Scholarships are a form of gift aid, which means that they do not require either repayment or work. Most scholarships are based on academic achievement, leadership, community service or special talents. Some scholarships also consider financial need. While financial need is seldom the only factor considered, it can be a deciding factor when determining recipients.
Students are also encouraged to seek other scholarship opportunities in their community, from their high school counselors, from private organizations, their academic units, and through scholarship search Web sites. All outside scholarships should be reported to the Office of Financial Aid for processing and to be included in a financial aid package. If you have already received a financial aid award, the Office of Financial Aid will review your file to determine how any new resource affects your original award. If required to do so, the Office of Financial Aid will revise the amounts of your original award. The Office of Financial Aid will always notify you of any changes to your financial aid award.
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