alan de Vrye
2006 Jonathan James Arnot
2007 William Hugh Alexander Cahill
2008 Christopher Daniel de Blocq van Scheltinga
2009 Jonathan Michael Gibbs
2010 Robert Charles Ball
2012 James Robert Lawson Wood
2013 Robert Patrick Quarmby
2014 Cameron Baillie Lovemore
2015 Andrew Gordon Coxwell
2016 Elliot Alexander Apps
2017 Miles Alexander Willan Jackson
2018 Michael Owen-Jones
2019 Sinjhun Cawse
2020 Alex Hutton
2021 Daniel Meihuizen
2022 Zac Gareth Fletcher
2023 Felix Oliver Willan Jackson
St Andrew’s College Rhodes Scholars
1903 Charles James Gardner
1904 Worthington Wynn Hoskin
1905 Waldermar Kjeldberg Flemmer
1906 Rupert Henry Williamson
1907 Stephanus Nicholas Cronje
1908 David Llewellyn Nicholas
1909 Lennox Ross Broster
1910 Harold Fehrsen Sampson
1911 William Frederick Skaife
1912 Ronald Fairbridge Currey
1913 Bevil Gordon D’Urban Rudd
1914 Guy William Holmes Nicholson
1914 Norman Eaton Macgregor
1915 John Seymour Denison Clarke
1916 Arnaud Ernest Mulder Jansen
1917 Arthur Peregrine Peperell Hutton
1918 Cyril Arnold Howell Green
1919 Felix John Oliver
1920 Leslie Andrew Rose-Innes
1921 Thomas Philippus Theron
1922 Gerald John Wevell
1923 Arthur Robert Mullins
1924 Edmund Maurice Brayshaw
1925 Humphrey Cuthbert Mullins
1926 John Vincent D’Alessio Rowley
1927 Thomas Witheridge Gubb
1928 George Frederick Bader
1929 Harland Rees
1930 John Vivian Oosthuizen
1931 Kingsley Ernest Driver
1932 Cave Donaldson Cruickshank
1933 Anthony Wreford Gubb
1934 Reginald Norman Mullins
1935 Charles James Laubscher
1936 Alec Tait-Knight
1937 Christopher Shand Gardner
1938 Colin Bennett
1939 Arthur William Little
1940 David Hannay Sampson
1941 Dermot Wyndam Lardner-Burke
1946 Peter Francis Daintree Wallis
1946 William Graham Boustred
1947 Donald Daniel Victor Kannemeyer
1948 Ian George Thomson
1949 Alexander David Ferguson
1950 Christopher John Lawson Griffith
1951 Paul Adrian Auchmuty Back
1952 David Pattullo Hodgson
1953 Michael St Leger Searle
1954 Robin Allan Plumbridge
1955 Murray John Kingston Biggs
1956 William Dieudonne Chalmers
1957 Ian Duncan-Brown
1958 David Lyndon van Coller
1960 Trevor Reveley Brown
1961 Stephen Walter Piers Meintjes
1963 Kennedy William Maxwell
1963 Peter Bertram Gradwell
1964 Robert John Anderson
1966 Lauchlan Glenn Black
1967 David Hugh Anderson
1968 Ronald Harold Forbes
1969 Thomas Dante Cloete
1970 Brian David Belchers
1971 David Stewart Walton
1972 Anthony Howard Brukman
1973 Charles Anthony Saner
1974 Andrew Duncan Judge
1975 Michael Anthony King
1978 John Helenius Maree
1979 Shaughan Hartley Cole
1981 Anthony William Still
1982 Timothy Andrew Nuttall
1983 Antony Charles Ball
1985 Philip Mark Clayton
1986 Andrew John Rolfe
1987 Andrew James McJannet
1989 Andrew John Essex la Trobe
1990 Christopher Francis Neale Todd
1992 Michael Carlo Faralla
1993 Anthony Kurt Bertram Norton
1994 David Paul Amm
1995 Mark Andrew Tindall
1996 Christopher Richard Kenyon
1997 Dougan Kelk McKellar
1998 Halvar Brereton Mathiesen
1999 Marisa Fassler
2000 Philipp Credé
2001 Kim Mathiesen
2002 Alison Mary Paterson
2003 No candidate
2004 Anthony Charles Knox
2005 Kathleen Lara Collett
2006 Philip Brian Southey
2007 Nicola Frances Palmer
2008 Andrew Craig
2009 Bronwyn Tarr
2010 Clive Eley
2011 David Brian Springer
2012 Elizabeth Nosizwe Vale
2013 No candidate
2014 Timothy James Abel
2015 No candidate
2016 William Hugh Alexander Cahill
2017 No candidate
2018 Aaron Graham
2019 Leila Strelitz (DSG)
2020 Emma Dreyer (DSG)
2021 Jemma Mary Houghton (DSG) Scholar Elect
2023 Mary Ruth Gouws (DSG) Scholar Elect
St Andrew’s College Douglas Smith Scholars
1952 Eugene Charles Neser
1954 Roderick Sanders Walford Dowling
1957 Michael Patrick Jennett
1958 Peter Malcolm Searle
1960 Norman Douglas Alexander Hardie
1962 Ronald Arthur Gray Sommerville
1964 Thomas Maxwell
1966 John Arnold Kuys Jarvis
1968 John Mervyn Wingfield
1970 Richard Hugh Morton
1972 Richard Dennis Hudson
1974 Paul Julian Harper
1976 Robert John Ashcroft
1979 Antony Roy Clark
1983 Andrew Fergus Knight
1989 Timothy Edward Carson
1992 Graham John Bird
1994 William Grahame Rush
2000 Mark Charles Bilbe
2006 Nicholas Peter Marshall
2009 Geoffrey Richmond Wilmot
2014 Thomas Fitzpatrick Niven
Scholarships - St Andrew's College? ›
