Seton Hill Offers Both Need-Based & Merit-Based Aid
Traditional undergraduate students at Seton Hill University are considered for both financial need-based aid and merit-based aid.
Financial need-based aid is awarded based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and includes grants, loans and work-study employment.
Merit-based aid, including a wide variety of scholarships, is awarded to incoming students on the basis of academic excellence, demonstrated achievement in extracurricular activities or special talents. (Art majors must submit a portfolio to be considered for some scholarships.)
The majority of our competitive financial aid packages combine need and merit-based aid.
Scholarships for Art Majors Include:
Other Scholarships & Aid Opportunities
The financial aid for undergraduate programs section of our site contains even more information about scholarships, grants, loans, tuition discounts, military benefits, work-study and the financial aid process.