Ashland University offers a broad range of scholarships and grants to recognize achievement in various areas. AU scholarships and grants are available to full-time, undergraduate students paying the comprehensive tuition rate and seeking their first bachelor’s degree. AU scholarships and grants are only available during the fall and spring semesters and are limited to standard direct costs paid to the university. Students may qualify for federal or state grants during summer sessions.
Ashland University is pleased to offer generous academic scholarships to first-year and transfer students who qualify. Academic scholarships are determined by reviewing a student's prior academic performance from their high school or prior college transcripts. Academic scores can be updated through August 1 (December 1 for Spring semester). Students accepted after August 1 will have their eligibility based on their academic scores at the time of admission.
Test Achievement Grant
The Test Achievement Grant is awarded to first-year, full-time students charged the AU comprehensive rate of tuition. We also accept SAT and CLT scores for scholarship consideration. Use the SAT Score Conversion or CLT Score Conversion to see if your SAT/CLT score qualifies you for the Test Achievement Grant!
|ACT Score||Amount||Renewal GPA|
|25 – 29||$1,000||2.00|
Additional Grants and Scholarships
NEW Scholarships for 2024-2025
Empower an Eagle Referral Scholarship
Before applying to AU, undergraduate students referred to AU who apply for admission will receive a $500 scholarship. The referral must be mentioned during the admissions application process. Students must be enrolled full-time and pay AU’s comprehensive tuition rate to be eligible. This scholarship is renewable for four years.
AU Sibling Scholarship
Siblings simultaneously enrolled at AU and both living on campus may receive 50% off their dorm housing costs. Students may continue to receive this scholarship until they graduate regardless of when their sibling graduates. This scholarship is renewable if the siblings live on campus, are enrolled full-time, and maintain a 2.5 cum GPA at the end of each academic year. This scholarship was implemented to assist with the removal of the “number in college” factor in the Student Aid Index (SAI) formula.