Financial Aid

Institutional Programs

Institutional Tuition Scholarships - Southwestern offers a variety of tuition scholarships to assist students in paying for tuition at Southwestern.

Students are also required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to receive institutional funds.

Contact Admissions for more information at All tuition scholarships require that a student be enrolled in a valid degree program and be attending full-time.

General Scholarships - General scholarships can be applied for with Southwestern's General Scholarship Application available online. The Foundation offers scholarships from a variety of donors. The scholarship application is available early December of each year for the upcoming school year and due March 1st.

Other On-Campus Work Programs - Southwestern offers some other work programs for students who are not eligible for Federal Work-Study.These jobs are very limited due to funding. Other on-campus work programs consist of General Student Employment (GSE), and Athletic Work-Study (AWS). Students interested in the GSE program are encouraged to attend a Student Employment Seminar so that they can be ready if any jobs come available. Contact Financial Aid Office located in Dellwood Hall for more information on GSE jobs.  Contact the Athletic Department for more information on AWS jobs.