日本一本道a不卡免费Learn about the variety of scholarships and grants that are available to Woodbury students.
日本一本道a不卡免费To encourage and reward academic excellence, each year Woodbury University awards a number of undergraduate merit scholarships based on a student’s academic promise and personal accomplishments. Merit scholarships are awarded to students in their first year at Woodbury. A student’s high school GPA (or college GPA for transfer students) is reviewed to determine which category of merit gets awarded.
As long as the required GPA is maintained, these merit awards are renewable up to an additional three years for standard programs or up to four years for architecture students.
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $18,000 [3.50 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $16,000 [3.00–3.49 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $6,000—$10,000 [2.50–2.99 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $14,000 [3.50 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $12,000 [3.00–3.49 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $5,000–$9,000 [2.50–2.99 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $10,000 [3.50 GPA and above]
→ DEAN INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP 日本一本道a不卡免费$6,000 [3.00-3.49 GPA ]
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $18,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $16,000 [3.40–3.69 GPA]
→ hbrcjy.comCATIONAL GRANT $10,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ hbrcjy.comCATIONAL GRANT $6,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $14,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $12,000 [3.4–3.69 GPA]
→ hbrcjy.comCATIONAL GRANT $9,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ hbrcjy.comCATIONAL GRANT $5,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $10,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $6,000 [3.40-3.69 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $5,000 [2.95-3.39 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $4,000 [2.50-2.94 GPA ]
Note to students determined eligible for need-based financial aid: financial aid program regulations require the university to include these merit awards as a financial resource when assessing a student’s overall financial needs. Your merit award will be incorporated into your financial-aid package.
日本一本道a不卡免费Woodbury University administers various scholarships derived from gifts and endowments given to the university by individuals and organizations. Special applications are not necessary for these funds; they are awarded based on availability of funds and the needs of the university as well as a combination of eligibility requirements, such as academic standing, financial need, or criteria specified by the donor.
日本一本道a不卡免费Applicants to Architecture graduate programs may qualify for institutional scholarships and/or assistantships, which may be awarded by the School of Architecture committee upon review of completed application.
Institutional scholarships range from $2,000 – $15,000, and assistantships range from $2,000 – $4,200.
日本一本道a不卡免费Woodbury University administers programs funded through the California Student Aid Commission. These undergraduate scholarship programs are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need and can only be used at an approved California college or university. These programs can be used for four years of undergraduate study with a fifth year of eligibility for students in an approved five-year Architecture program.
-Cal Grant A日本一本道a不卡免费 is awarded to the financially needy.
-Cal Grant B日本一本道a不卡免费 is awarded to students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
To be considered for a Cal Grant, you must submit a “Cal Grant GPA Verification Form” that has been certified by a high school or college official no later than March 2 of the application year.
The Federal Pell Grant日本一本道a不卡免费 is a direct grant from the federal government to financially needy undergraduate students. Students are restricted to a lifetime eligibility of 6 years as a fulltime student or 600%. For 2019 – 2020, Pell grants will range up to a maximum amount of $6,195.
The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) is federal funding provided to Woodbury specifically to make awards to very-high-need undergraduate students and may range from $200 to $2000 per year.
The Federal Work Study (FWS) enables undergraduate students to earn part of their financial award through part-time employment while attending Woodbury University. Employment is usually on campus, but limited off-campus opportunities may be available as well.
William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Programs and Federal Direct Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized) are loans made available through the U.S. Department of Education to undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduate student loans have a fixed interest rate for subsidized loans and 4.45% (for the 17-18 academic year) for unsubsidized loans. Graduate students are only eligible for unsubsidized loans at an interest rate of 6.0%. Woodbury University determines eligibility based on the student’s cost of education or program costs and expected contributions from income.
Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (Parent PLUS) is a loan made available through the U.S. Department of Education and is a credit-based loan for parents of dependent undergraduate students. These loans are guaranteed at a fixed interest rate of 7.0%. Creditworthy parents can borrow up to the difference between the cost of attendance for one year and the amount of financial aid the student is eligible to receive.
The Federal Direct Graduate and Professional Student PLUS Loan (Grad PLUS) is a loan made available through the U.S. Department of Education and is a credit-based loan for independent graduate students. Creditworthy graduate students can borrow up to the difference between the cost of attendance for one year and the amount of financial aid the student is eligible to receive. This loan is at a fixed interest rate of 7.0% and deferrable during half-time study.
Alternative Loans are private bank loans for students, designed to help meet the gap between the costs of attendance and financial aid. These loans are not guaranteed by the federal government; therefore, they can carry different fees and interest rates. Careful research is strongly suggested. Students are encouraged to first apply for federal and institutional financial aid before considering an alternative student loan.