Benedictine University Institutional Aid
During the financial aid process, a student will be considered to determine if they qualify for Benedictine University Institutional Funding in addition to their scholarship and federal aid eligibility. Students must complete the FAFSA in order to be considered for Benedictine University Institutional Aid. Benedictine Institutional Funding is renewable yearly.
Have you filed your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)?
For more information on applying, go to fafsa.gov and use Benedictine's school code of 001767.
- Institutional awards are applicable for incoming freshman starting in the fall 2019 semester.
- Fulltime enrollment is defined as 12 or more semester credit hours per term.
- Scholarships are limited to a maximum of four years or eight terms. Awards are finalized after submission of seventh semester/quarter grades. No revisions to merit awards are made after the seventh semester/quarter.
- Student financial aid programs, terms, and conditions are subject to change without notice or obligation.
- The Benedictine Academic Scholar Award and Scholars Program are mutually exclusive and may not be combined.
- Institutional awards are applicable to the cost of tuition only.
- Students from Benedictine University at Mesa qualify for special tuition rates and are not eligible for these scholarships.
- To remain eligible for Benedictine University institutional financial aid, you must be in good academic standing. Scholarship recipients who are found to be in violation of student conduct guidelines as outlined in the Student Handbook may be subject to loss of institutional scholarships/awards.
- If a student receives additional assistance after the initial award letter was issued, previously awarded funds may be adjusted.