Through a combination of the School's endowment and a small portion of operating revenue, SAC offers a generous Scholarship & Bursary program. Typically 26% of our student population are the beneficiaries of either a scholarship or bursary. Our budget for the 2022-2023 admission cycle is $3.1M.Does St Andrews college offer scholarships? ›
Through a combination of the School's endowment and a small portion of operating revenue, SAC offers a generous Scholarship & Bursary program. Typically 26% of our student population are the beneficiaries of either a scholarship or bursary. Our budget for the 2022-2023 admission cycle is $3.1M.Does St Andrews give merit scholarships? ›
St. Andrew's financial aid awards meet 100% of a family's demonstrated need, as determined by both the information on your application and its review by St. Andrew's Financial Aid Committee. We do not offer merit scholarships beyond demonstrated need.What is St Andrews Access scholarship? ›
The Access Scholarship scheme was established to provide financial assistance with the cost of studying at the University of St Andrews. Depending on your household income you could be eligible for a non-repayable guaranteed scholarship for the duration of your Undergraduate course.How do people get full scholarships to college? ›
Most students earn full ride scholarships because of their academic history, athletic prowess, leadership or merit. But other types of these scholarships can be offered by schools for different reasons, and they can be offered by the school, state or federal government or by private organizations.What is the most common college scholarship? ›
One of the most popular types of scholarships for college are need-based. These scholarships are accessible to applicants who have a demonstrated financial need, and a program might ask for proof, such as income documentation or FAFSA® information.
3.7 or above (based on a 4.0 grade point average GPA scale) - if the UK requirement is a First Class Honours degree.What is the average GPA at St Andrews? ›
Average GPA: 3.13
The average GPA at St. Andrews University (NC) is 3.13.
With a GPA of 3.69, New Saint Andrews College requires you to be above average in your high school class.Is it hard to get into St Andrews College? ›
The University of St. Andrews is one of those with the lowest, accepting only about 8.63% of all undergraduate applicants. Still, more than 45% of the school's students are from outside the UK.
How to apply for scholarships at St Andrews? ›
If you are a new applicant to the University of St Andrews, you need to apply for your chosen course(s) before accessing the scholarships and funding catalogue. After you have applied, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access the catalogue.How much does it cost to be a student at St Andrews? ›
The tuition fee for the BA International Honours programme for 2023/24 will be $46,095. The sterling (GBP) equivalent of this fee will be calculated using the exchange rate on 1 June 2023.What is the Queen scholarship? ›
The Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship is a $20,000 scholarship awarded annually based on academic excellence to graduate and post-graduate students studying Saskatchewan politics and government at an accredited Saskatchewan university.What ACT score is needed for full ride scholarships? ›
Shoot for at least a 28 on the ACT or above 1300 on the SAT. Some scholarships allow for flexibility, so check the particular scholarship, but these numbers generally give you the most options. Encourage your student to also pursue a high GPA or even 4.0, especially their senior year.What is the easiest way to get a full scholarship? ›
- Start preparing early. ...
- Perform well academically. ...
- Take challenging classes. ...
- Excel in extracurricular activities. ...
- Apply for admission at multiple schools. ...
- Develop relationships with teachers and counselors. ...
- Submit a stellar application. ...
- Private scholarships.
Full-ride scholarships are awarded to only about 0.1% of students (Wignall, 2021). Nearly just as rare are full-tuition scholarships, which are awarded to only 1.5% of students (ThinkImpact, 2021). A regular high school student may have the qualifications for as many as 50 to 100 scholarships (Dickler, 2021).What is the hardest type of scholarship to get? ›
- Rhodes Scholarship.
- Fullbright Scholarship.
- Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
- Princeton Scholarship.
- Mitchell Scholarship.
