Federal Financial Aid Programs
Financial Aid & Scholarship can help make a degree financially possible for every qualified BYU–Hawaii student. However, federal financial aid is just one part of a payment strategy that should include money saved by the family and student for attending school.
Federal Student Aid programs offered at BYU–Hawaii include:
- Pell Grants
- Stafford Loans (Subsidized and Unsubsidized)
- Parent Plus Loan (Parent Loan for undergraduate students)
- Teach Grant
Please, note that:
- Students must be eligible for financial aid, complete all processing, meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements, and be enrolled in sufficient eligible credit hours before funds are disbursed.
- Students enrolled as visiting or non-degree seeking are not eligible for federal aid, scholarships, or any other financial aid.
- Financial Aid & Scholarship regularly updates its information regarding student financial aid applicants/recipients. As information changes, an applicant’s award eligibility may be affected. For example, additional financial aid, including but not limited to scholarships and other monies awarded or identified after a tentative award has been determined, may reduce or eliminate your eligibility. In some instances, financial aid recipients may even be required to repay a portion or all of their award.
- If it is necessary to adjust or modify your award, Financial Aid & Scholarship will attempt to notify you of the change.
- If you are convicted of a controlled substance-related offense while receiving federal financial aid, your aid eligibility will be impacted.
As a courtesy, Financial Aid & Scholarship makes the following guide available to any BYU–Hawaii incoming domestic students.