Students enrolled in the Bachelor or General Studies program are considered undergraduate students and can apply for financial aid opportunities, including federal loans and scholarships. Visit the USF Office of University Scholarships & Financial Aid for more information.
Please note: Students who have accrued a large number of credit hours may need to speak with a financial aid advisor for information on their eligibility.
Additionally, the Osher Re-Entry Scholarship is offered twice a year to qualifying re-entry students. The scholarship provides grants to assist non-traditional students who have experienced a cumulative gap in their education of five or more years and who now want to resume their undergraduate studies education to complete their first baccalaureate degree. To learn more about the scholarship and see if you qualify, visit the Osher Re-Entry Scholarship web page.