The value of a Blackburn education is made available to students from all economic backgrounds through generous financial aid packages.
All students who apply for admission are considered for scholarships based on academic performance. The awarding of merit-based scholarships is the responsibility of the Office of Admission. During the admissions application process, a Committee will review the student’s academic credentials and award merit-based scholarships based on the combination of the student’s cumulative GPA and residency status. Merit-based scholarships include the BC Scholarship and BC Grant.
Find out what you will qualify for
Financial Aid continues to be a key factor in the college decision-making process. At Blackburn College, we strive to make the financial aid process transparent. You can find out your merit aid eligibility by using our Scholarship Calculator. Simply enter in your information and residential status, and you will know how much merit aid you may qualify for. You can also enter estimates of your family’s income and academic information into our Net Price Calculator to better understand the overall financial assistance picture.
There are many sources outside of Blackburn that offer scholarships and grants, and it is good to explore all options that might be available to you. You can find many opportunities by using scholarship search websites, such as:
- College Board
- Scholarship America
Additionally, outside scholarships will be shared with Blackburn for college students. Please note that the Financial Aid Office can’t guarantee the availability of such scholarships, nor is Blackburn involved in determining the criteria or the selection of recipients.