National University is dedicated to making higher education affordable, as well as accessible. Through NU scholarship offerings, eligible students are able to reduce the financial burden of college, start classes sooner, and finish their programs faster while focusing on achieving their goals.
NU Funded Scholarships and Grants
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Year of You ScholarshipCommitted to Supporting You — All Year Long National University is committed to supporting you all the way through your chosen program.The cost of education should never be a barrier to earning your degree. That’s why the Year of You Scholarship was created to remove the financial barriers for h…
Associate or Bachelor's or Master's or
Military Spouses Scholarship35 Military Spouse Scholarships Awarded Annually National University is a military-friendly, Yellow Ribbon school dedicated to giving back. We want to ensure you and your family have access to a quality education so you can achieve the future you want. That’s why we’re offering 35 new scholarshi…
Jean Leonard ScholarshipCelebrating the Life and Legacy of an Education Champion The Jean Leonard Scholarship promotes diversity and access to higher education by providing an annual $20,000 scholarship to students pursuing degrees in education or STEM. The scholarship is open to incoming and current NU students who are se…
MA in SEL ScholarshipMaster of Arts in Social Emotional Learning Scholarship Opportunity The MA in SEL Scholarship will reward outstanding applicants who have demonstrated the potential for academic excellence with a partial scholarship to promote leadership in social emotional learning in their future schools, district…
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Veterans, Spouses, and Dependents ScholarshipGet 25% Off Tuition This scholarship is designed to reduce tuition expenses for veterans and their family members who are not using, or do not have access to the Post-9/11 GI Bill or Fry Scholarship. It may be used by spouses and dependents in conjunction with the Dependents’ Educational Assistanc…
Community College Life Changer ScholarshipFull-Tuition Scholarship Opportunity for Community College Employees National University is pleased to announce a full-tuition scholarship opportunity available to any employees of Community Colleges. Spring 2022 Winner Congratulations to our Spring 2022 winner, Silva Jajo! You can learn more about …
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The Opportunity ScholarshipOpening New Doors for Adult Learners Through a historic $30 million investment, National University is proud to offer the Opportunity Scholarship — a need- and program-based award designed to reduce the cost of undergraduate tuition, ease financial stress, and make earning your degree more achieva…
All Degree Types
Honors Fellows for Social Change ScholarshipEarn A Full-Tuition Scholarship for Your Dedication to Social Change You want to use your education to make a difference in the world. We want to help you with the Honors Fellows for Social Change Scholarship. This unique program is an academic minor designed for National University students current…
Scholarship Policies & Approach
Each year, National University awards tuition scholarships and grants to educationally and economically disadvantaged students. All scholarships and grants are based upon the eligibility rules that focus on financial needs.
National University’s awards are considered “last money” tuition scholarships. These awards are designed to supplement, but not replace, federal and state financial aid, employer tuition assistance, and student income. Awards are credited directly to the financial accounts of recipients. The number of scholarships disbursed depends upon the availability of allocated funds. As a nonprofit institution, National University tries to provide as many scholarship and grant opportunities as possible.
National University is an independent, accredited, post-secondary educational institution that does not discriminate in any of its policies, procedures, or practices on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, handicap, veteran status, or medical condition.
Admission advisors and financial aid advisors will assist you in applying for a University-funded award. However, it is your responsibility to read and comply with the policies and procedures contained in the University catalog prior to applying for a scholarship.
Please review the accompanying scholarship information. If you meet the eligibility criteria for an award and are in need of financial assistance, you are encouraged to apply.
If you have any questions, please call (858) 642-8185, or email [email protected].
We have start dates every four weeks for most programs, although some programs have strict start dates: some examples include Educational Counseling, School Psychology, MSN, BSN, MAC, and specific on-site programs.
Each one of our scholarships is unique; once you’ve selected the right one for your needs, click on the link and follow the prompts.