Stevenson University Scholarship and Grant Programs
Merit Scholarship Program
In an effort to recognize outstanding students, Stevenson University supports a competitive scholarship program with awards ranging from $1,000 to $15,000 annually. Consideration for a merit scholarship is automatic and awarded by the Admissions Office as a part of the acceptance process; students need not submit a separate application. Scholarships are awarded based upon grade point average, high school course work, standardized test scores, and previous college course work for transfer students.
All Stevenson merit scholarships are available for a total of eight semesters as long as the student continues full-time enrollment, maintains a minimum cumulative grade point average as set forth in the scholarship agreement, and agrees to adhere to the Stevenson University ethics code.
Stevenson University merit scholarships awarded to students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs are not transferable to accelerated or graduate programs of study. Stevenson University scholarship recipients who change their program from traditional to accelerated will forfeit these awards.
Stevenson Need-Based Grant
These grants are available to qualified full-time students enrolled in traditional undergraduate academic programs. Awards are based on financial need demonstrated through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To be considered, the FAFSA should be filed annually by the February 15 priority deadline.
Stevenson University awards scholarships from our endowment program. Freshmen/new students need not apply. They will be reviewed and considered for awards based upon meeting endowed-specified criteria. Returning students may apply for several endowed scholarships by completing a single application for those scholarships. The deadline for application is April 1. The application is available on the Stevenson University SU Now Portal.
The Stevenson University Financial Aid Office will inform students on the SU Now Portal of additional outside private scholarships as the application announcements become available.