Scholarships at BYU are available to both enrolled students and those who are requesting admission. No matter what their circumstances, we urge all students to submit the online scholarship application.
About BYU Scholarship
For current students or those who are requesting admission, BYU offers scholarships. No of their situation, we encourage all students to submit the online scholarship application. Fill out the “Period” box and the preceding three areas if you want to be considered for any scholarships provided by the Financial Aid Office (Personal, Essays, and Need).
More particular rewards are listed in other portions of the application, and you will be given consideration for each one you complete. Even if you haven’t been accepted to the university yet, you must apply for scholarships by the dates mentioned. Following the admissions decision, scholarship applications are examined.
- Show they have the ability to study independently
- Be 21 years of age or older
- must be U.S. citizens
- Permanent residents or eligible non-citizens.
- Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress
- a cumulative 2.0 GPA and are admitted to the teacher licensure program.
- Enrolled as a day student at any university and receiving federal financial aid
- Admitted to Brigham Young University, Brigham Young University–Idaho, or Brigham Young University–Hawaii, which offer federal financial aid to their students
- Enrolled in the BYU Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) program, which offers financial aid to its students
- A recipient of a BYU Independent Study Scholarship within the past year
How to Apply
On October 1, 2022, the FAFSA for 2023–24 will be available. Even though you are listed as independent on the FAFSA and if you are under the age of 30, you must still enter your parents’ information.
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