At Bristol University, we strive to offer a wide variety of options for paying for your education.
Scholarships are grants made to support a student's education. This "gift money" does not need to be repaid. Outside scholarships may be available from civic and private organizations and foundations based on your academic interests, outstanding academic record, ethnicity, or parents' employment. Check with your high school counseling office about the availability of such options in addition of our list. Additional outside scholarship information may be found by exploring the following sites:
Bristol University lists the links above to outside scholarship sources as a resource for students. Bristol University is not responsible for nor endorses the services provided by others. Please understand that by using the provided links, you are doing so at your own risk.
Federal Financial Aid
At the moment, Bristol University cannot accept FAFSA.
Work Awards (Work Study)
Work awards provide funds that are earned through part-time campus employment to assist students in financing the costs of their education. Students may apply for open campus jobs and work up to 20 hours per week. “Payment” is credited to student’s account and may be used to pay for tuition and fees.
Students who will be paying tuition are required to pay each semester in full.