Students who are eligible to apply for the Honor's Program are usually eligible for merit-based scholarships. Please visit "Woodbridge N. Ferris Scholarships" for more information.
Students who are accepted into the Honors Program and are required to live on campus according to University Policy, will be awarded a non-renewable Honors Residential Life Scholarship valued at $1500 to help offset the cost of a single room.
Honors students must live in an Honors hall so long as they are required to live on campus; but the Honors program does not require students to live on campus beyond the requirements of the University.
Honors students who volunteer to live on campus when they are not so required can take advantage of the University's housing incentives, including the Sophomore Incentive, Junior Incentive or the Senior Incentive. Please check the Sophomore/Junior/Senior incentive information on the Residential Life website for more information on the incentives, and the Housing contract (page 1) for information on who is required to live on campus.
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Students interested in applying for federal financial aid are encouraged to become familiar with the process. Please visit 'Financial Aid Process' for more information.