Financial Aid

BYU Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office empowers individuals with financial resources, knowledge, skills, and strategies to realize the aims of a BYU education. They hope to provide a way for students to subscribe to relevant information about applications, BYU scholarships, federal financial aid, other financial opportunities, important dates, deadlines, etc.

BYU Scholarship Office and Application

 

BYU Military Science Department / ROTC

The purpose of the ROTC is to train students to become officers in the United States Army. For those who decide they want to pursue a career in the military, full-tuition scholarships are available. The scholarships pay around $11,000 a year. Please see this webpage for more information.

Interested in a career as an Army Officer?

Enroll in Military Science (Mils 120 or Mils 121):

- Leadership training
- Small unit infantry tactics
- Land navigation
- Rappelling
- Take a ride in a Black Hawk helicopter

320 Daniel H. Wells ROTC Bld
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 422-7725
armyrotc@byu.edu
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Federal Financial Aid Options

In order to be considered for Federal Financial Aid, which includes grants and loans, students must fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

Please read carefully the following information and consider applying to the different options.