Arizona State University

ASU awards scholarships to incoming freshmen with outstanding academic ability upon admission to ASU in the fall semester. This scholarship estimator can help determine the amount of scholarship money that you may be eligible to receive. The actual scholarship award will be based upon your official academic credentials after your admission to ASU.
  • Open to Arizona residents, admitted to ASU in the fall who are degree-seeking, full-time freshmen (pursuing first undergraduate degree). This includes Native American high school seniors who are not residing in Arizona who meet the Arizona residency criteria for tuition purposes at ASU.
  • You must enroll at ASU at the beginning of the fall semester immediately after Arizona high school graduation. If you do not enroll at ASU for the fall, you will forfeit eligibility for any future participation in this program.
  • You must be eligible to receive the Federal Pell Grant.
  • ASU Online degree programs are not eligible. If you change your major to an ASU Online major, you will be removed from the ASU College Attainment Grant Program and adjustments will be made to your awards.
  • There is no additional application for this program. Students that submit their FAFSA and have a complete ASU admissions application on file (application, transcripts and application fee) by the dates below will be automatically considered.

Montana State University

Montana State University offers millions of dollars in merit scholarships and waivers to new students with excellent academic records and outstanding promise for student success. Our holistic review of scholarship candidates considers academic achievement, including test scores, GPA and class rank (if applicable). Leadership qualities, commitment to service, and promise of engagement in the life of Montana State University may also be considered for some awards.
  • MSU will be offering millions of dollars in merit scholarships and awards to new freshmen who enter MSU in 2019/2020. MSU freshman scholarships and awards are available to those seeking undergraduate bachelor degree programs only. See the links below for details.
  • Non-Resident Freshman Achievement, Distinction and WUE Awards Up to $60,000 ($15,000 per year renewable) depending upon test scores, grades and class rank will be awarded to non-resident freshmen entering MSU in 2019/2020. Award amounts will vary from $1,000 per year to $15,000 per year renewable.
  • Resident Freshman Premier Scholarships Montana State University will offer millions of dollars in scholarships and grants to talented Montana freshmen who enter MSU in 2019/2020. Award amounts will vary up to $12,000 ($3,000 per year renewable depending upon test scores and grades).

Washington State University

This undergraduate tuition reduction* is offered to residents of countries other than the United States. Eligible students must be enrolling for the first time in a degree program at WSU and not hold immigrant status in the U.S. and pay non-resident tuition.
  • LEVEL TWO: $1,000 PER SEMESTER Offered to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.30-3.59 (on a 4.0 scale).
  • LEVEL ONE: $2,000 PER SEMESTER Offered to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).
  • Awards are distributed during both fall and spring semesters. You may renew both levels of awards for five additional semesters, provided you maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher and earn at least 24 graded credits per year.
  • LEVEL TWO: $1,000 PER SEMESTER Offered to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.30-3.59 (on a 4.0 scale).
  • LEVEL ONE: $2,000 PER SEMESTER Offered to students with a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).
  • Awards are distributed during both fall and spring semesters. You may renew both levels of awards for seven additional semesters, provided you maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher and earn at least 24 graded credits per year.

Westcliff University

Westcliff University offers scholarships, veteran’s benefits and referrals to institutions assisting with loans to help finance the students education. Students have the option to pay in full but for those who cannot pay the entire amount, there are still various plans available that allow the student to graduate without any debt.
  • Full Program Payment Option (1 Payment prior to program start): Students may elect to make a full payment for the entire program. Payment is due one week prior to the start of the program. By avoiding college student loans, students can ideally graduate with zero debt.
  • Full Term Payment Plan (1 Payment prior to term start): Students may pay the term tuition in full, along with applicable fees, one week prior to the beginning of a Term. Tuition is assessed in accordance with the student’s enrollment agreement. By avoiding college student loans, students can ideally graduate with zero debt.
  • Tuition Financing Company (TFC): Westcliff University is partnered with Tuition Financing Company (TFC), which offers flexible and reliable student financing solutions that will match student and school demands, Tuition is paid in installments.

