Scholarships & Aid

Undergraduate Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarships

The University of Alabama offers some undergraduate scholarships for students, but primarily for first-year students who have high ACT or SAT scores and good grade point averages from high school.

To apply for UA general scholarships, please see the undergraduate scholarship opportunities page.  International applicants should check the International Freshman Scholarships page and Interntional Transfer Scholarships page for more details.

Additionally, there are scholarships available from the individual schools, colleges, and departments at The University of Alabama.  Please note that an Application for Undergraduate Scholarship will automatically consider you for all eligible scholarship opportunities, including the scholarships listed in the pages below.

Graduate Assistantships, Fellowships, and Scholarships

Graduate Finance Information

Graduate students who will be pursuing a master’s or doctorate may be able to obtain an assistantship (either a graduate assistantship or teaching assistantship) that will provide either a stipend for work, a scholarship for tuition assistance or both.  Graduate student applicants must inquire with their academic department or school to find about eligibility of assistantships and selection process.  More information is available from the Graduate School Website.

Additionally, there are scholarships and fellowships available from the individual schools, colleges, and departments at The University of Alabama.

External Resources for Scholarships & Aid

Additional information regarding the availability of financial aid for international students can be found in the following publications and web sites:

International Student Loans

Most student loans for international students will require a U.S. co-signer.  Information about loan options can be found in the following web sites:

Canadian Students

The government of Canada offers loan programs in partnership with the province the student lives in: