Scholarships help you graduate from FIU with your degree and with little to no debt. Scholarships are usually merit-based financial aid (awarded based on your grades and achievements) but some may have need-based requirements as well. Apply to as many scholarships as you can and apply early to increase your chance of being awarded.
FIU Collegeboard National Recognition Programs
- Tuition fee waiver a stipend up to
- 1 December 2022
• Be a newly admitted FIU first year student • Students who qualify for Presidential/Ambassador scholarships and are selected as a finalist. • Submit 2 letters of recommendation • Write an essay response to a prompt
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Awards full tuition, stipend for books and $1000 stipend towards meal plan each semester.
Applicants must have the scores sent directly to FIU when they register for the SAT or ACT so the scores can be received by the university in time for scholarship consideration. November 5, SAT/October 22, ACT- are the last test dates that will be considered for the scholarship eligibility; all other supporting credentials and a completed application should already be received by the scholarship application deadline.