Financial Aid & Scholarships
We’re ready to invest in your future—eighty-five percent of undergraduates have financial aid or scholarships.
To be eligible for the most financial aid and scholarships, you should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year.
Scholarships are awarded based on merit, financial need, or Tennessee residency, and some are renewable for up to four years!
Earn work study funds to help cover educational expenses by working part-time! Work study students earn an average of $3,000 per year.
Grants are reserved for students with the highest financial need and do not need to be repaid. Filing your FAFSA each year determines your Student Aid Index (SAI) and grant eligibility.
Student loans help cover educational expenses. All loans must be repaid, however some programs may offer low-interest rates and tax-deductible interest payments.
I’m from a town of 16,000, and I never thought that I would move to London, or move to DC for two separate summers. They invested in me and my experience to make sure that I could do that.Meredith Bailey
Invest In Your Future
We offer resources on campus to help you graduate on time and keep the cost of attendance low. Our Center for Financial Wellness helps students make responsible financial decisions, while One Stop Student Services is your one-stop shop for information about enrollment, academic records, making payments, and financial aid.