The University of Miami attracts highly-qualified students with recognized academic achievement by offering a substantial financial assistance program. These scholarships and grants are administered by the University of Miami and by federal and state agencies.
Each year approximately 50% of incoming first-year students receive merit scholarships. Academic merit scholarship eligibility is determined when a student is admitted to the University. To apply for admission to University of Miami, go to the Office of Admissions website. All other need-based financial aid is awarded by the Office of Financial Assistance Services upon receipt of a processed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). For more information about how to apply, visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance Services online or in-person at their offices, on the second floor of the Whitten University Center.
Full-time students to the Professional Master of Architecture program may be eligible for partial tuition scholarships and/or graduate assistantships, based on academic record. Scholarships vary in amount and are intended to assist the recipient’s pursuit of the studies required by the program. Scholarships will be awarded on a competitive basis. A limited number of full scholarships may be available for outstanding applicants. Graduate assistantships require service in the form of teaching, research assistance or other appropriate activities as designated by the director of the graduate program. For more information, visit the Graduate School online or in-person at their offices, on the second floor of the Ashe Administraton Building.
Undergraduate Endowed Departmental Scholarships are part of the financial aid awarding process. Upon receipt of a processed FAFSA by the published deadline, students will be considered at that time for all available resources. For more information about how to submit a FAFSA and the published deadlines, visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance Services online or in-person at their offices, on the second floor of the Whitten University Center.