The College of Education and Human Ecology not only helps students earn a world-class education, we award financial assistance to outstanding students.
We know paying for college can be a hardship to some people. That's why our donors support students with more than $1.5 million in aid for scholarships, fellowships and grants each year.
We view financial aid holistically. Not only do we consider academic credentials, scholarship essays and financial need may be used to determine winners. Check all our eligibility requirements to ensure your best chance at being considered for an EHE scholarship.
This information is important to securing a scholarship from us, as well as other financial aid resources you may be eligible to receive – be it professional development, junior leaders service learning program, external scholarships and unique opportunities.
Additionally, the scholarships office supports innovative programs and research initiatives designed to enhance the student experience.
We hope you will take advantage of these unique resources to help you in your college education.
If you need more information, our frequently asked questions can help.