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Brigham Young University offers undergraduate scholarships for new freshmen, former and continuing undergraduate degree-seeking students and Transfer students.
International students are eligible to apply for academic scholarships after completing one full enrollment (12 credits) at BYU.
Transfer students can apply for academic scholarships as Continuing students after having completed at least one full enrollment (12 credit hours).
The Financial Aid Office limits assistance to eight semesters of fall/winter scholarship per student. The application deadline is October 1, 2013.
Scholarships are provided to learn any of the courses offered by the Brigham Young University. Course Level:
Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate degree level at Brigham Young University. Scholarship Provider:
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New Freshmen: Prospective new freshmen are eligible to apply for undergraduate scholarships beginning with the term/semester they are admitted. Please note scholarship deadlines listed below. Freshmen must submit all admissions materials to the Admissions Office by the scholarship deadline in order to be considered for scholarships. -Former and Continuing Students: Former and continuing undergraduate degree-seeking students are eligible to apply for undergraduate scholarships. Former students receive consideration as continuing students. -Transfer Students: Transfer students are not eligible for academic scholarships upon initial entrance at BYU. Transfer students can apply for academic scholarships as Continuing students after having completed at least one full enrollment (12 credit hours) at BYU by the appropriate March 1 application deadline. -International Students: International students are eligible to apply for academic scholarships after completing one full enrollment (12 credits) at BYU. The deadline to submit the continuing student scholarship application is March 1. Scholarships are awarded annually.
Scholarship Open for International Students:
International and US students can apply for these scholarships.
Brigham Young University offers scholarships to select students, who have demonstrated a serious and diligent commitment to academic excellence, as an investment in their education. Scholarships funds are provided through tithes of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and offerings of generous friends of the university. They are given to encourage continued commitment to spiritual and intellectual growth. The gift of a scholarship assumes an obligation on the part of the recipient to use that investment wisely to prepare for expanded and purposeful service in the Lord’s kingdom.
Number of award(s):
Brigham Young University anticipates awarding approximately one-fourth of the new incoming freshmen students an academic scholarship.
Duration of award(s):
The Financial Aid Office limits assistance to eight semesters of fall/winter scholarship per student. Spring/summer scholarships do not count against the eight semesters of eligibility. Thus, after receiving eight semesters of fall/winter scholarship, you may still be eligible for spring/summer awards.
What does it cover?
Most scholarships are either full LDS tuition or half LDS tuition. Students will receive only one scholarship from the Financial Aid Office. If you qualify for more than one scholarship, you will receive the award with the highest monetary value. You are welcome to receive additional scholarships from your department or other organizations.
The scholarships will be awarded on academic basis.
Notification is sent to all applicants on Mid-November whether they are awarded a scholarship or not. Notification will be sent electronically through your Message Center.
How to Apply:
The mode of applying is online.
Scholarship Application Deadline:
The application deadline is October 1, 2013.
Further Official Scholarship Information and Application