Institutional scholarships are available for international undergraduate students. For more information, please review the list of APU scholarships. Most scholarships are stackable, which means students can receive more than one APU scholarship, if qualified.
Academic Merit Scholarships for Freshman and Transfer International Students
Academic scholarships are based on a combination of GPA and test scores at the time of admittance for freshman international students. Freshmen who do not qualify for Trustees', President's, Dean's, Director's, or Founder's Scholarships may still be considered for academic merit scholarships. International students without an SAT or ACT score will be considered for academic merit scholarships.
Learn more about academic merit scholarships for transfer students.
Academic merit scholarships are not stackable.
Need-based Aid for International Undergraduate Students
Azusa Pacific University invests millions of dollars annually to partner with families working to bridge the gap of affording the one-of-a-kind, transformational educational experience APU offers. The APU Grant is based on financial need as determined by the APU International Application for Need-based Aid (PDF), cost of attendance, and resources available to the student. The award can be added to other institutional scholarships and is renewable up to four years. The deadline to apply is February 15.
Other Scholarships for International Students
Haggard International Scholarship
There is a special scholarship for international undergraduate students. Applicants for this scholarship must be admitted to APU, must be a born-again Christian, maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, leave the country after graduation, and follow specified guidelines as stated in the contract/application (PDF). Please contact your enrollment counselor for more information. The deadline to apply is March 1.
Learn more about available other undergraduate scholarships or contact your enrollment counselor for more information
International Leadership Scholarships (PDF) are available for some graduate applicants with at least five years of work experience. For more information, please contact your enrollment counselor.
Learn more about available graduate scholarships or contact your enrollment counselor for more information.
Please note that any scholarships, grants, or loans based on FAFSA qualification will not be available for international students.