Last Semester Grant Proration

BYU-Idaho grants may be prorated in a student’s final semester at BYU-Idaho when graduating with a 4-year degree. For financial aid purposes, graduation is defined as completing all components required by your degree. "Walking" in a graduation ceremony does not constitute graduation.

Example: If you will be walking in fall but finishing an internship or student teaching experience in winter, the semester you are graduating is winter.

General BYU-Idaho grants will automatically prorate down to 6 credits without students needing to submit a request.

All other BYU-Idaho Grants (Academic/Talent/Merit/Leadership) will be cancelled if the student is enrolled in less than 14 credits and does not submit a grant proration request.

Academic /Talent/ Leadership/Merit Grants

Credit Level Full Tuition 3/4 Tuition 1/2 Tuition 1/4 Tuition
12+ $2,059 $1,545 $1,030 $515
9-11.5 $1,545 $1,159 $773 $387
6-8.5 $1,030 $773 $515 $258
.5-5.5 $0 $0 $0 $0

Important: All Academic grants will be cancelled for students enrolled in less than 14 credits. Academic grants may ONLY be prorated in a student's final term at BYU-Idaho when graduating with a 4-year degree. This proration request must be made online by completing the Grant Proration Request. No academic grants will be prorated below 6 credits.

No Scholarships will be prorated below 6 credits.