Undergraduate Funding

A scholarship is a financial aid award for higher education that does not need to be repaid. Scholarships can be based on need, merit, or other criteria. In general, Speed School students may be eligible for UofL, Speed School, and external scholarships.  The application process depends on whether the student is an incoming UofL student, a continuing student, a transfer student, or a student seeking an external scholarship. Additionally, grant opportunities may available to those who qualify. Speed School students are encouraged to pursue the following opportunities.

Please check each scholarship opportunity for eligibility requirements and application deadlines. Financial aid may be dependent on full-time enrollment, scholastic record, financial need, and availability.

Note: the deadline to apply is December 15 for incoming freshmen. 

Continuing Students are on a rolling deadline. 

Scholarship Opportunities

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Grant Opportunities

Grants are awards that are need-based and, like scholarships, do not need to be repaid. There are several grant options available to Speed School students.

Work Scholarship

Speed School students may receive a work scholarship in exchange for 5-10 hours/week working in an office or lab. New and current students must submit a work scholarship application  prior to the start of the upcoming semester.

Note: work scholarships are not associated with the Federal Work-Study Program.

Federal/State Grants

Other options are available through U.S. Government and Commonwealth of Kentucky programs. Make sure you complete a  Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.