Transfer Grants & Other Resources
The Office of Financial Aid carefully reviews individual financial situation for transfer students. If it is determined that you have additional need, you may also qualify for a transfer grant. The following are various grant opportunities that may be offered to transfer students. Transfer students also can explore other outside resources.
If you are a recruit for one of our 16 Division I athletic teams, your recruiting coach will provide you with options for an athletic grant in aid for your respective sport.
Transfer students who are relatives of Edgecliff alumni (sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and grandchildren) will receive consideration for an Edgecliff Alumni Award. Grants are renewable for four years, if the student maintains full-time status and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Award amounts are determined annually.
Students who plan to study nursing should contact Susan M. Schmidt, Chair, School of Nursing, at 513-745-3815 or email@example.com.
The University offers Army ROTC scholarships. For more information, contact Major Steve Harmon, Recruiting & Operations Office, at 513-745-1066 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Financial Assistance offers additional sources of funding for you to explore.
We encourage you to also research fraternal organizations, associations, businesses, churches and local scholarship foundations that offer scholarships to assist students in meeting their financial obligations. If you live in the state of Ohio, the following also may be useful resources:
- The Ohio Transfer Council will award three non-renewable $1,000 scholarships for the 2014-15 academic year to students who are planning to transfer for the Fall 2014 term. More information on the Ohio Transfer Council's David Gall Memorial Scholarship can be found here.