Full Tuition Scholarship Package

Full Tuition Scholarship Package


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Got a 3.0 or greater high school GPA? Your tuition is covered at SMC.

Since 1911, we’ve been committed to providing an affordable, high quality education to hard-working students. As college costs rise, SMC remains committed to that goal.

Combining SMC grants, the South Carolina LIFE Scholarship and South Carolina Tuition Grants, Spartanburg Methodist College will cover the total cost of your tuition.

MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS TO QUALIFY:


Your Cost to Attend SMC

ALL SMC students who meet the above criteria will receive the Full Tuition Scholarship automatically, regardless of family income level.

It’s important to understand: the Full Tuition Scholarship does not cover room and board – there are still costs associated with attending SMC.

  • If you plan to live on campus, you will pay room/board and fees.
  • If you plan to live off campus, you will pay fees.

SMC’s Full Tuition Scholarship covers the total cost of your tuition ($15,750). The remaining costs must be paid for by you or your family.

The majority of SMC students use additional federal and state loans/grants or personal loans to cover the remaining costs to attend. You or your family’s annual income (based on providing tax returns when you apply for financial aid) determines how much “free money” (federal or state aid that doesn’t have to be paid back) you may qualify for. You may also take out loans to pay a portion of your SMC costs. That money will have to be paid back, typically beginning about six months after you graduate. You or your family may also directly pay all or a portion of your costs. SMC also offers payment plans to help you spread the cost over several months.

To help you visualize how financial aid sources can help you cover the total cost of attending SMC, we have provided sample financial aid worksheets based on sample income levels. Click the income level below that most closely matches yours or your family’s to see what you’re likely to pay up front and what you’ll likely owe after graduation.