For more than 120 years, Keuka College has been committed to providing an affordable, top-quality education to people from all walks of life and every corner of the world.
We know that every student who comes to Keuka is unique, and we offer a variety of scholarships and grants based on academic performance, community involvement, and financial need.
In fact, we proudly assist more than 98% of our students with the cost of their college education.
The information on this page provides a brief overview of many of those programs. The best way to tell exactly what your financial aid package will consist of is to apply for admission and submit your FAFSA. Then, we will create a personalized financial aid package based on your unique accomplishments and need.
Academic scholarships (sometimes called “merit awards” at other schools) are based on your academic performance — grades and test scores. These awards are just one of the many various types of scholarships that Keuka College makes available. That means you might be eligible for other scholarships and grants as well (and remember: you never have to pay back a scholarship or grant).
Provided you maintain satisfactory academic performance, these scholarships are awarded each year, for up to four years, while you are at Keuka.
The George H. Ball Community Achievement Award, named for the College’s first president and founder and funded in part by the Ball Foundation, is for those students who have made a significant impact on their community through volunteer service.
This $17,000 award is given to five incoming freshmen each academic year, September through January. The award is renewed for those students annually, provided they maintain satisfactory academic performance.
This award requires a separate application. Click here to learn more about the George H. Ball Community Achievement Award.
|Keuka 911 Service Scholarship||For recipients of the New York State World Trade Center Memorial Scholarship. Covers tuition, room and board not covered by that scholarship.||Varies|
|American Baptist Scholarship||Students must be a member of the American Baptist Church and must submit a letter of recommendation from their pastor.||$6,000|
|Keuka Urban League of Rochester Scholarship||Five scholarships available to high school seniors who are enrolled in the Black Scholars/Early Recognition Program.||$1,000|
|Today’s Students – Tomorrow’s Teachers (TSTT)||Ten scholarships available to high school seniors who are TSTT participants who enroll in our teacher education programs.||1/2 Tuition|
Legacy awards are for those students who will continue a family tradition by attending Keuka College.
A variety of need-based financial aid is available from Keuka College, the state, and the federal government. You do not need to pay back grants from any of these sources.
|Grant Program||Details||Annual Amount|
|Keuka Grant||For students who demonstrate financial need beyond federal and state assistance.||Varies|
|Federal Pell Grant||Available almost exclusively to undergraduates||Up to $5,645|
|Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)||For undergraduates with exceptional financial need; Federal Pell Grant recipients take priority.||Up to $4,000|
|New York State Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)||Based on New York state taxable income for New York residents attending college full time in New York.||Up to $5,000|
The following Web sites provide information about external grants and scholarships that may be available to you.