Financial Aid Programs
In addition to grants, many students apply for scholarships to help offset the cost of tuition and additional educational expenses. Some of these scholarships come from Regent University while others come from outside sources. Below are links to sites that assist students in finding additional scholarship money.
Regent is able to offer a number of university-wide endowed scholarships to graduate, professional or doctoral students through the generosity of university donors. Competition for these awards is highly selective. The number of awards is limited and varies each year. Current and accepted incoming Regent University students who meet the qualifications of the scholarship may apply for an endowed scholarship.
In addition to the endowed scholarship, Regent University students are able to apply for school awards. These scholarship funds come directly from your school of enrollment. Click on the title above to locate your school and awards available to you.
State Education Agencies
Most states offer a variety of aid programs, including merit and talent scholarships, loans, and grants for their citizens. Your state's higher education agency can provide you with a list of awards that you would be eligible for. As you review your state's website be sure to note whether your state's financial assistance programs may be used outside of your state and for your program of study. Please pay close attention to the application process and deadlines.
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