According to the University’s Financial Aid Office, more than 75% of U of L students receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, grants, loans or work/study programs. All students applying for federal and state aid should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available through the University of Louisville's Financial Aid Office.
In addition to the awards offered by the University of Louisville, the J.B. Speed School of Engineering has a generous scholarship program specifically designed to help students and their families offset the costs involved with achieving a quality engineering education.
Speed School Scholarships:
Designed to assist incoming freshmen, these privately-funded scholarships range in value from several hundred dollars to full tuition. Each individual scholarship has its own eligibility criteria; however, only one application is needed. Speed staff will match scholarship requirements to qualifying applicants and award accordingly.
Email Tom Brammer, Director of Admissions, or phone (502) 852-4672 if you have questions about Speed School financial assistance.
The University of Louisville provides scholarships to new freshmen based upon academic merit. All scholarships are competitive with the exception of National Merit Scholars, Governor’s Scholars, and Governor’s School for the Arts.
National Scholars Program:
Upon admission to the University of Louisville, incoming freshmen from outside Kentucky considers students for awards reigning from $5,000 to $12,000 per year based on academic merit. A scholarship application is not required, but seniors must apply for admission by February 15. For specific details about the National Scholars Program please visit UofL Admissions.
Students from reciprocity counties (Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington) can attend the University at in-state tuition rates.
Learn more about the University of Louisville scholarships.