Ashland University offers a broad range of scholarships to recognize achievement in many different areas. If you’re an outstanding student, chances are there’s a scholarship or award available for you. Select a link above and see your opportunities for scholarships at Ashland. Your first step in receiving any aid, including scholarships, is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Federal Pell Grant
Students seeking financial assistance by using a Federal Pell Grant, may apply for this need-based federal grant by filing the FAFSA. Federal Pell Grants are limited to students with financial need, and who have not earned their first bachelor's degree. The amount of this grant varies.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
Ashland University awards Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (also commonly referred to by its acronym SEOG) to students who have high financial need. To apply, file the FAFSA. As with most grants, certain eligibility requirements must be met prior to award. The amount of this grant varies.
Federal TEACH Grant
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program is awarded to applicants that qualify. Eligible students may receive up to $4,000 per year with a maximum of up to 16,000 for undergraduate students. The grant is limited to students who plan to teach in a Title I school in shortage areas – math, science, foreign language, bilingual education, special education, reading specialist or high-need field approved by the Secretary of Education. Complete information and the application process are available at TEACH Grant.
Federal Yellow Ribbon Program
In partnering with the Veterans Administration in this program, Ashland University has agreed to match the funding provided by the Veterans Administration up to a total of $11,000. Approved applicants can receive up to $5,500 from both the Veterans Administration and Ashland University. The money from Ashland University may come from an institutional grant or scholarship. Up to 20 undergraduate students will be offered funding through this program on a first-come, first-served basis. Eligibility for the benefit is determined by Veterans Affairs and is limited to veterans who served in the armed forces for at least 36 months after September 10, 2001. Veterans interested in finding out more information about the program should contact their Veterans Affairs Office or visit the GI Bill website at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Ohio College Opportunity Grant (OCOG)
A grant provided by the Ohio Department of Higher Education. The Ohio College Opportunity Grant is available to eligible students who are residents of Ohio, and is based on financial need. To apply for this program, a student must file the FAFSA.
Ohio National Guard Tuition Grant
This program is offered to eligible members of the National Guard. This grant pays the average state-assisted university’s tuition costs at private institutions recognized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education. The grant is available for undergraduate studies, and determined by the State Adjutant General.
Ohio War Orphan Scholarship
Awarded to students whose parent served at least 90 days of active duty during a declared war or conflict and is severely disabled or deceased as a result of service. Applications are available from high school guidance counselors or veterans offices, and are determined by the Ohio Department of Higher Education.
Pennsylvania State Grant
This grant is available to eligible full-time students who are residents of Pennsylvania. The amount varies and is determined by the state of Pennsylvania. To apply for this grant, file the FAFSA. The amount of the grant varies.
For more information about Ashland Scholarships and Grants - Federal & State Awards, contact an AU Admissions Representative