Embry-Riddle Worldwide students are eligible to apply for State Scholarships, State Grants, University Institutional Scholarships, and External Scholarships. Awards are granted based on specific criteria. Scholarships and/or Grants can come from the federal government, your state government, the university, and a private or nonprofit organization.
Worldwide Scholarship opportunities are funds designed to reward students that have shown successful academic achievement.
University Institutional Scholarship opportunities are funds generously donated to the University in order that they should be passed along to students to help pay for their education.
External Scholarship opportunities are awarded to students to help pay for education by organizations independent from Embry-Riddle.
Scholarship funds will be reversed in their entirety for any student that drops/withdrawals/audits a course associated with a Worldwide Scholarship. This includes students that receive FX grades for nonattendance. Any balance created from the reversal will be the student's responsibility.
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