Financial Aid Resources for International Students

U.S. state and federal financial aid is only available to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. This is a list of resources to guide your search for funding to help you fund your education as an international student planning to attend Kutztown University.

KU Institutional Financial Aid

 
Out-of-State Tuition Discount: 40% tuition discount for all new incoming international undergraduate freshman and transfer students. Learn more.
 
President's Academic Honors Scholarship: Merit-based scholarship of $1,000 per year for four years for first-year students who have above average secondary school marks and a 1270 total on the SAT or 26 composite on the ACT. Renewal requirements include: participating in the Honors program, living on campus for the first two years, and completing a minimum of 30 credits per year.
 
Sesquicentennial Academic Honors Scholarship: Merit-based scholarship of $7,000 per year for four years for first-year students who have above average secondary school marks and a 1410 total on the SAT or 30 composite on the ACT. Renewal Requirements include: participating in the Honors program, living on campus for the first three years, and completing a minimum of 30 credits per year.
 
International Student Tuition Waiver: Partial waiver of tuition based on financial need. Learn more
 
International Piano Quintet Scholarship: Full tuition scholarships for five talented undergraduate international student musicians. Learn more.
 
Transfer Book Award: $500 for books in the first year of study for transfer students who earn an associate's degree prior to transfering to KU.
 
Graduate Assistantships: Application and information about graduate assistantships at Kutztown University. Learn more.

External Financial Aid Resources

 
AAUW International Fellowship: Women pursuing full-time graduate or postdoctoral study in the United States who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
 
Big Future by The College Board: Search a database of scholarships, grants, and loans for all college-bound students, including international students wishing to study in the U.S.
 
EducationUSA: EducationUSA promotes U.S. higher education through over 400 advising centers in over 170 countries worldwide
 
EDUPass: Provides information about financing your education in the U.S. and links to various online financial aid resources
 
Fulbright Foreign Student Program: The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students, young professionals and artists from abroad to study and conduct research in the United States.
 
Institute for International Education: Database of scholarships, fellowships, and grants
 
International Education Financial Aid: Online scholarship search service designed for international students
 
International Scholarships: Online scholarship database for international students wishing to study worldwide
 
InternationalStudent.com: No co-signer loans for international students
 
LewerMark Make Your Mark Scholarship: Four scholarships based on essay contest. Application due mid-April
 
Mobility International USA: Free online scholarships for non-U.S. citizens with disabilities
 
NAFSA: Professional Organization for International Educators - this webpage provides information about the overall cost of attendance as well as possible financial aid resources for international students who plan to study abroad in the U.S.
 
Rowe Fund: Up to $15,000 of interest-free student loans for third and fourth years students from a Caribbean country and a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher.