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Scholarships are funds provided to undergraduate students on the basis of excellence in academics, financial need, leadership, diversity, service, etc. or a combination of multiple factors. Scholarships do not need to be repaid. Scholarships can come from federal, state, the University, or private sources.

Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen

Scholarships for Current Undergraduates

Continuing undergraduate students can apply for most scholarships available through a single scholarship application in MyRED.

  • Beginning in mid- to late-November each year, enrolled students can apply for scholarships through the online Scholarship Application for Current Undergraduate Students for scholarships for the next academic year. This application deadline is February 1st. 
  • To apply, log into MYRED and select the Scholarship Application for Current Undergraduate Students. Submission of this online application allows you to be considered for scholarships awarded by the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid and to have your information made available to your academic unit. 
  • The awarding of scholarships to current undergraduate students can be based on one or several of the following criteria: cumulative grade point average, financial need, a resume of activities, etc.

Scholarships for Incoming Transfer Students

Other Scholarship Resources

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For information about searching for and reporting scholarships from outside organizations, visit Receiving Additional Resources