Students who are interested in attending BYU may wonder how to best fund their education. Luckily, there are a number of scholarships to help students at BYU afford an education. One of the best ways to get started is to complete the FAFSA application. This application will quickly enable students to see whether they qualify for any federal or state funding. After completing this step, students may want to explore the the internal scholarships that are available to incoming and current BYU students. Check out the list below to see whether you qualify for any of these awards:

Spring/Summer Full LDA Tuition: These scholarships are available to former and continuing students at BYU. In order to be considered, applicants must have at least a 3.87 grade point average. Students who do not meet this GPA requirement can be considered for the Spring/Summer Half LDS Tuition Scholarship. Students only need to have a 3.67 grade point average to be eligible for this award.

BYU Military Science Department/Army ROTC: In order to apply for this scholarship, students should enroll in military science 120 or 121. During this courses, applicants will learn about rappelling, leadership training, land navigation, infantry tactics, and will have the opportunity to take a trip on a Black Hawk helicopter. In addition to these valuable skills, students will receive full tuition remission to study at BYU. In addition to this generous award, students can obtain up to $7,000 in the form of a living stipend and are not required to pay any student fees. Furthermore, students have the opportunity to earn up to an additional $3,000 per year after graduation. Applicants who are interested in learning more about this scholarship can find full details at this website.

BYU Management Society Hispanic Chapter: This scholarship is awarded to BYU students based on a combination on moral character, academic merit, community service, and leadership skills. The scholarship provides an award that ranges from $300 to $500 per winner. In order to be eligible, the student must attend either UVU or BYU on a full-time basis, be of Hispanic heritage, and show leadership and academic achievement. All applications must be received prior to the February 15th deadline. In order to apply, applicants must complete all three parts of the application, which include submitting a personal narrative, academic data, and personal information. Additional information about this scholarship can be found here.

BYU offers a number of other scholarships. The best place to start your search is by going to this website. Here, applicants can find options for federal funds, off-campus funds, and BYU scholarships. The BYU scholarships can be a little more challenging to locate. In order to apply to these awards, students must first create an account with the BYU financial aid portal. After completing this step, students can then proceed to the online scholarship application. The application can be located at this website, which is available to both new applicants and returning applicants. After completing the application, students will have a better understanding of which scholarships they may be eligible to receive.