You may be eligible for federal financial aid if you meet the following:
For example, if you are admitted to BYU as a regular day-continuing student for Winter Semester 2019, and enroll in Evening Classes during Fall Semester 2019, you may apply for federal financial aid for both Winter 2019 and Fall 2019.
Visiting Students are not eligible for University scholarships or federal financial aid. You must be admitted to and enrolled in a degree-seeking program.
BYU Independent Study courses can be taken at any time and applied toward graduation requirements. However, these courses are not eligible for federal financial aid under any circumstances.
Please note that this does not apply to semester/term BYU Online courses (registered via MyMap), which qualify for federal aid and must be completed within a single semester/term.
To be eligible for federal financial aid you must be formally admitted to BYU (not just the Salt Lake Center). You may take classes at both BYU and the Salt Lake Center and combine these hours for aid purposes.
If you are participating in a study abroad program and have been officially admitted to BYU as a regular degree-seeking student, you may apply for federal financial aid and use those funds to help cover study abroad costs.
If you are in the Post-Baccalaureate Studies (PBS) program, you may qualify for federal financial aid under limited circumstances.
You must provide documentation showing you are enrolled in the required prerequisite courses for your chosen graduate or teacher certification program (usually a letter/email or published list of required coursework from the department, school, or program). A qualified PBS student may receive subsidized and unsubsidized loans.
Please schedule an appointment with an Enrollment Services Counselor by calling 801-422-7075.