CityU offers two types of scholarships for Canadian students enrolled in any program:
Need-Based Scholarships – Scholarships are awarded primarily on the basis of financial need, with some consideration to the written essay. The criteria selection and application for Need-Based Scholarships can be found here. A professional resume may be included. Students applying for need-based scholarships must complete include all the components of the application requirements to be considered. Here are the application deadlines:
Scholarships recipients’ awards apply only to the specific quarter of the submission award and are directly posted on students’ accounts, thus reducing tuition by the amount awarded. However students must be enrolled to receive the award.
Merit-Based Scholarships – Scholarships in this category are awarded to applicants who have earned at least 40 undergraduate credits or 12 graduate credits at City University of Seattle and are awarded primarily on the basis of students’ cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) from their last completed quarter with City University of Seattle (CityU), with some consideration to the written essay and academic potential. Applicants must include all the components of the application requirements to be considered. The criteria and application form for a Merit-Based Scholarship can be found here.
Program Specific Scholarships:
BAM Scholarships – For our undergraduate BAM program, we have several scholarships in place for the 2018-2019 academic year. They are awarded on the basis of the individual’s meeting the criteria of specific partnership agreements or special circumstances. Scholarship applications are kept confidential. Contents will be shared only with appropriate CityU personnel. All award amounts are applied to tuition only. The criteria and application form for BAM Scholarships can be found here.