Elizabeth "Betty" Peace Stall '53, a former Hollins trustee from Greenville, South Carolina, believes in scholarships and in giving back to her college. For the second time she has put her money where her convictions are and established a scholarship for students wishing to attend Hollins. Read more >>
- Rebecca Hobbs '12, Business and Psychology Major, Susan Reeve Class of 1975 Scholarship
Hollins is committed to making a top quality education affordable for undergraduate students, including women of all ages returning to college, and men and women who seek to expand their education through our graduate programs.
Endowed financial aid plays a critical role in recruiting and retaining college students and is essential to Hollins' future. Nationally, two-thirds of students who score a minimum of 1200 on the SAT come from families whose annual income is less than $100,000. In addition, the most able students, regardless of family income, expect merit scholarships in recognition of their accomplishments and abilities.
Hollins grants approximately $10 million annually in various forms of student financial assistance. As with most colleges, this support comes primarily from two sources:
In addition to endowed scholarships and graduate fellowships, donors to the campaign also supported financial aid through their gifts to the Hollins Fund and to a special Emergency Tuition Fund established in the fall of 2008 in response to unprecedented financial need from students whose family circumstances took a turn with the nation's economy.
|Scholarships and fellowships||$16.2 million|
|Current use scholarships||$3.1 million|
|Emergency Tuition Fund||$420,000|