Students who find themselves needing more money

These are scholarships awarded to students through agencies other than the University. They will have their own applications, requirements and deadlines. We encourage students to search and apply for these opportunities as soon as possible as their deadlines usually occur early in the year. To assist in your scholarship search, we’ve gathered a few resources. Remember, when applying for scholarships, be cautious of sites that ask for personally identifiable information such as social security numbers, birth dates, etc. We also advise against paying a company to find scholarships.

To assist in your scholarship search, we’ve gathered a few resources. All outside scholarship awards should be sent to BYU-Idaho with the student’s I-number.

Students who find themselves needing more money than what they are eligible to receive from FAFSA, BYU-Idaho scholarships, their savings, and the money they’ve earned from working, can look to outside sources for scholarships.

The Department of Education has provided some basic guidelines and tips for students who are applying for scholarships outside of their university.

OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS

Students who find themselves needing more money than what they are eligible to receive from FAFSA, BYU-Idaho scholarships, their savings, and the money they’ve earned from working, can look to outside sources for scholarships.

The Department of Education has provided some basic guidelines for students who are applying for scholarships outside of their university. Visit their website to find out what scholarships are available, how to apply, and tips on being safe while applying.

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