Brevard Invests
in Your Success

Apply for Scholarships & Aid

Your application for admission serves as your scholarship application.

Your Admissions Counselor will contact you regarding your admissions decision and scholarship eligibility when you submit your application for admission.

If you don't think your SAT or ACT scores accurately represent your academic abilities, apply Test Optional.

Info. for Parents & Families

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Half-Tuition and Merit Awards

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FAFSA
Forms

Fine Arts Scholarships

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Net Price Calculator

Experiential Academics

Honors Program Scholarships

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IWIL Scholarships

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The Yellow Ribbon Program

The Fine Print

Brevard College will not consider athletics leadership, ability, participation or performance as a criterion in the formulation of any financial aid award or financial aid package.

When you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you'll answer a question about your on-campus or off-campus status. The Financial Aid Office will award you financial aid based on this status. If you are approved by the Office of Residence Life to move off-campus after the Financial Aid Office has awarded you financial aid based on an on-campus status, then your financial aid award could be reduced by up to $3,000 per year.

If you are approved by the Office of Residence Life to move off campus during the academic year, then your financial aid award could be reduced by up to $3,000 per year.

Some awards may be replaced by equivalent donor-based endowed scholarships. These scholarships require a thank you note and/or participation in a donor dinner or reception

WE'RE HERE TO HELP!

If you have questions, contact the Admissions Office at 828.641.0461 or email admissions@brevard.edu.

We're happy to help!

99%

OF STUDENTS RECEIVE
FINANCIAL AID

$0

OUT-OF-STATE TUITION CHARGES

$26,600

AVERAGE FINANCIAL AID AWARD