Many local, national and international organizations offer assistance to students. Organizations offer opportunities such as scholarships, grants, internships, fellowships, competitions and loans. Saint Louis University does not control these funds. Although we regularly update the database, some information may have changed. Funding agencies can quickly change their requirements and deadlines. For more information, all questions regarding these external scholarships should be directed towards the contact shown on the listing. As you are looking through the database, please keep the following in mind:
1) These sources of assistance are completely external from Saint Louis University. We have no control over the aid or the processes. Many of these are nationally and internationally competitive programs.
2) All the information that we have has been included in these listings. For further information on each type of loan or scholarship, please contact the organization or their site using the information shown after the listing.
3) We have listed the information for your use but we cannot guarantee that all listings are correct and/or complete. If you find that some information is incorrect and/or wrong, please contact Financial Aid Coordinator and provide the corrected information.
4) If you are writing for information, remember to include a self-addressed stamped #10 envelope (SASE). Many agencies will not reply to information requests without a SASE.
5) Deadlines are listed, but contact the organizations as early as possible in case of any changes to the scholarship/loan/competition.
6) Gather information early to apply as soon as possible.
7) Most of the scholarships are limited to U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Loans and scholarships specifically targeting international students are grouped under the International Student heading.
The criteria for each program is listed under each program heading. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship/loan/competition, it is recommend that you contact the organization as early as possible to obtain applications, additional criteria and information on program changes. If you have any questions, please contact the School of Law Office of Financial Aid.