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Scholarships & Other Options
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Scholarships and grants provide the best kind of financial aid–the kind you don’t have to pay back! While there may be overlap between these two types of support, grants are typically awarded based on financial need, while scholarships are given based on academic achievements.
Our scholarship funding comes from endowments and donations established by individuals, organizations, and the university’s general operating accounts. As soon as you complete your FAFSA, you’ll start the process of being considered for scholarships provided through Gallaudet and discover if you qualify for Federal grants.
A completed undergraduate application by the priority deadline of February 15th and enrollment in the Honors Program
*Must maintain satisfactory academic progress. See Academic Standards for Financial Aid policy.
**If you do not live in the residence halls, the dollar value of room/board will be subtracted from your award.
Rolling Basis Not eligible for Honors Program students
Rolling Basis Not Eligible for Honors Program students.
Endowed Scholarships are a type of need-based scholarship provided through donors and the University’s endowment. For these scholarships, the Financial Aid Office can offer awards directly through your application for financial aid (FAFSA), in addition to assisting you with opportunities from other University offices or individuals.
Complete your FAFSA and the Institutional Financial Aid Application (IFAA) to ensure you’re considered to receive an Endowed Scholarship award.
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