University of Wisconsin

Nationally competitive scholarships are those that draw applicants from all across the United States. They are difficult to win and require substantial preparation—even before you begin the application process.
  • $1,000 award for upperclassmen. Recipients are selected by nominating units on campus.
  • Up to $7,500 for undergraduate STEM students who plan to pursue a PhD and a research career. Apply as a sophomore or junior.
  • $3,000 stipend given to upperclassmen planning collaborative research projects with UW-Madison faculty/staff in any field.
  • $2,500 stipend given to sophomore students planning collaborative research projects with UW-Madison faculty/staff in any field.
  • Up to $34,000 for graduate study in the arts, humanities or social sciences. Apply as a junior.
  • Post-graduate scholarship for STEM students, funding a one year master’s program at Cambridge University.
  • Post-graduate scholarship funding one to three years of graduate study at any university in the UK.

North Seattle College

Scholarship applications are generally available between October and April for the following academic year and are due during spring quarter. A few applications and notifications are posted on the bulletin boards outside of the Financial Aid Office. Check the individual scholarship criteria to find out how and where to apply.
  • “Need-based” scholarships require that students have financial need as determined by the Financial Aid office using data from your FAFSA application. Other scholarships are “merit-based,” focused on a student’s achievements, interests or affiliations.
  • Scholarships are awarded based on a range of criteria, which usually reflect the views or purposes of the donor providing the award. While many scholarships have similar elements, you should always read the application carefully. Every organization has its own particular requirements and application process.
  • Start your American education with a scholarship from North Seattle College. A limited number of scholarships are available for international students studying full-time at North. Students under academic or disciplinary action may not qualify for IP scholarships.
  • The majority of the scholarships available are for current NSC students who have completed 1 quarter and are in the College Level Program. Please carefully review the eligibility requirements for each scholarship.

University of San Diego

The information provided below is general information about scholarship opportunities at the University of San Diego and additional terms, conditions and requirements may apply to each scholarship. Students who are awarded one of these scholarships will be provided renewal criteria specific to that award.
  • Undergraduate Merit Scholarships (Alcala, Trustee, and Presidential)
  • Awards are automatically determined by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Your admission application is the application for the scholarships.
  • Scholarship awards will be mailed out in early March. Scholarships are awarded based upon superior academic performance including grades, course selection, and test scores. Financial need is not considered in the awarding of merit scholarships.
  • Only freshman applicants are eligible for merit scholarship consideration.
  • Scholarship awards will range from $18,000–$25,000 and are renewable for four years by meeting minimum grade point average requirements and maintaining full-time enrollment each semester.
  • Alumni Endowed Scholarship
  • Daniel L Burkett III Memorial Scholarship
  • Kyle O’Connell Memorial Scholarship
  • Senior Class Legacy Scholarship
  • Therese Whitcomb’53 Scholarship

Findlay University

Bottom line: 99% of students at UF receive financial aid. T he University of Findlay’s college investment plan is a partnership between the University and you and your family. Our goal is to guide you to graduation with the least amount of debt possible. Your part of the partnership is to work hard to build the knowledge base you need to become successful.
  • We partnered with RaiseMe so you can easily earn scholarships worth thousandsraise me.png of dollars each time you achieve something important in high school. Earn up to $20,000 for each year you attend Findlay for your achievements. For example:
  • $800 for each A in a Core course
  • $100 for each extracurricular activity you participate in each school year
  • $2,000 for a visit to the University of Findlay
  • $800 for taking a College Credit Plus Course
  • Step 1: Send your transcripts to Findlay. Your transcripts will help us work with Financial Aid to build an award package that recognizes your outstanding achievements, both in and outside of the classroom.
  • Step 2: Complete Findlay’s Total Degree Cost Calculator. In about five minutes, you will have an accurate dollar amount of what your out-of-pocket cost could be each year at Findlay.
  • Step 3: Complete the FAFSA your senior year and list Findlay as a university you are considering attending. Listing UF in the FAFSA will ensure that the Financial Aid Office automatically receives a copy of your federal aid application. This information will be used to enhance your pre-awarded college investment plan.

Stratford University

Stratford has a number of general scholarship programs for undergraduate studies. At this time, there are no graduate scholarship programs. Let our Admissions Department help you explore all your scholarship options. Selected scholarships are listed below.
  • Stratford University Academic Scholarship –This program is designed is designed for current students and graduates who are entering a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, or Master’s degree program meeting the following criteria:
    • Current Stratford University students who are in their final quarter and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better;
    • Stratford University graduates with an AAS degree who finished with an overall GPA of 3.5 or better; or
    • Stratford University graduates with a Bachelor’s degree who finished with an overall GPA of 3.5 or better.

