Students are encouraged to apply for outside scholarships available through different towns, civic organizations, or companies. Students are required to report these scholarships to the Financial Aid Office. Outside scholarships will first be applied to remaining account balances, second to reduce loans, and lastly to replace institutional funds.
Get a free copy of the Scholarship Search Guide ebook from Edvisors/the Student Loan Network.
Scholarship Websites: Please read each website’s privacy and information sharing policy before providing any personal information. This is not an inclusive list, just some suggestions. Please be aware Bryan College has no control over the websites listed and that the sites may change at any time.
Beware of companies that promise to save you thousands of dollars in tuition by assisting you with your financial aid form. You should never have to pay for scholarship information. Also, don’t be fooled by a company that asks you for money to “hold” a scholarship.
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Bryan College is a small, regionally accredited Christian liberal arts college located in Dayton, TN. With both on-campus and online programs, more than 50 areas of study are offered for Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctorate degrees, as well as professional certificates.
Founded in 1930, Bryan College has a rich legacy of educating students to become servants of Christ and make a difference in today’s world.