At the University of Lousiville, most financial aid awards disburse to your student account beginning with the start of each semester or upon gaining eligibility during your semester of enrolment.
Disbursement of awards is based on compliance with all eligibility requirements including your enrolment and satisfactory academic progress. Most awards are based on full-time enrolment. If attending part-time, you must complete an enrolment adjustment form prior to the start of classes for your aid to disburse at the beginning of the term. When part-time, your aid eligibility will be reassessed and your award will be adjusted accordingly.
University of Louisville's standard aid deal for brand spanking new freshmen is $16,587. About 94.0% of latest students obtain financial help, most of which is within the sort of scholarships and grants.
61.0% of first-year students (1,682 total) were given scholarships at the University of Louisville, averaging $9,243 apiece. This puts it in the top 40th percentile of all schools in the nation. As well as scholarships, 30.0% of freshmen (825 total) received federal grant aid, averaging $4,549 a person. The UofL financial aid comes in a different form.
Scholarships awarded at UofL are as follows:
Before applying for financial aid, all applicants must file the FAFSA form.
- UofL Admission Based Scholarships: The University of Louisville awards both guaranteed and competitive scholarships to incoming first-time freshmen. The scholarship deadline for first-time freshmen entering in the Fall is December 15.
- Student Financial Aid Office Scholarship Opportunities: Students pursuing a degree at the University of Louisville may be eligible for a number of other scholarships managed by the Student Financial Aid Office.
- State-Supported Programs: Kentucky-supported program information, including specifics pertaining to the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES), is available on the Student Financial Aid Office’s state aid webpage.
- Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) Tuition Waivers: The University of Louisville provides tuition waiver benefits to students qualified under the provisions of applicable Kentucky Revised Statutes such as those associated with specified categories of foster and adopted children, supervising and resource teachers, senior citizens, and dependents of veteran, police, firefighters, and state employees.
- Metropolitan College Program: Through a partnership with UPS, the Metropolitan College Program offers employment and education benefit opportunities to qualified students
- Military and Veteran Resources: The UofL Office of Military and Veteran Services serves as a dedicated resource to connect military and veteran students and their families to associated benefits. Information about Kentucky state-mandated tuition waivers for dependents of veterans can be found on the Student Financial Aid Office’s state aid webpage.
For more information on academic scholarships, visit our blog here.