Bryant & Stratton College Online offers a variety of scholarships to students pursuing an online degree.
- Adult Learner Scholarships
- Matching Scholarships
- Salute to Spouses Scholarship Program
- Additional Scholarship Resources
- Scholarship Charts By State
A Note on Scholarships
Students awarded scholarships may be enrolled part-time or full-time. Scholarship awards will be disbursed in increments of $600/$1200 per semester based on enrollment status. The total amount of awarded scholarships and grants cannot exceed the cost of tuition. Scholarship recipients must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and must continuously attend each semester.
Adult Learner Scholarships
Bryant & Stratton College Online Adult Learner Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. Awards are based on the applicant’s academic promise and the quality of the materials submitted to the Scholarship Committee. Scholarships may be awarded contingent upon the recipient applying for admission and being accepted to a Bryant & Stratton College Online degree program within the deadline for accepting a scholarship award.
The Adult Learner Scholarship will be valued at $400 for semesters of 12 credit hours, $300 for semesters of 9 credit hours and $200 for semesters of 6 credit hours, for a maximum value of $2000. Scholarship recipients must continuously attend each semester and maintain a GPA of 3.0.
To be eligible for the Adult Learner Scholarship, an applicant must:
- Enroll for the first time as a full or part-time student in an online degree program at Bryant & Stratton College
- Meet all entrance requirements for matriculating students
- Complete application for enrollment and financial paperwork
- Attain a high school diploma or GED prior to the current year
To apply for the scholarship, an applicant must submit an essay to the Admissions Office. Please contact an Admissions Representative for scholarship details.
Additional details can also be found in our printed or online catalog.
Bryant & Stratton College Online offers matching scholarships to any student who has received an award from a professional organization with a valid academic scholarship program. These organizations, which cannot be affiliated with Bryant & Stratton College, are typically nonprofit organizations and may include (but are not limited to) unions, civic or fraternal groups, philanthropic societies, educational entities, professional groups and businesses.
Scholarships from private or public businesses must be reviewed and pre-approved by the College. The review will include an evaluation of the history of the program, past award amounts, award criteria, breadth of eligible award recipients and potential total annual award amounts. Scholarships provided to employees of public or private businesses must include eligibility criteria, in addition to employment, in order to be eligible for a matching scholarship. College-specific scholarships are excluded from the matching program. Please refer to our printed catalog for more details.
Salute to Spouses Scholarship Program
The Bryant & Stratton College Online Salute to Spouses Scholarship Program was developed to show support to military families, giving military spouses the opportunity to pursue their career goals and earn a professional degree.
The scholarship program offers $600,000 in awards to eligible military spouses. Eligible spouses who apply can receive up to $6,000 towards a Bryant & Stratton College Online degree.
To be eligible for the Salute to Spouses Scholarship, an applicant must:
- Provide a copy of spouse’s orders (which will indicate active duty status)
- Provide a copy of a marriage certificate
- Provide a copy of a high school diploma or equivalent
- Submit a written essay to http://www.salutetospouses.com
Additional Scholarship Resources
The sites listed below offer additional scholarship information and opportunities for students. Bryant & Stratton College Online is in no way affiliated with these external resources and thus is not responsible for the veracity or quality of their content.
Scholarship Charts by State
Online Scholarship Charts
New York Scholarship Charts
Ohio Scholarship Charts
Virginia Scholarship Charts
Wisconsin Scholarship Charts