The following departments on campus offer talent-based grants:
- No FAFSA is required
Studentmust be admitted as a campus student
- Students must have less than 140 cumulative earned credits at the time of evaluation
Studentmust be meeting the university’s satisfactory academic progress standards
Awarding and selection
- Students must be enrolled in 14 or more credits to receive a Talent grant
- Grants will not typically disburse until the first week of the semester
- Students must complete the “Thank You Letter” posted on their student financial aid portal before funds will disburse
- Grants may be prorated in a student’s final semester at BYU-Idaho when graduating with a 4-year degree. Request for a proration here.
The application process is determined by each individual department. Please contact the individual departments for additional information.
- Students must be enrolled in 14 or more credits to receive this scholarship.
- Scholarships will not typically disburse until the first week of the semester.
- This scholarship 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.
Academic /Talent/ Leadership/Merit Scholarships
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IMPORTANT: All academic scholarships will be cancelled for students enrolled in less than 14 credits. Academic scholarships may ONLY be prorated in a student's final term at BYU-Idaho when graduting with a 4 year degree. This proration request must be made online by completing the Scholarship Proration Request. No academic scholarships will be prorated below 6 credits.