Our scholarships help you pursue your dreams. Purposefully.
At St. Edward’s University, we’re proud of our welcoming and diverse community that includes students from 57 countries.
Here, you’ll reap the rewards of a highly personalized educational experience, with innovative classes, graduate-level research, meaningful service activities and career-building internships. And you’ll live and learn fully in one of the most exciting cities in the U.S. — Austin, Texas.
To help make your St. Edward’s education a reality, we offer academic and athletic scholarships for international freshmen. We consider your previous academic curriculum in addition to a standout essay and application. Academic scholarships require no additional application beyond your application for admission. The full-tuition Moreau Scholarship requires a separate application. International students should also complete the CSS Profile to be considered for need-based financial aid. International transfer students are eligible for athletic and academic scholarships as well.
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- Must be a freshman
- TOEFL or IELTS
- 3.0 GPA
Award: $14,000 to $26,000 annually.
Learn more about academic scholarships here.
Application: automatic with an admission application. Priority deadline Feb. 1.
Must be a freshman. Must graduate from a Holy Cross high school. The ideal candidate is among the top students in their class, with a strong academic profile, significant leadership experience, and community-service involvement. The award seeks to recognize students who have been outstanding representatives of Holy Cross values in the classroom and in the community. Requires a separate application, which must be received with an application for admission by Dec. 15
And the following:
- PSAT, TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, AP Exam, IB Exam or GCE/GCSE
Award: Full tuition for the freshman year, plus the amount equal to freshman year tuition in subsequent years.
Application: requires separate application.
Varsity Athletics Scholarships
St. Edward's University is a member of NCAA Division II and competes in the Heartland Conference. Coaches award scholarships to men and women based on athletic ability in baseball/softball, basketball, tennis, soccer and golf. Women are also eligible for volleyball scholarships. Student athletes should contact the athletic director or coach of their sport.
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