Types of Financial Aid
Asbury University has established a wide range of merit-based scholarships recognizing outstanding academic achievement, as well as scholarships for students who demonstrate exceptional musical and/or athletic abilities.
Institutional grants are also available from Asbury University on a need basis. Please be sure to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) so that you may receive the maximum aid for which you are eligible.
Federal and state grant programs are available to those who complete the FAFSA and qualify on a need basis.
Asbury University provides numerous opportunities for students to work on campus and earn extra money to pay for personal expenses throughout the year. Students will receive a paycheck every two weeks. Eligibility for the federal college work study program is determined by the FAFSA.
The Church Match program was established to encourage churches to support students with scholarship aid. Asbury University will match scholarships awarded by a church, mission agency, or other Christian service organization up to $1000 per academic year. For more information about the program, including a printable application and scholarship deadlines, please click on the link above.
Loan programs are available to help assist you in financing your education. These programs include federal, private and institutional loans. To find out more about the different loan options available, please click on the link above or contact the Financial Aid Office at 1-800-888-1818 ext. 2195. Students who wish to be eligible for federal loans must file the FAFSA.
An outside scholarship is any money you receive from a source other than one of those listed above. This can range from a local organization to state or federal aid. Please note that this aid must be counted by the Financial Aid Office as a resource, so be sure to make us aware of any money coming in from an outside source and be sure to turn it in to our office in a timely fashion.