Hardin Simmons Undergraduate 2022 Scholarships
The public is hereby informed that Hardin Simmons is calling out undergraduate international students for its 2022 scholarship program.
International and domestic students are welcome to apply for the Hardin-Simmons Undergraduate Scholarships, including a full tuition fee and partial funding support. Students interested in studying in the USA should apply for the international scholarship at the Hardin-Simmons University. Currently, enrolled students and prospective students can attend college at an affordable fee.
About Hardin Simmons University
Hardin–Simmons University was founded as Abilene Baptist College in 1891 by the Sweetwater Baptist Association and a group of cattlemen and pastors who sought to bring Christian higher education to the Southwest. The purpose of the school would be “to lead students to Christ, teach them of Christ, and train them for Christ.” The original land was donated to the university by rancher C.W. Merchant. It was the first school of higher education established in Texas west of Fort Worth. The school was renamed Simmons College in 1892 in honor of an early contributor, James B. Simmons. By 1907 it claimed an enrollment of 524 and a staff of 49. In 1925, it became Simmons University. It was renamed Hardin–Simmons University in 1934 in honor of Mary and John G. Hardin, who were also major contributors. The university has been associated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas since 1941.
The university publicly experienced financial challenges in the late 2010s continuing into 2020 as the state and the Baptist General Convention of Texas reduced the funding levels of programs in which the university participates. In 2018, the university ended 9 undergraduate and 4 graduate programs and closed 5 campus extensions (Logsdon Seminary campuses in Coppell, Lubbock, Corpus Christi and McAllen; Acton MBA Program in Austin). These changes also included terminations of staff and faculty. Two years later, in 2020, the university announced that it would close Logsdon Seminary and end an additional 22 academic programs with accompanying terminations of staff and faculty.
The university was granted an exception to Title IX in 2016 which allows it to legally discriminate against LGBT students for religious reasons.
HSU offers six undergraduate degrees with 70 majors, and seven graduate degrees with 18 programs. Pre-professional programs include dentistry, engineering, medicine, law, pharmacology, physical therapy, and seminary. HSU offers courses in geography, Greek, Hebrew, humanities, and physical sciences, as well. The university offers a doctorate in physical therapy, the first in Texas which is open to private citizens, as well as Doctor of Education (Ed.D.).
HSU students come from diverse backgrounds and a variety of Christian denominations. With an approximate enrollment of 2,500 students, the student-to-teacher ratio was 33:1.
- Both male and female students can apply for this scholarship
- Students must have a CGPA of 3.50 or higher.
- The scholarship program is open to both national and international students.
- Students must secure admission at the Hardin Simmons University.
- Students from all over the world can apply.
How to Apply For Hardin Simmons Scholarship
- Students must get admission to study at HSU first.
- The application process is very simple; students can fill out the application online.
Click on this link to apply
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Benefits of Hardin Simmons Scholarship
- Partial scholarships ranging from $10,000 to $21,000 are also available.
- Hardin Simmons University offers 100% scholarships.
- Open for all the undergraduate students
- Overall tuition fee is covered under this scholarship.
- Opportunity to seek knowledge in a diverse environment.
Important Details About Hardin Simmons 2022 Scholarship
- Accounting Degree
- Art Education Degree
- Art Program
- Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Degree
- Biology Program
- Business Administration Degree
- Chemistry Degree
- Christian Studies Degree
- Computer Science Degree
- Criminal Justice Degree
- Economics Degree
- Elementary Education Degree
- English Education Degree
- Environmental Science
- Finance Degree
- General Studies
- Geological Sciences
- History Degree
- History Education Degree
- Music, Composition Concentration
- Human Services Administration Degree
- Human-Computer Interaction Degree
- Information Systems Degree
- Management Degree
- Marketing Degree
- Mathematics Degree
- Mathematics Education Degree
- Music, Worship Leadership Concentration
- Physics Minor
- Political Science Minor
- Psychology Degree
- Social Studies Education Degree
- Social Work & Psychology Degree
- Social Work Degree
- Music & Music Business Degrees
- Music Education
- Theatre Education Degree
- Theatre Program
- Wealth Management Minor
- Country: USA
- Financial coverage: Partially Funded
Other Scholarship Awards
|Heritage Scholarship||Heritage Scholarship is awarded in two different ways:
Not applicable for students with a scholarship from the Honors Program or students taking courses at Patty Hanks Shelton School of Nursing.
|National Merit – Commended||Awarded to 2022 graduates named National Merit Commended or National Hispanic Recognition entering HSU as a new, first-time freshman. Students must provide their National Merit Certificate to be awarded this one-year scholarship.
Not applicable for students with a scholarship from the Honors Program.
|Valedictorian/Salutatorian Scholarship||Awarded to 2022 high school graduates who rank #1 or #2 in their class. Students must submit an official transcript indicating class rank to be awarded this one-year scholarship.
Not applicable for students with a scholarship from the Honors Program.
|Fine Arts Scholarship||Fine Arts Scholarships are awarded based upon criteria concerning a student’s extracurricular program involvement or studies in one of the following areas at Hardin-Simmons University: Art, Band, Music, and/or Theatre.
Fine Arts Scholarships applicable to students paying block tuition only.
|Ministerial Financial Assistance||Application required through the Logsdon School of Theology. Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress required for renewal. Click Here for the current TEC Guidelines. See Logsdon School of Theology page for application and requirements.|
|Church Match Scholarship||HSU will match designated Christian church gifts $1 for $1 up to $2,000/year, per student. Students must complete and submit the Church Match Scholarship Form annually to receive the match.|
|Simmons Exchange Grant||The Simmons Exchange Grant is funded by various sources. The Lord has blessed HSU with donations from many alumni, parents, friends and foundations who generously give to HSU each year. These gifts plus grant programs make up what we call the Simmons Exchange Grant, which lowers the tuition cost of an HSU education. Students awarded additional endowed scholarships and/or other grants will see their Simmons Exchange Grant decrease as it is replaced with specific grants or the names of generous donors who gave sacrificially to help lower your tuition cost.
Applicable to students paying block tuition only. Renewable for a maximum of four years of undergraduate study.