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All new students are considered for academic scholarships at Bryant as part of the admission application process. You do not need to apply for financial aid to be considered. Scholarships range from $5,000 to $30,000 per year.
The Office of Financial Aid maintains an online listing of scholarships available through many companies and organizations.
First-Time Freshman Academic Scholarships
Bryant University offers a range of scholarships to outstanding applicants. Recipients are selected based on a variety of considerations including high school grade point average, SAT performance (if submitted), high school class rank, student leadership and participation, etc. Scholarships are renewable for up to four consecutive years (eight semesters) of full-time undergraduate study at Bryant, based on academic performance requirements specified in the scholarship letter from the Office of Admission. Academic scholarships are awarded at the time of admission.
Transfer Student Academic Scholarships
If you are applying for admission to Bryant as a transfer student, we will review your eligibility for a limited number of academic scholarships. These scholarships are renewable as long as you maintain appropriate academic standing.
Bryant offers a limited number of scholarships through some of its men’s and women’s varsity programs. For further information, contact the Department of Athletics at (401) 232-6070.
When two or more siblings from the same family are simultaneously enrolled as full-time traditional undergraduates, the second student receives a tuition discount of 10 percent from the University, as long as both continue to be enrolled. Students must contact the Office of Financial Aid to apply.
One full-tuition scholarship is awarded per year to the top-ranked (using weighted rank) Smithfield High School graduate who is in the top 10 percent of his/her class and has been admitted to Bryant. This scholarship is renewable for four consecutive years of full-time study if the student maintains the designated GPA.