We offer scholarships for adult learners. In fact, the School has distributed nearly $100,000 annually to continuing students in the past several years.
To be eligible for any financial aid, including these scholarships, applicants must complete the FAFSA. As a rule, registration for at least six semester hours per term is also required.
Students may receive scholarship funding once per academic year. Awards are made in the Fall to cover the Fall and Spring terms, and Spring awards are prioritized for new SPCS students — those enrolling in the Spring for the first time.
To be eligible for these SPCS scholarships, applicants must complete the FAFSA by the scholarship deadline.
Scholarship Applications & Deadlines
- Fall scholarship application: June 1
- Spring scholarship application: November 1
To apply for one of these scholarships, click a link above to access the online application. You will be prompted to create a login profile — or you may log in using your degree program application credentials — in order to open the scholarship application.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies offers a variety of scholarships to candidates who are enrolled in a degree program. A complete list of scholarships is available in our degree programs catalog. Individuals who can receive tuition reimbursement through their employer are not eligible for scholarship assistance.
The School of Professional and Continuing Studies has been granted the Osher Reentry Scholarship Fund. To be considered for the scholarship, students must fit into the following categories:
- Student’s collegiate studies have been interrupted for approximately 5 or more cumulative* years before being admitted to the School of Professional & Continuing Studies
- Student looks forward to a significant number of years of workforce participation after graduation
- Student is between the ages of 25 and 50
- Student is seeking a first baccalaureate degree (and must be admitted to a baccalaureate degree program in SPCS)
- Student demonstrates financial need as reported on the scholarship and in the letter submitted by each student
* The interruption need not be during the 5 years immediately preceding enrollment, nor need the gap represent 5 years in sequence.
Previous recipients of an Osher Reentry Scholarship are encouraged to reapply annually.