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Scholarships and Grants
Piedmont offers the personal and immersive benefits of a small, private college education at the cost of a large flagship public school.
Financing your college career is a collaborative effort here at Piedmont. Merit scholarships can assist with the overall cost of your college degree. Nearly 1,900 students, upon acceptance, received academic scholarships, grants, and part-time work-study aid valued at approximately $12.5 million in the most recent academic year.
Scholarships and grants are offered by many organizations, including national honor societies, local businesses, churches, and more. We encourage students to be proactive regarding outside scholarships.
There are numerous scholarships available for Piedmont University students. Click the buttons below to view the full listings:
For incoming freshmen, high school counselors are often valuable resources in the search for additional funds and many maintain lists of local scholarships you may be eligible to receive. To be considered for any need-based financial aid (including grants and loans), submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Other helpful links:
Federal Aid: www.studentaid.ed.gov
State Aid: www.gafutures.org