- Churchill Scholarship.
- Marshall Scholarship.
- Jardine Scholarship.
Chances Of Getting Scholarship
Black students are the most likely to win a scholarship at 11.4%. This is followed by Asian students at 10.5% and Hispanic students at 9.1%. What about income? Students from middle-income families receive 13.8% of scholarships compared with 10.6% of lower-income families.
The list, compiled using offer information from Rivals, lists Stanford as the hardest scholarship offer to get, as David Shaw and his staff offered just 69 prospects. The top five is rounded out by Washington (80), Oklahoma State (91), Northwestern (102) and Miami (117).Is St Andrews easy to get into? ›
All courses at St Andrews are competitive, with the overall acceptance rate of the university being just 8.5%. Some courses are, however, more competitive than others. Some of the most competitive courses include Psychology, which has an acceptance rate of 5.6%, and Computer Science, with an acceptance rate of 6.2%.
How prestigious is St Andrews? ›
The University of St Andrews is the most highly renowned and the oldest university in Scotland. Along with The University of Edinburgh, St Andrews is considered to be the best university in Scotland and one of the most prestigious in the United Kingdom, on the same level as Oxford or Cambridge.Is St Andrews a prestigious school? ›
About University of St Andrews. Founded in 1413, the University of St Andrews is Scotland's oldest and highest-ranking university. Ranked 92nd in the world, it's particularly competitive in the... Founded in 1413, the University of St Andrews is Scotland's oldest and highest-ranking university.Is Saint Andrews Ivy League? ›
These universities are often considered among the most prestigious and selective institutions of higher learning in the world. While St. Andrews is not a member of the Ivy League, it is still regarded as a highly respected university with a strong academic reputation.What GPA do most students get? ›
The average high school GPA in the US is 3.0, which also accounts for roughly 35% of students who don't end up applying for college. However, for college applicants, the average GPA is more likely between 3.5 and 4.0.How many Americans are at St Andrews? ›
American accents mingle with Scots and posh English in the narrow streets of medieval St Andrews, a hotspot for US students, with 1,160 undergraduates and postgraduates. That's more than one-seventh of the university's entire student population.Is St Andrews ranked higher than Oxford? ›
The University of St Andrews is the top university in the UK, moving ahead of Oxford and Cambridge, in the Guardian University Guide 2023 published today (Saturday 24 September).What percentage of St Andrews students went to private school? ›
Over one in three students you'll encounter in Durham went to private school (38.4 per cent). In second and third places respectively were the University of St Andrews (36.9 per cent) and Royal Agricultural University (36.6 per cent).How did Kate Middleton get into St Andrews? ›
Kate Middleton had already been accepted to her dream college, Edinburgh, when she suddenly decided to take a gap year and apply to St. Andrews, where Prince William was going to study. Kate wasn't guaranteed a spot at the college, making it a risky choice.What is the hardest course at St Andrews? ›
The Jubilee Course is considered by most locals to be the most difficult course at St Andrews. It is the closest course to West Sands Beach and is therefore the most exposed to the elements. The course has gorse lined, narrow, fairways and tough sloping greens.Why is St Andrews course so hard? ›
What makes St Andrews so hard? Well, the course features a number of tricky holes, including one of the most notorious in all of professional golf. Those turbulent spots on the course make it all the more important to capitalize on some of the easier holes sprinkled throughout.
Is St Andrews the hardest course? ›
How tough is St Andrews Old Course with compared other courses in the area? Compared with 30 of the best tracks in the area, St Andrews Old Course overall is of average difficulty for men, but one of the hardest for ladies.What is St Andrews acceptance rate? ›
Andrews University admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 61%.Does St Andrews have financial aid? ›
We award grants based on financial need. These grants include the Federal Pell Grant and SEOG. While both grants are based on the results of the FAFSA, Pell is set by every year by Congress and SEOG is limited funding by the Department of Education.How do you get a Duke scholarship? ›
All students are automatically considered for merit scholarships when they apply to Duke. There's no separate application for merit scholarships generally. The two exceptions are the Robertson Scholarship and Nakayama Scholarship.What is the salary of St Andrews College? ›
St. Andrew's College Salaries.
|Teacher salaries - 2 salaries reported||$63,300/yr|
|Security Guard salaries - 1 salaries reported||$39,588/yr|
Peak rates for 2022 (April 18 to Oct. 16) are £270 — roughly $320 — but they drop substantially during the shoulder season (Oct. 17-31) to £190 and even less during the low season (Nov. 1 to March 31) to £135.Do St Andrews students get free golf? ›
The famous Old Course is just a pitch shot away from university buildings and there are six more St Andrews Links Trust courses in, and just outside, the town. In answer to the question, do St Andrews students get free golf? The answer is no.What is the Oprah Winfrey scholarship? ›
The Oprah Winfrey Leaders Scholarship (OWLS) program supports academically gifted students who demonstrate leadership in their communities. The scholarship awards students with educational support to become future leaders.Who gets the Purple and Gold scholarship? ›
The Purple & Gold Scholarship is awarded to U.S. students (U.S. citizens, permanent residents, refugees and undocumented residents) who are not residents of Washington state. Amounts vary by recipient, are given for four years and may be used only for the Seattle campus.What is the Dream scholarship? ›
TheDream.US National Scholarship Program is for undocumented students who are eligible for in-state tuition at one of our National Partner Colleges. This scholarship is for up to $16,500 for an associate's or up to $33,000 for a bachelor's degree at one of our National Partner Colleges.
