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Our goal is to make it financially possible for every student admitted to attend University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis. Our Office of Financial Aid will help you evaluate your options and develop a plan to achieve your goals.

In fact, 100% of admitted students receive a University scholarship.

We’ll work with you to help you take advantage of additional scholarship and aid opportunities to close the financial gap and make your education more affordable.

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What is Financial Aid?

Financial aid is money to help you pay for college. It can include a variety of different sources, including federal aid, University funds, scholarships, grants and loans. It’s never too early to start planning for your future.

Federal aid

For many students, financial aid starts with the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). This is a federal form that compiles your financial information, allowing the federal government to assess your specific needs.

Scholarships

Scholarships are a type of aid you do not have to repay and are awarded based on merit (skill or ability), financial need or other factors. UHSP offers scholarships based on academic achievement, athletics as well as scholars programs.

Alternative Resources

Financial aid isn’t limited to federal and university aid. There are many resources you can use to close the gap in funding your education, including external grants and scholarships from other organizations.

100% of admitted undergraduate students receive a university Scholarship
Students look over plans with financial aid rep

Financial Aid Process

A degree from UHSP is an investment in your future. Your education will build the foundation for success with an impressive lifetime return on your investment.

Through grants, loans and Federal Work-Study opportunities, our team will help bring a UHSP education within reach. Learn more about the aid process, types of aid offered and more with the links below:

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