RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL $5,000 EARLY COMMIT SCHOLARSHIP FOR SUMMER/FALL 2017 NEW STUDENTS!
The Board of Trustees approved an additional $5,000 Early Commit Scholarship to reduce your need for student loans!
In addition to receiving our academic scholarships, if you submit your $200 enrollment deposit by January 31st 2017, you will receive an additional $5,000 applicable only towards your tuition.
This new scholarship will allow you to attend a private university at a cost comparable to many public institutions. Scholarships must be disbursed by January 31st – you need to act fast!
Your deposit will also be applied towards your tuition!
IF YOU HAVEN’T APPLIED YET…
Did you know that 90% of STU students receive scholarships? STU’s commitment to providing a private education at an affordable price goes beyond the Early Commit Scholarship. As a university that offers you limitless opportunity and access, STU also provides a variety of other academic scholarships.
With your high school GPA criteria for merit scholarship eligibility, STU offers a series of competitive and generous scholarships for incoming and transfer students. STU’s renewable merit based scholarships range from $5,000 to $16,500 a year. As a student of St. Thomas University, you’ll be on the intersection between knowledge and skills that make you a flexible, bold, and resilient leader. Don’t miss out on the early commit scholarship of $5,000! Apply today!
If you have not applied for Federal Financial Aid, complete and submit your 2016-2017 free application at Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with school code: 001468. Federal government also allows you to apply or renew your financial aid application for the subsequent 2017-18 year starting this fall.
NO MATTER WHERE YOU WANT TO GO IN LIFE, YOU CAN GET THERE FROM HERE.
- Only applies to new, domestic and undergraduate students.
- Excludes student athletes.
- Scholarships cannot exceed tuition cost.
- Enrollment deposit of $200 is non-refundable and will be used towards tuition.
- 3.0 GPA must be maintained each semester to keep scholarship.