What GPA will get me a full ride? ›
A 4.0 Grade Point Average is not only a high GPA, it's an impressive GPA that's sure to catch the eyes of many scholarship providers. Since the minimum GPA for a full-ride scholarship is usually set at 3.5, a 4.0 is sure to always be above and beyond what's required.Is there a scholarship that covers everything? ›
A full-ride scholarship is a financial award that can be awarded based on academic performance, athletics, or other factors, and is designed to cover the entirety of your college degree.Is getting a full ride scholarship hard? ›
Unfortunately, the reality is that many students who more than meet all of the requirements for a full scholarship will not get it. In fact, only 0.1% of students get a full-ride per year.How do you find scholarships that almost nobody knows about? ›
Talk to your high school counselor. Use the Department of Labor's scholarship search tool to sort more than 8,000 opportunities for student aid. Inquire at the financial aid office at your college of choice. See if your employer or your parents' employers offer assistance.What happens if you get a scholarship and don t go to college? ›
Many times if the student has not enrolled in classes during those 12 months, it expires. In almost all cases, scholarships are put directly towards your college's tuition and expenses, rather than a check sent to you. If you choose not to go to school, it will not be put in a savings account for later use.Can I get a scholarship with a low GPA? ›
There are also numerous scholarships that have no minimum grade point average requirements and are open to all students. Furthermore, there are 2.0 GPA scholarships that are open to any undergraduate, graduate student, or even high school students who wants to apply so they can attend their accredited college.How much money is an average scholarship? ›
The average scholarship award was $6,041 in 2022 — a 22 percent decrease from last year. During the 2021-22 academic year, 60 percent of American families used scholarships to pay for college.What percentage of college is paid for by parents? ›
During the 2021/2022 school year, the average parent covered about 43% of their student's college costs using income and savings. Parents covered an additional 8% of that cost by taking out loans, according to the Sallie Mae study. The average total parent contribution came out to $13,000 per year.What are the three types of money you should use when paying for college? ›
Grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships help make college or career school affordable.How do you get a scholarship at Andrews University? ›
Andrews Partnership Scholarship.
|3.50 and higher||$9,000|
|3.67 - 3.89||$7,000|
|3.50 - 3.66||$5,000|
|2.50 (and below) - 3.49||$3,000|
Which college sports get full scholarships? ›
However, for head count sports like football, basketball, women's volleyball, tennis and gymnastics, scholarships for college students are always full rides. Most schools with sports programs offer more partial scholarships for high school seniors than full ride athletic scholarships.Is it hard to get into St Andrews? ›
Although entry to St Andrews is competitive, we recognise a range of different qualifications and consider all aspects of your application, including context, your personal statement and references.What is St Andrews University known for? ›
Founded in 1413, the University of St Andrews is Scotland's oldest and highest-ranking university. Ranked 92nd in the world, it's particularly competitive in the following subjects: Theology, divinity and religious studies (18th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject) Philosophy (19th)What is Royal scholarship? ›
ROYAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM is a major initiative to enhance the practical knowledge and training of the psychology students to work professionally in the field of psychology.What is the University of St Andrews ranked? ›
University of St Andrews is ranked #352 in Best Global Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.Does University of St Andrews give financial aid? ›
Financial assistance for undergraduate students. The University of St Andrews offers many scholarships and bursaries each year. There are also resources available to undergraduates seeking funding, including options outside the University.What's the hardest sport to get a scholarship in? ›
- Football. This is the most popular sport in the country, and the most difficult to get recruited for. ...
- Baseball/Softball. America's pastime shares much the same fate as football, but both genders can participate in this one. ...
- Men's Wrestling. ...
- Track and Field. ...
- Fencing. ...
- Women's Crew.
Track and field scholarships are considered to be one of the most accessible and easy to obtain. That is largely due to limited competition. Many athletes are involved in track and field disciplines.What school gives the most athletic scholarships? ›
|Baylor||NCAA I||$ 42,986|
|Northeastern||NCAA I||$ 32,256|
|Southern California||NCAA I||$ 32,872|
|Maryland||NCAA I||$ 32,059|