Undergraduate Scholarships and Grants
In addition to its tuition-paid model, each year Moody awards numerous scholarships and grants to students who are both worthy and in need of such an award.
Institutional Scholarships are awarded annually. You must complete your FAFSA to be considered as an applicant. Due to Moody's reliance upon the sacrificial gifts of our donors to directly fund every scholarship and grant, assistance is first awarded to students nearest to graduation.
Institutional Scholarship Application
1. Complete FAFSA
All applicants must first fill out the FAFSA to assist Moody in the payment of tuition.
2. Apply for Moody scholarships and grants
Fill out the Institutional Scholarship Application located in my.moody.edu under "Financial Aid."
3. Your application is reviewed.
Moody's Financial Aid Office looks over your application. Scholarships and grants are awarded based on need and academic excellence.
Some scholarships and grants have specific parameters for acceptance. You only need to submit one application, and a scholarship committee will determine your eligibility.
4. Decision e-mailed.
If you are eligible for Moody scholarships and/or grants, you will be notified, and your award will be applied to the following school year.
5. Aid Applied.
Your award will be applied to your student bill. The remaining balance must be paid.
|Institutional Aid Process
|Complete FAFSA application
|Apply for institutional scholarship
|Financial aid reviews application
|Notified by email by the end of spring semester
|Aid applied to student bill for the following year
External scholarships are awarded from organizations not necessarily affiliated with Moody Bible Institute. These funds are awarded based on academic achievement, talent or other criteria. Scholarships usually do not need to be repaid.