Worldwide Scholarship Opportunities

Embry-Riddle Worldwide recognizes the investment students and their families make when choosing a private college, so providing financial assistance to aid students who have demonstrated academic achievement is important. 

By offering scholarship opportunities, Embry-Riddle Worldwide would like to alleviate some of that burden. Students must be admitted into a degree-seeking program of study to receive any Worldwide scholarship opportunities.

Scholarships for Incoming Freshman

New incoming freshman are automatically considered for one or more of the following scholarships upon admission. In addition to the admissions requirements, scholarship recipients must meet all eligibility requirements per scholarship listed below. Selected students will receive an award notice to their Embry-Riddle email account. Award amounts may vary depending on the type of scholarship and available funding.

Renewable Criteria

The following scholarships are renewable for up to four years of study, provided you maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of a 3.0, enroll in 4 Terms at Full-time (6 credit hours per term) – completing 24 credit hours in the academic year, and maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). A separate application is not required. Students who meet the minimum criteria are automatically considered for the award. Additional documentation may be required.

Please note: ERAU Worldwide and Online terms are 9 weeks in duration and 6 credit hours in one term is considered full-time.

Minimum Selection criteria:

  • Admitted as a Freshman
  • Admitted in an undergraduate degree-seeking program
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) required
  • FAFSA Results – Expected Family Contribution (EFC) must be in the range of 0-5500
  • Enroll full-time (6 credit hours) in 4 Terms (Track 1* or Track 2*)
    • Track 1* (One) Online Track Only: July Term - September Term - November Term - February Term
    •  Track 2* (Two) Blended Track: August Term - October Term - January Term - March Term

*Please note: The Track assigned on your award notice is the track that you must register for classes in order to receive a financial aid disbursement. This track becomes locked in and cannot change.

Renewable Criteria:

  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • FAFSA renewal
  • FAFSA Results with EFC range of 0-5500
  • Maintained Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
  • Enroll Full-time per term (6 credit hours per term)
  • Completed 24 credit hours last academic year (if start term was July (Track 1*) or August (Track 2*)

*Please note: The Track assigned on your award notice is the track that you must register for classes in order to receive a financial aid disbursement. This track becomes locked in and cannot change.

Minimum Selection criteria:

  • Admitted as a Freshman
  • Admitted in an undergraduate degree-seeking program
  • Enroll full-time (6 credit hours) in 4 Terms (Track 1* or Track 2*)
    • Track 1* (One) Online Track Only: - July Term - September Term - November Term – February Term
    • Track 2* (Two) Blended Track: - August Term - October Term - January Term - March Term

*Please note: The Track assigned on your award notice is the track that you must register for classes in order to receive a financial aid disbursement. This track becomes locked in and cannot change.

Renewable Criteria:

  • Maintain cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Maintained Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
  • Enroll Full-time term (6 credit hours per term)
  • Completed 24 credit hours last academic year (if start term was July (Track 1*) or August (Track 2*)

*Please note: The Track assigned on your award notice is the track that you must register for classes in order to receive a financial aid disbursement. This track becomes locked in and cannot change.

Project Management

eProject Management scholarship opportunities are designed to financially assist the brightest students seeking a degree in Project Management who have shown leadership abilities in their work environment while pursuing a degree and maintaining an outstanding academic record. 

The Project Management scholarship is an award that provides assistance to students towards tuition, fees and books. The scholarship is open to international students and the eligibility criterion varies for graduate and undergraduate students. Funds must be used within the academic year they are awarded. 

Recipients will be chosen by the Worldwide Senate Committee and awarded by the Worldwide Financial Aid Office.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Must be in the Project Management degree program.
  2. Must be full time, three credit hours, per term awarded.
  3. Must maintain the Standards of Academic Progress.
  4. Must maintain a 3.5 CGPA.
  5. Must complete the Project Management scholarship application.
  6. Applicants are not required to be U.S. citizens.

Award Information:

Two students will be selected to receive a total of $3,000 for the academic year. Funds will be evenly disbursed across four terms within the academic year. 

If the student is sponsored by a 3rd party they can receive $100 per book per course. Students must be enrolled in three credit hours in each term to receive the award.

Students can only receive the award one time per academic year.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Must be in the Project Management degree program.
  2. Must be full time, six credit hours, per term awarded.
  3. Must maintain the Standards of Academic Progress.
  4. Must maintain a 3.5 CGPA.
  5. Must complete the Project Management scholarship application.
  6. Applicants are not required to be U.S. citizens.

Award Information:

Two students will be selected to receive a total of $2,000 for the academic year. Funds will be evenly disbursed across four terms within the academic year. 

If the student is sponsored by a third party they can receive $100 per book per course. Students must be enrolled in six credit hours in each term to receive the award.

Students can only receive the award one time per academic year.

Women in Aviation

The Women in Aviation scholarship is an award that provides assistance to students towards tuition for one, three-credit-hour course. The scholarship is open to graduate, undergraduate and international students who are members of the Women in Aviation Chapter. Both women and men are invited and welcome to join the chapter and apply for the scholarship. Not a Women in Aviation Chapter member? Join today: https://sites.erau.edu/ww-women-in-aviation/join/

Recipients will be chosen by the Worldwide Women in Aviation Committee and awarded by the Worldwide Financial Aid Office. Recipients will be notified using their Embry-Riddle email account. Funds must be used within the academic year they are awarded. 

Applications are open for this scholarship from March 1 through April 30 each year.

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. Must be in an undergraduate or graduate degree seeking program.
  2. Must be in one, three-credit-hour course for the term awarded.
  3. Must maintain the Standards of Academic Progress.
  4. Must maintain a 3.0+ CGPA.
  5. Must complete the Worldwide Women in Aviation scholarship application.
  6. Applicants are not required to be U.S. citizens.
  7. Must be a Women in Aviation Chapter and Embry-Riddle Worldwide Women in Aviation Chapter member.
  8. A letter of recommendation from a professional peer or supervisor, resume and unofficial transcripts are required upon completion of the application.

Award Information:

One student will be selected to receive a one-time tuition award for one, three-credit-hour course within his/her degree program. Funds will disburse after add/drop for the respective term and after 3rd party assistance has been verified. Funds must be used within the academic year they are awarded.

The Scholarship Policy applies to this award.

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