Titan Scholarships Update
The online Titan Scholarships system closed on Sept. 30, 2020 for Spring Term 2021 applications. Applicants will be notified of scholarship decisions via Titan student email. Students who did not apply by the September deadline can reach out to the EFSC Foundation to explore options plus also research external scholarships and apply for need-based financial aid.
Scholarships are a form of student aid that’s considered a gift that a student does not have to repay. They’re often based on scholastic achievement or special talent and some scholarships consider a student’s financial need. Remember that any outside aid, including scholarships, is considered in your aid package and must be reported to the Office of Financial Aid.
The Office of Financial Aid encourages students to explore the scholarship opportunities available from EFSC, many of them funded by generous EFSC Foundation donors, and scholarships from outside organizations. Additionally all high school seniors are encouraged to apply for Bright Futures Scholarships.
Students seeking financial assistance should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for loans, grants and work-study.
Be sure to check your Titan email as it's the primary way the Financial Aid office communicates with you about your aid and scholarship package.