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.
With the FIU scholarship search tool, admitted students can search for scholarships by requirement, create a profile and track their scholarship awards all in one place. As soon as you apply to FIU and received a Panther ID, you can log in with your FIU username and password to apply.
Your department or program may offer scholarships to a select number of students. Find scholarships through the FIU Scholarship Search. The FIU Office of Scholarships helps students find and complete applications for many FIU scholarships as well as others not offered by the university. Competition for scholarships is high among grad school students, so working with the Office of Scholarships to improve your application can help give you a competitive edge.
Information regarding additional forms of funding, including assistantships and fellowships, can be found on the University Graduate School’s Funding Page.