More than 85% of Woodbury University students receive some form of financial aid, with the average student financial aid package during the 2018-2019 academic year totaling over $29,500.
For undergraduate students, Woodbury University coordinates a comprehensive financial-aid program consisting of scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment through funding from state and federal programs, its own resources, and outside/private donors.
Merit Scholarships and Grants.
The following undergraduate Merit Scholarships are in effective for Fall 2020 admission:
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $18,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $16,000 [3.40–3.69 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $10,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $6,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $14,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $12,000 [3.4–3.69 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $9,000 [2.95–3.39 GPA]
→ WOODBURY GRANT $5,000 [2.50–2.94 GPA]
→ PRESIDENTIAL INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $10,000 [3.70 GPA and above]
→ DEAN INTERNATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP $6,000 [3.40-3.69 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $5,000 [2.95-3.39 GPA ]
→ WOODBURY INTERNATIONAL GRANT $4,000 [2.50-2.94 GPA ]
Note to students determined eligible for need-based financial aid: financial aid program regulations require the university to include these merit awards as a financial resource when assessing a student’s overall financial needs. Your merit award will be incorporated into your financial-aid package.
Woodbury University administers various scholarships derived from gifts and endowments given to the university by individuals and organizations. Special applications are not necessary for these funds; they are awarded based on availability of funds and the needs of the university as well as a combination of eligibility requirements, such as academic standing, financial need, or criteria specified by the donor.