Scholarships and Grants
How can you find scholarships through Cabrini?
Scholarships and grants may be based on academic merit, financial need, or both.
- Scholarships and grants are exclusively applied to tuition and fees.
- These awards are considered “gift aid” and do not need to be repaid by the student.
- Awards may be affected if a student changes his/her on-campus residency or number of credits taken per semester (less than 12 credits per semester).
- If federal or state allocation of financial aid funds to Cabrini are adjusted at any time, Cabrini reserves the right to adjust financial aid awards as necessary.
- All student financial aid awards are contingent on availability of funds.
Looking for ways to search for additional scholarships?
See the list at the bottom of this page for some of the resources available to you.
In addition to Cabrini scholarships and grants, many external scholarships are available to students, including (but not limited to) the following:
The HACU Scholarship Program - Varies
As a member of the Hispanic Association of College and Universities current Cabrini University students may qualify to apply for their many scholarships.
Scholarships for Minority Students
Affordable Colleges On line has created an on line guide to help students learn where to find and access scholarship money.
Scholarship opportunities are organized by demographics.
- The deadline to apply varies by scholarship.
- Apply at www.affordablecollegesonline.org/financial-aid-for-minorities.
Alice Lawson Scholarship - $1,500.00
“The American Association of University Women (AAUW) West Chester Branch awards the Alice Lawson Scholarship in the amount of $1500 to an undergraduate student 25 years of age or older.”
GPA requirement: 3.0 GPA
Grade Level: 60 credits and above
Additional requirements: Female, 25 and older, completing undergraduate degree, resides in Chester County or attends a Chester County school
Allied Health Scholarships
AlliedTravelCareers.com is awarding one (1) $1,000 allied health scholarship to undergraduate allied health students for the Spring 2023 semester, and one (1) $1,000 allied health scholarship to undergraduate allied health students for the Fall 2023 semester.
To participate in the scholarship contest, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be a legal U.S. resident.
- Be an undergraduate student pursuing a bachelor's degree in allied health at an accredited U.S. school.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Additional Resources that Cabrini Recommends for Searching for Scholarship Opportunities:
o This free scholarship search tool accesses over 6 million scholarships worth up to $30 billion
o Monthly $1,000 sweepstakes for registered users
We highly recommend looking locally for scholarship opportunities. Check with community organizations, employers, businesses, etc.