Honors-in-Discipline Program Scholarship
Some scholarship support is available to both in-state and out-of-state participants. After students are accepted in a program, they can be recommended for scholarships by their program coordinators, but all scholarship offers come from the Director of Honors-in-Discipline Programs.
In order to meet minimal qualifications for an in-state or out-of-state Honors-in-Discipline scholarship, an incoming freshman ETSU student must have an ACT score of 25 or higher and a high school GPA of 3.5 or higher. Current students and transfers need only meet program admission standards.
Students receiving Honors-in-Discipline scholarships, whether in-state or out-of state, must enroll in at least 15 credit hours per semester. An exception is one capstone semester when scholarship recipients may register for only 12 hours.
Honors-in-Discipline scholarships are independent of other scholarships
at ETSU, but students may not hold two tuition scholarships simultaneously
(i.e., H-i-D and Academic Performance scholarships). It is intended that
once Honors-in-Discipline students are awarded in-state or out-of-state H-i-D
scholarships, they will retain the scholarships for the duration of their
studies in that Honors program as long as they meet the retention
requirements. However, in-state students are limited to eight (8) semesters
of support from Honors-in-Discipline scholarships, Academic Performance
scholarships, or any combination of the two. In addition, those students
not taking courses required by their programs will see their scholarships