BYU-Idaho Grants Available

Grants Available

BYU-Idaho Financial Aid 

Here at BYU-Idaho we call scholarships, BYU-Idaho Grants. Our grants are distributed based off of merit and need. Grants are an excellent resource to help pay student college expenses. Look for them often and early, many of the application deadlines occur 6 or more months before the fall semester begins. Below is information on grants available through the school and from entities outside the university. Note: Online students are not eligible for a BYU-Idaho Grant, but are eligible to receive private scholarships outside the university.

BYU-Idaho grants may not be moved or transferred to different semesters. There are no exceptions to this policy.

BYU-Idaho grants may not be combined to exceed the full LDS tuition rate except for Music or Jack Wheatley Scholarships .


Types of BYU-Idaho Grants

BYU-Idaho grants may not be moved or transferred to different semesters. There are no exceptions to this policy. Grants may not exceed the full LDS tuition rate except for Music or Jack Wheatley Scholarships.

*Beginning Fall 2019, the Thomas E. Ricks Grant will combine and replace the Academic and General Scholarships. Students will be evaluated based on both financial need and academic achievement. Refer to the Important News resources for further updates .


Grant  Eligibility

To be evaluated for BYU-Idaho grants, students must complete the following:

SAP

Must be meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements

FADD

Students must be enrolled in the correct number of credits by the FADD of each semester to prevent losing the grant. BYU-Idaho counts all program applicable and non-program applicable credits as enrollment for BYU-Idaho grants (with exception to Internship Grants)


Receiving Your BYU-Idaho Grants

APPLICATION

BYU-Idaho refers to University scholarships as BYU-Idaho Grants. The priority deadline for the BYU-Idaho Grant Application is  March 1st. Recently Returned Missionaries must complete the required applications before the  financial aid determination date (FADD) of their first semester back in order to be evaluated for academic and need based awards. Students submitting the BYU-Idaho Grant application after the March 1 st priority deadline will not be evaluated for academic awards. Late applications will only be evaluated for awards based on financial need based on fund availability.

Grant Application