Financial Aid and Scholarships for Transfer Students
Elmhurst University offers a transfer scholarship program, plus admission counselors and financial aid staff to help you reach your goals. Find out more about your options and opportunities.
The University offers a variety of generous scholarships for transfer students, from the Transfer Excellence Scholarship to the Star Scholarship for students transferring from City Colleges of Chicago.
Noyce STEM Teacher Education Scholarship
Promoting Inclusiveness and Diversity in Education (PRIDE) Submission Due Date: Yearly by June 15 (fall) and December 15 (spring)
The Noyce PRIDE application is submitted prior to a student’s third year in a college/university. Applicants must pursue a major in biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics with the goal to teach STEM in secondary schools or grades 5-12 in mathematics. This is a competitive scholarship. Applicants are judged and interviewed by a committee that will review all Noyce PRIDE applications. The committee will develop a list of rank-ordered candidates based on their academic merit, interest in STEM teaching, ethnic, racial, language diversity and potential to contribute to and/or support inclusion in middle and secondary STEM classrooms (5–12).
Intellectual Curiosity Scholarship Competition
Tell us where your intellectual curiosity will take you—and earn a renewable scholarship.
Elmhurst and RaiseMe
Earn scholarships from Elmhurst University for your achievements in community college. You can earn “points” toward scholarship dollars for creating your RaiseMe profile and updating your progress throughout community college and during your college search.
Here are just a few of the ways you can build your scholarship portfolio with RaiseMe:
- Visiting Elmhurst University
- Submitting completed college courses with grades
- Meeting with an Elmhurst University faculty member and/or coach
- Being a member of Phi Theta Kappa
- Filing your college application with Elmhurst University
Discover more, and start earning now!
In recent years, almost every Elmhurst undergraduate has qualified for some form of aid.