At South University, we don’t want anything to get in the way of your professional growth. In addition to financial aid, we offer several scholarships to qualifying students. Campus leadership and scholarship committees on each of our campuses work with The Education Foundation to review and reward hundreds of scholarships across our network of locations across the country. If you’re interested in applying for a scholarship, please be aware of all eligibility requirements and deadlines. You can download the application here.
The Education Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation is supported by contributions from multiple sources and provides scholarships to students who attend Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) owned schools.
To get more information about financial aid, or if you want to find out more about a South University education, complete our Request Information online form and an admissions representative will be in touch with you soon.
South University, Online Programs’ New and Re-entry Undergraduate First Step Scholarship is a one-time tuition scholarship in the amount of the cost of one course within the eligible student's first academic year.* This scholarship opportunity is available for eligible new and reentry students starting a South University, Online Programs undergraduate program by 11/30/17 or 12/14/17. Contact an admissions representative to learn more about this scholarship opportunity.
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The South University, Online Programs New and Re-entry Undergraduate First Step Scholarship is currently not available to new and re-entry students who are residents of Ohio.
*Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
A Veterans Affairs official is available at each of our campuses and online to assist students with benefit information and financial aid options.
South University provides a need-based Institutional Grant to students who demonstrate financial need and are attending as full-time undergraduate students.