The Honors College is proud to offer scholarships to incoming and current Honors College students. With more than 90 percent of current students receiving some type of financial assistance, Baylor has focused on increasing endowed scholarships to help keep Baylor affordable for families, while providing students with the highest quality Christian education at Baylor.
All Honors College scholarships are merit-based; some also are need-based. Filing the FAFSA is imperative for all applications regardless of eligibility for need-based aid.
The HC Scholarship Application for 2019-2020 has closed. The 2020-2021 application will open in Fall 2019.
International students should submit the online CSS/Financial Aid Profile to establish financial need for Honors College scholarships. Simply enter Baylor University's code - 6032 - to ensure your profile is shared with Baylor University's Financial Aid Office and, subsequently, with the Honors College Scholarship Committee.
The Honors College offers scholarships for academically gifted incoming students. All Honors College scholarships are merit-based; some also are need-based (see note about FAFSA above). Generous donors have endowed several scholarship funds that supplement the funding that may already be provided by the University. Learn more about these scholarships here!
Current Honors College students may apply for Honors College scholarships. All Honors College scholarships are merit-based; some also are need-based (see note about FAFSA above).
To be considered for any of these scholarships, an applicant must have and maintain at least a 3.5 GPA. In addition, please note that any Honors College scholarship awarded for SUMMER tuition is ONLY in connection with study abroad programs. Otherwise, awards are only applied to the fall and spring semesters. More information on scholarships for particular purposes (e.g., study abroad, mission opportunities) as well as for general support at Baylor is available here.