Non-Resident Tuition Waiver for Summer 2020 (Undergraduates ONLY)
Students attending the Broward Campuses who do not meet Florida Residency requirements (non-residents) may qualify for a Fee Waiver to register for a certain number of credits at the in-state fee. For more information about the Fee Waiver, contact the Davie campus Admissions Office .
The Hundred Club of Broward County, Inc. established a scholarship to assist in paying for the educational-related expenses of full-time and part-time degree seeking students making satisfactory academic progress by maintaining a minimum grade point average of 2.0 while enrolled at FAU.
Recipients must be:
Recipients may also be the dependent, spouse or child of a living able bodied Broward County law enforcement officer/firefighter/peace officer or dependent spouse and child of a Veteran killed in the line of duty. Student must submit proof of their relationship as a dependent spouse or child of law enforcement office/firefighter/peace officer/ veteran or qualified individual killed or disabled while providing assistance to the fore mentioned persons.
Application Deadline: Last day Add/Drop period for the Fall or Spring semester.
For more information about scholarships or about how you can support FAU, please contact Derek Phillips , Associate Director of Student Financial Aid, at 954-236-1229.
Scholarships are given out once a year for the fall and spring semesters. It is important that you submit your admissions application and all required admissions documents before applying for a scholarship. Scholarship applications will be reviewed following acceptance. Students are awarded scholarships based on academic criteria and/or need. Ask for any needed recommendations early!
Types of Scholarships
There are two main groups of scholarships:
In addition, FAU has developed a Scholarship Search Database , which houses a comprehensive list of all available scholarships at Florida Atlantic University.