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    Stevens Institutional Aid Programs

    Stevens is committed to assisting and investing in talented students as they strive to attain their educational goals. We offer a wide range of need-based grants and merit-based scholarships, many of which are made available thanks to our many generous friends and successful alumni.

    All academic awards at Stevens are renewable for four years (eight semesters) so long as the student meets the Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements . Eligibility for renewal is determined following each Spring semester. Students must be enrolled as full-time undergraduates (12 credits per semester) in order to receive the awards.  Dollar amounts range between $1,000 and full tuition. Merit scholarships are only offered upon enrollment into Stevens after review by the staff of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. New merit awards are not made to returning students.

    Stevens ROTC Matching Fund: awarded as long as ROTC Scholarship requirements are met; if the ROTC Scholarship is discontinued for any reason, the Stevens ROTC Matching Fund will be simultaneously discontinued.

    Note: the Stevens Grant is a need-based award and has no specific GPA requirement aside from the normal standards set for Satisfactory Academic Progress. Eligibility can fluctuate from one year to the next with the student's and family's financial circumstances and FAFSA data.

    All Financial Aid recipients are reviewed for renewal at the end of the Spring semester (including students out on Co-op for the Spring term). There are two possible outcomes for those recipients whose grade point average does not meet the standard required for renewal: cancellation or a probationary renewal, depending on the gap between the requirement and the student's performance. The Director of Financial Aid and the Dean of Undergraduate Academics will notify the recipient in writing, and students whose scholarship is cancelled or reduced have the right to appeal. The decision of the Appeal Committee is final.

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