Several options are available to students from around the country and world to help finance your undergraduate studies at Eastern Michigan University:
The National Scholars Program (NSP) Scholarship - Renewable award which pays the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition (approximately $15,000 per year). Open to incoming freshman and transfer students with a 2.75 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale. To be eligible, you must be admitted as a non resident for tuition purposes. Transfer students must have completed 30 transferable credits prior to admission for eligibility
Students are automatically considered for the NSP at the time of admission based on the GPA used to make their admission decision. Students must be admitted by the priority deadlines in order to be eligible. Due to federal and EMU regulations, students admitted as non-degree, continuing education, H-1 and H-4 visa holders, and some other visa holders are not eligible for the NSP. Students who are on an agency or government scholarship are not eligible for these awards.
International students with certain specific citizenship credentials may qualify for federal or private student loans. Information is available from the EMU Office of Financial Aid.
If you have further questions about your eligibility for financial assistance, e-mail our international admissions staff or call 734.487.0205.