The Fleer Center offers several scholarships each semester for continuing Fleer students. Deadlines for all Fleer Center applications are June 1st for the Fall semester and December 15th for the Spring semester. New and step-out returning Fleer students work directly with the Dean on deadlines. All documents are submitted electronically.
This scholarship is available to students who merit financial support. Preference will be given to African American and minority students that are non-traditional age students. No previous Salem College coursework is required.
This scholarship honors Anne D. Pierce and Mary Bryan Pierce Smith, C’89 and is awarded to a female student. The applicant must represent Salem College sisterhood and be currently enrolled in two or more Salem College courses. In addition, the applicant must have completed at least four Salem College classes and have a 3.2 GPA in coursework completed at Salem College.
This scholarship pays toward tuition at Salem College and must be used within a twelve-month period. Applicants must represent Salem College sisterhood and be currently enrolled in two or more Salem College courses. In addition, applicants must have completed at least six Salem classes and have a 3.5 GPA in coursework completed at Salem.
Pat Etheridge Scholarship is a full tuition scholarship awarded to one full time Fleer student taking up to 24 semester hour who has declared their major of either Religion, Philosophy, History, or English with the preference being Religion. The scholarship is awarded to the same student each year until graduation, as long as their student status stays within the scholarship parameters.
This scholarship was created by adult education student Patricia McAleer and is available to students who merit financial support based on the applications and previous educational endeavors. Preference will be given to single mothers over the age of 25. No previous Salem College coursework is required.
This scholarship was created by Robert E. Elberson, a member of the Salem Academy and College Board of Trustees. It will be awarded to need- and/or merit-based Salem College female students enrolled in the Fleer Center for Adult Education.
This scholarship was established by Robert Elberson, a member of the Salem Academy and College Board of Trustees, in honor of his friend Shirley D. Shouse, an adult student in the class of 2001. Preference will be given to students majoring in religion. Applicants must have taken at least one class at Salem College.
This scholarship was created by the Women’s Club and is awarded to a female Fleer student. The recipient of this scholarship is awarded funding each semester until the undergraduate degree is completed. The student can attend full-time or part-time. The scholarship is awarded to the same student each year until graduation, as long as the student status stays within the scholarship parameters.
In addition to Salem College scholarships, you may want to review our list of outside scholarships and general financial aid information. This list covers a wide range of scholarships and loans available to students in every major and is available through the financial aid outside scholarship webpage.