International students can apply for many scholarships that are reserved exclusively for international students and can also search for other scholarships that accept both national and international applicants.
Because eligibility criteria can vary widely between programs, carefully review the eligibility criteria for each scholarship or grant to determine if international students can apply. Please review the listings below.
The TU Admissions Office offers "International Student Scholarships" to new undergraduate students. Award amounts range from $2,000 to $11,000. Recipients are selected based on a competitive selection process that considers your academic record and your admission application date.
To apply for this scholarship, you must submit a complete international student admission application and all admission application documents to TU. Apply early because these funds are limited and are awarded based on a competitive and first-come, first-served process. You do not need to submit a separate scholarship application. If you receive one of these scholarships, we will notify you in your admission offer packet.
TU is thrilled to participate in the #YouAreWelcomeHere campaign. This includes offering several #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarships to international freshman undergraduate applicants. The scholarship amount is equal half of the cost of our tuition, based on our 2020-2021 rates. (Students who receive this scholarship, can't also receive the "International Student Scholarship" listed above.)
Students who are awarded this highly competitive scholarship will be notified in spring 2020. Awardees will then need to pay the enrollment contract and accept the scholarship by May 1, 2020.
The following additional TU scholarship listings include some scholarships that allow International Student applicants. Carefully review the eligibility criteria for each scholarship. International students are not eligible for any MHEC aid programs or TU Admission scholarships with SAT/ACT criteria.
Because most international students DO NOT meet the citizenship requirements for U.S. federal financial aid programs, they are not eligible to apply for any of the following aid programs: