Scholarships not only help you cover the costs of your college education – they acknowledge and reward your accomplishments both in and out of the classroom. Many factors can influence who receives scholarships, including: GPA, standardized test scores, the strength of the curriculum chosen, extracurricular activities, community service, financial need, the application essay, and letters of recommendation.

Keep in mind that some scholarships require a separate application that’s specific to the scholarship for which you’re applying. There are also scholarships not listed that you may qualify for.

Fill out the La Salle University Common Scholarship Application to be considered for many different scholarships, including some that might not be listed. Also, be sure to check whether there is a separate application and other application requirements for the scholarship(s) you’re interested in.

Learn more about some of our many La Salle University and donor-funded scholarships.

These are the major scholarships of La Salle University. Each year, the University awards merit-based scholarships to incoming freshman and transfer students. Award amounts vary. Only full-time (12+ credits/semester) students enrolled in the day program qualify for the following scholarships.

Graduate Students should contact their respective academic department for scholarship information.
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Please note that award amounts for donor-funded scholarships may vary. Remember to submit your Common Scholarship Application, check the requirements of the scholarship you’re interested in applying for, and verify whether it has a separate application.

These are a few of our donor-funded scholarships:

An athletic scholarship is awarded on an individual basis in recognition of outstanding prior athletic achievement and future prospects.
Learn more about Athletic scholarships

These scholarship organizations and websites are not affiliated with La Salle University. These links are only provided to facilitate your research. When researching outside grants and scholarships, make sure to avoid scholarship scams!

For more information on researching outside grants and scholarships, also  visit the following sites: