Scholarships & Grants

Antioch University Los Angeles has a number of Institutional scholarships and grants available. Below is the list for the 2013-14 year:

  • New Student Grant – available to students entering a program for the first time, and provides a 25% tuition discount (based on first term pricing). Click here for the application and instructions. (MAOM and MANM not included)
  • Stephen Leiter Scholarship – offers a $1,000 scholarship opportunity for undergraduate students only. (This is a donor-funded scholarship and the Financial Aid Office provides details and applications to continuing students as funds become available.)
  • Micucci Scholarship – offers a $500 scholarship opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students. (This is a donor-funded scholarship and the Financial Aid Office provides details and applications to continuing students as funds become available.)
  • President’s Student Scholarship – offers a $1,000 scholarship opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students. (This is a donor-funded scholarship and the Financial Aid Office provides details and applications to continuing students as funds become available.)

Some of these may require you to write an essay and/or a “thank you” note.

Our new Masters in Non-Profit Management program has scholarships for new students available here: http://www.antiochla.edu/academics/ma-non-profit-management/overview-of-scholarship-opportunities/

At AULA, we are always on the lookout for the best scholarship opportunities available outside of our institution. For a list of the ones we have found, please click here.  This is updated every three months.

For more options, we suggest you try these websites:
www.fastweb.com
www.finaid.org
http://www.chegg.com/
http://www.myscholly.com/
www.collegeanswer.com
www.scholarshiphelp.org
https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search
http://collegenet.com/elect/app/app
http://schoolsoup.com/scholarship-directory

Keep in mind: if a scholarship application asks you to pay a fee, it is probably a scam. Scholarships and grants are free money, and it should not cost you anything to apply.

Also, please remember to report any scholarships you are awarded to the Financial Aid Office so that they can be added to your award letter.

Happy hunting!