General Eligibility for Bradley-funded Undergraduate Grants and Scholarships
Bradley University offers a broad menu of need-based grants, merit scholarships, and special criteria awards. While each program may have unique selection and renewal requirements, the following eligibility criteria apply universally:
- All Bradley undergraduate financial assistance programs require continuous full-time enrollment (12 or more hours per semester) through the third week of each regular semester.
- All Bradley University undergraduate financial assistance programs are limited to the first Bachelor's degree. Students in graduate or 2nd degree undergraduate programs are not eligible for these programs.
- With the exception of summer school, Bradley-directed off-campus programs, and approved Leaves-of-Absences, eligibility for Bradley-funded undergraduate grants and scholarships generally requires continuous enrollment at Bradley University. Students who reenter the university as classified readmits do not automatically receive their previous eligibility for Bradley grants and scholarships. However, reinstatement may be granted on appeal.
- Bradley undergraduate grants and scholarships are not available during summer sessions, January, or May Interim enrollment periods.
Policies and Procedures
- General Eligibility for Bradley University Undergraduate Grants and Scholarships
- General Appeal for Student Financial Aid Recipients
- Enrollment Requirements and Financial Assistance
- Financial Assistance and Minimum Grade Point Requirements
- Policy for Packaging Financial Assistance
- Policy and Procedure for Awarding Illinois Monetary Award Program (MAP) Grants
- Policy and Procedure for Satisfactory Academic Progress-Undergraduates
- Policy and Procedure for Satisfactory Academic Progress-Graduate Students
- Policy and Procedure for Satisfactory Academic Progress-Distance Education Graduate Students
- Policy and Procedure for Packaging External Assistance
- Consumer Information
- Code of Conduct for Bradley Aid Administrators
- Statement of Ethical Principles
- Policy on Student Aid Refunds
- Policy and Guidelines for the Handling Confidential Information