California Miramar University

Even if you feel you may not qualify for federal financial aid due to your income or other reasons, you might be surprised at what you may be eligible for. Federal financial aid eligibility is determined by many different factors, not just based on your income.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or an eligible non-citizen (U.S. permanent resident)
  • Have a high school diploma, GED or the equivalent
  • Enrolled in an eligible program
  • Making satisfactory academic progress towards graduation
  • Not be in default status for a federal student loan received at any post secondary institution
  • Does not owe a refund on a federal grant received at any post secondary institution

National University, California

The Transfer to Success Scholarship is intended for California or Nevada community college students, or students from an approved out-of-state community college, who will enroll at National University directly from community college with the goal of earning a bachelor’s degree. The award will pay up to $5,000 and the admission fee will be credited to the student’s account. No formal scholarship application is required and funds are automatically awarded to qualified students.
  • To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following qualifications:
    • Be enrolling for the first time at the University
    • Be in good academic standing at the community college and have an incoming 2.0 grade point average at the time of application to National University
    • Have completed at least 30 semester units at an approved community college
    • Have completed their last semester at an approved community college within 24 months of applying
    • Be formally accepted to the University (All transcripts must be submitted within 30 days of applying)

Concordia University, California

All scholarship amounts are based on full-time undergraduate status for the entire academic year to qualify and maintain Concordia University institutional scholarship opportunity. A student needs to maintain the required 2.5 cumulative GPA (Regents, Provost, Dean, Trustee, Phi Theta Kappa) or 3.3 cumulative GPA (Honors) or 3.5 cumulative GPA (Presidential Honors) by the end of the spring semester each semester for the academic scholarship to be automatically renewed.
  • 3.9 GPA, SAT of 1360 (Evidence-based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 29 ACT
    International Students: TOEFL 92(IBT) /IELTS above 6.5
  • 3.7 GPA, SAT of 1270 (Evidence-based Reading and Writing plus Math) or 27 ACT
    International Students: TOEFL 92(IBT) /IELTS above 6.5
  • Cumulative GPA from community, state, or private college with 30 completed units
    International Students: TOEFL 79(IBT) /IELTS above 6.5
  • Application required, 3.0 GPA and a member of LCMS congregation and who intends to serve in a full time LCMS church career profession

Devry University

Now that you’ve made the decision to advance your education, scholarships may be a great option to help with the cost of tuition. Whether you’re just starting to pursue your degree, or are returning to build the tech skills and hands-on experience you need at work, you may be surprised at the variety of awards you could qualify for.
  • There are literally thousands of scholarships offered to college students across the country, and not all of them depend on your grades alone. You may also find news of student competitions or other awards based on professional associations, heritage, field of study, and more.
    • Awarded to students who have not earned a bachelor’s degree. The maximum grant for the 2018-2019 award year is $6,095. Award amounts are based on the number of hours enrolled and the Federal Pell Grant program regulations.
    • The Business Edge Scholarship is available to applicants based on their incoming GPA and academic placement. All qualifying students enrolling in Accounting, Management, or Technical Management bachelor’s degree programs will receive an award of $1,000 per semester with a lifetime award of $10,000.

United State University

USU offers several types of financial assistance to current and prospective students in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and payment plans to bridge the gap between educational expenses and personal financial resources. The Financial Services Department works to carefully to deliver personalized service and financial assistance within the framework, regulations and policies of federal and state funding. The objective of the Office of Financial Aid is to provide financial assistance to eligible students through coordination with, and full use of, all governmental, community, and on-campus resources.
  • One of the biggest hurdles Hispanic students face is paying for college. A 2011 report found that the average annual salaries for Hispanic workers were $29,692 and $26,936 for males and females, respectively. Conversely, the average salaries for white workers were $50,440 and $39,052.
  • Many Hispanic students live in low-income households, and most prospective applicants would be the first members of their family to attend college. These families are not only unfamiliar with the financial aid process, but must also find a way to pay for school without relying on federal financial aid.
  • Even in high school, students can access resources to reduce the financial burden of attending college. One of the best resources available is a fee waiver for college entrance examinations, including the SAT and ACT. Both standardized testing organizations want to eliminate educational barriers, and they waive 100% of fees for students who meet specific requirements.