To help make our education as affordable as possible, we award more than $5 million in annual scholarships. To apply, please follow the instructions below.
Academic Scholarships are automatically awarded based on incoming GPA. To be considered, simply submit your online application and transcript(s).
To qualify for a need-based University Scholarship and Federal Pell Grant up to $6,345, simply complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid with our school code—003738.Start Your FAFSA
No matter your major, you can earn a Performance Scholarship to pursue your passion in art, design, cheer, dance, marching band, music, theatre, esports, and more. To apply, please use the links below or contact your admissions director for application instructions.
Service helps develop valuable qualities like charity, selflessness, and work ethic. In recognition of such service, the Returned Missionary & Service Scholarship awards $1,500 annually—$6,000 over four years—to students who have served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or performed significant humanitarian service.
Friendship Scholarships are awarded to students who refer friends as well as to the friends they refer. Current students may refer up to three friends to receive a $1,000 scholarship (per referral) for every year they attend together. Referred friends also receive a $1,000 scholarship during their first year at the University. Contact your admissions director to refer a friend.
Applicants are evaluated on their commitment to academics, leadership, and service—qualities exemplified by Richard E. Marriott and the Marriott Family. With limited availability, Marriott Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid with our school code—003738—to determine if you qualify for a Federal Pell Grant worth up to $6,345 in federal aid or a Need-based University Scholarship.
Virginia residents can apply for a Virginia Tuition Assistance Grant worth up to $3,400 in government aid.
To help make paying for college more affordable and convenient, we allow students to finance their education by making interest-free monthly payments. To set up an interest-free tuition payment plan, please contact Student Financial Services.
In addition to university scholarships and government aid, we encourage all incoming and current students to work with Student Financial Services to identify and apply for the numerous private scholarships available to college students.
Many full-time students help fund their education by working part-time on campus or in the surrounding area while enrolled. To learn more about local student-employment opportunities, please contact our Office of Career Development.
Responsibly and informedly borrowing student loans can be an effective way to finance your education. For instance, federally subsidized loans can be an especially helpful option since they do not accrue interest while you are enrolled in college full-time. To learn more about the student loans available to you, please contact Student Financial Services.