Carthage awards up to 10 Tarble Scholarships to admitted students from California. Available to incoming freshmen or transfer students, the Tarble Scholarship recipients will receive up to $22,000 per year in Carthage assistance.
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Carthage has established the Tarble Family Scholarship Program for California students who exhibit a spirit of adventure. The Tarble Scholarships honor the contributions and leadership of the Tarble family throughout California, and offer horizon-expanding opportunities for travel and learning. These scholarships are renewable annually based on recipients maintaining a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 2.5, and may incorporate all Carthage assistance.
Carthage awards up to 10 Tarble Scholarships to admitted students from California. The Office of Admissions will screen applications and identify candidates most suitable for the Tarble Family California Scholarship.
How to Apply
Candidates interested in the Tarble Family California Scholarship must complete the following no later than December 3:
- Submit an application for admission to Carthage and supporting materials (high school transcripts).
- Submit the Tarble Family California Scholarship Application (available October 2021).
- Submit required essay (500-word maximum): People embrace adventure in their lives in a variety of different ways. Please give us your definition of “spirit of adventure.” How have you experienced adventure, and how might you experience it in the next four years at Carthage? (this is part of the online scholarship application).
- Submit a list of all high school and community organizations and activities (including work) in which you have participated (this is part of the online scholarship application).
The Tarble Family California Scholarship may incorporate all Carthage assistance. Scholarships and grants may be combined with federal and state grants, not to exceed full tuition.