Scholarship Information

There are a number of financial resources available to students that qualify for either need-based or merit-based aid. College Park Scholars encourages you to take advantage of as many of these opportunities. Often times, application materials for one scholarship can be used for multiple applications, thereby increasing your chances of success in seeking financial assistance.

Students who submit an application for undergraduate admission by the priority deadline of December 1st will be considered for merit scholarships. In order to be considered for need-based financial aid, a student must complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually. The FAFSA can be filed beginning on January 1st with students encouraged to submit the FAFSA no later than February 1st so the University receives your information prior to the priority deadline of February 15th. Any student, regardless of whether he or she matriculates at the University of Maryland, may complete the FAFSA.

National and Statewide Information:

Undergraduate Studies' National Scholarships Office
Maryland State Financial Assistance Programs & Applications
NOAA/Hollings Scholarship
National Security Agency Scholarship Programs
Fastweb

College Park Scholars Information:

College Park Scholars Citation Awards
College Park Scholars Co-Curricular Scholarship Information
This scholarship includes, but is not limited to: participation in Scholars-sponsored travel study experiences, research and Discovery projects, student leadership development opportunities, for-credit internships, and service-learning initiatives.

University of Maryland Information:

The University's Financial Aid Office
Undergraduate Admission's Merit Scholarships for Entering Freshmen
Maryland Alumni Association's Scholarship Page

Scholarships by College:

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
A. James Clark School of Engineering
School of Architecture
College of Arts and Humanities
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences
College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences
College of Education
Philip Merrill College of Journalism
School of Public Health
Robert H. Smith School of Business and Management

 

College Park Scholars

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