2020 Aurora University Scholarships
Aurora University net price is at $17,494.00 per year and will likely continue climbing like all colleges around the U.S. There are various ways to combat the steep rises in college tuition, and scholarships can be a key ingredient in reducing the overall cost of Aurora University. Aurora University awards an average of $22,337.00 to each student, which can help alleviate some of the financial burden. However, most families will need to find other sources of funding to bridge the remaining tuition gap. In addition to the annual tuition, Aurora University students can expect to pay $N/A in housing costs and $N/A in meal plan costs - if you chose to live in the surrounding area of Aurora, then those costs could be even higher.
100% of full-time students receive local or institutional grants with an average award size of $15,909.00. Furthermore, 46% of students receive federal grants with an average amount of $4,728.00.
The numbers seem bleak and, truthfully, they are for most average American families. Luckily, the scholarships below are open to Aurora University students, with the goal of helping to afford a college education. Some scholarships may be specifically provided by Aurora University while others are open to Aurora University students, though not exclusive to Aurora University.
How much total award money and scholarships are available for Aurora University students?
There are 17 scholarships totaling $53,968.00 available to residents. You can easily browse through all 17 scholarships below.
What types of scholarships are available for Aurora University students?
Each scholarship below may have different requirements and guidelines. While some of the Aurora University scholarships can only be used for specific purposes, many of them can be used for all types of expenses including supplies, tuition, room and board and more. Furthermore, this list can include Aurora University study abroad scholarships, Aurora University transfer scholarships, and Aurora University merit scholarships.
Are these scholarships for Aurora University study abroad?
At least a few of these scholarships below can be put toward Aurora University study abroad. If the scholarship does not specify a specific purpose or use of funds, then it is most likely eligible. You can double-check with the scholarship provider to confirm.
What scholarships are available to Aurora University transfer students?
The ScholarshipPoints and Scholarship Owl scholarships, at least, are open to Aurora University transfer students and the funds can be put toward all types of expenses. Aurora University transfer students face the same financial pressures as normal students, and scholarships providers are well-aware of the need for Aurora University transfer scholarships.
Are these Aurora University scholarships limited by major?
You’ll need to check each scholarship’s own guidelines to determine if it is restricted to a specific major. However, most scholarships in this database are open to all students - some scholarships may only be open to certain students based on geographic criteria or areas of interest but they should be clearly marked. Whether you’re a nursing student, honors student, engineering major, or studying another discipline, chances are you’ll find at least 1 scholarship for you.
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$10,000 Be Bold Scholarship
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$1,000 Easy Money Scholarship
We love this scholarship because the name doesn't lie - it's easy money. Many scholarship applications make you jump through hoops and require tons of essays and questionnaires. This scholarship application could not be more simple and straightforward.
Grant Program for Descendants of Police, Fire, or Correctional Officers
Applicant must be the descendant of a police, fire, or correctional officer killed or disabled in the line of duty and attend an approved Illinois school.Learn More
Community Service Scholarship for Multicultural Students
Applicant must be from a multicultural background who will be a college freshman beginning in the fall. Application and essay about their community service involvement are required, the essay should not exceed 1,000 words. Selection based upon academic merit (as reflected in transcript, class rank, and GPA) and service to their...Learn More
Carnegie Dartlet $10,000 Scholarship
Applicant must register on CollegeXpress or have requested college information from one of our magazines (including but not limited to Private Colleges & Universities, Public Colleges & Universities, and Graduate Colleges & Universities) or one of our websites (including but not limited to collegexpress.com, privatecolleges.com, acuinfo.com, and gradcu.com). Applicant must be...Learn More
Solon B. Cousins Scholarship
Applicant must be recommended by his/her local YMCA Executive Director and enrolled in the YMCA Senior Directors Certification Program. Written verification of having completed 50 hours of volunteer services at a YMCA organization/agency by July 15th of each year the scholarship is received is required.Learn More
Merit Recognition Scholarship
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen and a resident of Illinois who ranks in the top 5% of their class at the end of the seventh semester. Applicant must attend an approved Illinois post-secondary institution as an undergraduate on at least a part-time basis, comply with Selective Service...Learn More
Illinois Future Teacher Corps Scholarship
Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen and a legal resident of Illinois. Applicant must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment on at least a part-time basis as an undergraduate in a qualified teacher education program at an approved Illinois institution in a teacher shortage discipline. Preference is given...Learn More