Undergraduate Merit Scholarships
Our merit scholarships are based on your final cumulative high school grade
point average (G.P.A.) and ACT/SAT scores. If you are a transfer student, click here for information about transfer scholarships. Scholarships
are awarded beginning with your freshman year and are renewable for up to four years (a total of five years of scholarship aid).
This table is an approximation of the merit scholarship amount you could be awarded. Use our Net Price Calculator for a more accurate estimation of your merit scholarship amount.
*Merit scholarships are generally renewable for up to four years (total of
five years of scholarship aid), but are limited to students who are
taking at least 12 undergraduate credit hours.
For a more detailed look at your potential merit scholarship, see our Merit Scholarship Matrix Chart.
Scholarship Competition Day
The University of Findlay’s Scholarship Competition Day is an opportunity for exceptionally well-qualified applicants to compete for scholarship money. Scholarships awarded are in addition to the academic scholarships and financial aid that we offer to qualified students. These half-day competitions are by invitation only and are held three times a year, in December, January and March. Dozens of scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 are awarded at each competition day. Call Undergraduate Admissions at 419-434-4732 for more information.
Choose Ohio First Scholarship
The Choose Ohio First is a program created with
the intention to advance: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, (STEMM)
education fields. Ultimately, by supporting students in STEMM education fields,
the state of Ohio hopes to create a more sophisticated workforce that will
improve Ohio's economy. The Choose
Ohio First scholarship provides direct financial support to current and future
students of STEMM education degrees. The
University of Findlay has five different majors where students can take
advantage of the Choose Ohio First scholarships
- Education - Undergraduate
- Education - Post Baccalaureate
- Computer Science
your sophomore year, you can continue to reduce the cost of your
education by earning one or more of the University’s endowed
scholarships. Click on the links below to find out more about
scholarships available for specific majors and interests.
Other Financial Aid Sources
There are several other types of financial aid available for incoming freshmen.
- Knowlton Foundation Scholarship
- UF Art Scholarships
- Music and Theater Scholarships
- UF Athletic Scholarships
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Grants
- Ohio College Opportunity Grants (for Ohio residents only)
- Pennsylvania Higher Education Grants (PA residents only)
- Federal Perkins Loans
- Federal Direct Loans
- Federal Direct PLUS Loans
- Alternative Loans
- Federal Work-Study
- University Work-Study