Grants and scholarships don’t have to be paid back and are a great way to help pay for college. They are usually awarded based on a number of different factors, including financial need and academic merit.
In addition to the ones listed below, you’ll want to research other sources of grants and scholarships.
The U.S. Department of Education offers a vast amount of money to BJU students pursuing undergraduate degrees. You apply for federal aid by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Amounts shown are for the 2018–19 academic year and have been confirmed by the Federal Department of Education.
Amounts shown are based on full time enrollment (12 credits).
The following grants are available for qualifying South Carolina residents. You must submit an Affidavit of Eligibility each year for all South Carolina grants and scholarships. LIFE and HOPE scholarship applicants must also submit a Certification Form along with the affidavit.
Eligibility is based on full time enrollment of at least 12 credits. For continuing eligibility there are specific yearly credit requirements.
The above amounts are for 2017-18 and will be updated when new amounts are released.
BJU — 2018-19
As a new undergraduate student, you are automatically considered for the following BJU aid once you finish the admission application process.
There are maximum caps for BJU aid based on various factors. Contact Financial Aid for details.
To be considered for need-based funds, a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is required. Awards are based on financial need.
Above figures are per academic year. Fall and spring terms only. All awards require enrollment in a minimum of 12 credits per semester of attendance. Available for up to 4 years/8 semesters.
If you have any questions, email the Financial Aid Office.
After you complete the BJU application process and the FAFSA, you’ll be automatically considered for certain grants and scholarships. However, you’ll want to be sure to research outside scholarship sources as well.