Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships and grants are a type of aid that doesn’t need to be repaid.

Scholarships and grants are a type of aid that doesn’t need to be repaid. All kinds of organizations can offer scholarships — from nonprofit organizations to religious groups to private companies. However, in this section, we will focus on government grants and West Coast University scholarships.

Federal Grants

The federal government offers need-based grants, such as the Pell Grant, to qualifying students. The first step to apply is to fill out the FAFSA. If you qualify for a grant from the federal government, it will be included in your financial aid package.

State Grants

Our Florida and California students may qualify for additional grants from their state governments. To learn about available grants, visit the following websites:

West Coast University Scholarships

WCU offers a variety of institutional scholarships. The application process and eligibility requirements can vary. Your Financial Aid advisor can help you determine eligibility. To get started, check out the full list of current scholarships on our catalog:

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