Scholarships and Aid for Undergraduate Students
Through generous donations from alumni, friends and corporate sponsors, the college awards nearly $1 million in scholarships to incoming and current undergraduate students annually. Learn more about scholarships for:
Students must be enrolled as a full-time CFANS student (at least 13 credits per semester), show evidence of making due progress on the four-year degree plan in an approved CFANS major and remain in good academic standing. Other eligibility criteria are outlined on applications and/or award information sheets.
Committees select students based on criteria outlined for each scholarship, such as academic achievement, professional promise, leadership, involvement, contribution to diversity, work experience and financial need.
Other Funding Options
There are many financial resources—such as grants, loans or work-study opportunities—available to prospective and current CFANS students:
- University Admissions: Cost, Aid and Scholarships
Outlines options for prospective students interested in the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus.
- One Stop Academic Support Resources: Finance Services and Resources
Includes links about costs and tuition, billing, money management and financial aid (scholarships, grants, loans, work-study and other resources). The scholarship page provides extensive resources including links to University and non-University scholarships, search tools and writing tips.
- External Scholarships related to CFANS majors
There are many CFANS-related scholarship opportunities provided by external organizations, companies, and other U of M offices. Take advantage of them!