St. Edward's University recognizes the hard work and high achievement of top-performing students

We consider your previous academic curriculum in addition to a standout essay and application. We offer academic and athletic scholarships for international freshmen. 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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Academic Scholarships


  • Must be a freshman
  • Top 25% of senior class
  • Combined SAT score 1170 or higher (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing + Math)*, or
  • ACT 24 or higher*

*You must take the SAT or ACT to be considered for academic scholarships.

Award: $7,000 to $22,000 annually
Application: automatic with admission application. Priority deadline Feb. 1.

Moreau Scholarship


  • Must be a freshman
  • Must graduate from a Holy Cross high school
  • Top 10% of senior class

One of the following:

  • Combined SAT score 1310 or higher (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing + Math) or
  • ACT 28 or higher or
  • TOEFL iBT 79 or higher or equivalent score on another English-proficiency test we accept

Award: Full tuition for the freshman year, plus the amount equal to freshman year tuition in subsequent years.

Application: requires separate application.

Access the Moreau Scholarship Application here.

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. 
Visit our Athletics site