Updated April 15, 2017
The February 1 deadline for scholarship consideration for incoming freshmen
has been extended to July 3, 2017! Students must be admitted by
with up-to-date high school transcripts and ACT and/or SAT test scores for scholarship
consideration. Admitted freshmen can also submit updated transcripts or test scores
July 3 to be reevaluated for scholarship eligibility!
Scholarships are funds awarded based on a variety of criteria such as academic merit,
financial need, leadership, and service. Scholarships are funds which usually
do not need repaid.
Scholarships fall into five different categories:
Category 2: Departmental or college scholarships students may be eligible to apply for and/or receive based on their program of study.
Category 3: External or private scholarships students may seek from private entities outside of the university.
Category 4: Study abroad scholarships to be utilized on a study abroad trip.
Category 5: Nontraditional student Osher Reentry Scholarship (awarded to nontraditional students who are beginning or resuming their first undergraduate degree.)