Helping You Move Up
Aid offered at Seton Hill for traditional full-time undergraduate students comes in two types: financial need-based aid and merit-based aid. Merit-based aid does not take need into account; most often it takes the form of scholarships for academic success, special talents or athletics. The types of need and merit-based aid Seton Hill can offer (or can help you obtain) includes:
Scholarships & Grants
Grants and scholarships reduce your tuition and do not have to be repaid. Once you are accepted at Seton Hill, we’ll match you up with the scholarships and grants for which you are eligible. (In cases where auditions or special applications are needed, we’ll let you know in advance.)
"Seton Hill University has wonderful scholarship opportunities to help kids pursue their career goals. I have benefited greatly from the scholarship program as Seton Hill rewarded my academic achievements in high school. The University has a great financial aid program that helps keep college affordable."
- Charles Moorehead, SHU '14
Seton Hill is a Military-Friendly School and participates in the New Post – 9/11 GI Bill and the Yellow Ribbon Program.
Federal and state work-study jobs are a part of many need-based financial aid packages. Usually at Seton Hill University, the student employee works from five to eight hours per week at minimum wage. Satisfactory performance is required for continued employment.
Once your final cost has been decided, we can also help you enroll in an interest-free payment plan, if needed. This allows you to pay your tuition in small amounts over a period of time.
Reducing the Cost of Tuition
Tuition discounts are available for undergraduate courses in special cases, for instance, if you already have an undergraduate degree and are returning to Seton Hill to take additional courses, are still enrolled in high school, or are a parent of a Seton Hill student or graduate.
College in High School & Dual Enrollment
Seton Hill’s College in High School and Dual Enrollment programs allow current high school students to take Seton Hill courses on campus, online, or at their own high school, at a greatly reduced cost.
Other Sources of Aid
In addition to the aid Seton Hill can offer (or can help you obtain), there are a variety of scholarships, grants, paid internships and private loans available from other sources that can also be used toward the cost of your education. There are guides to financial aid sources available at the library and bookstores; you can also find resources online.