Gift of Education Scholarship
This holiday season, give yourself the Gift of Education*
*Up to $5,000 awarded annually.
Treat Yourself this Holiday Season
Tired of unwrapping boring coffee mugs and the same old slippers? This holiday season, treat yourself to the gift that keeps on giving — National University’s Gift of Education Scholarship. Invest in your own future by earning one of our bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees.
About the Scholarship
The holiday season is the perfect opportunity for a fresh new start — New Years’ resolutions, . If you feel like earning a degree is financially difficult, our Gift of Education Scholarship can help provide the support you need to secure your future.
Apply for the Gift of Education Scholarship today and give yourself the gift that truly keeps on giving — up to $5,000 award annually!
How It Works
The NU Gift of Education Scholarship will award selected students with a $500-per-course scholarship, which averages $5,000 annually.
- Pursuing a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree.
- Beginning courses between November 1, 2023 and February 5, 2024.
- A current student with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for bachelor’s programs, 3.0 for master’s or doctoral programs
- Demonstrating a financial need as determined by the FAFSA and Gift of Education Scholarship application
National University’s Gift of Education Scholarship can offer the additional support you need to make this new school year the most successful one yet.
Applications must be submitted by December 31, 2023.
To begin the application process, click here. All applicants will be reviewed for eligibility and award decision will be communicated directly to each learner.
Steps to Follow
- Apply for the Gift of Education Scholarship using the form below. Submit your scholarship submission form by December 31, 2023 and begin your program between November 1, 2023 and February 5, 2024.
- Apply to National University
“I had an opportunity of a lifetime to get my Master’s paid for and a stipend. You won’t know unless you try.”
– Vania R.