General Merit Based Scholarship
International undergraduate students have the opportunity to receive a merit based scholarship.
Students who receive the
President's Award scholarship will receive the resident (U.S.) tuition rate and save $8,928 per year if lower level or $9,144 per year if upper level (based on the 2019/2020 tuition rates for 24 credits per year). Students who meet the following requirements are eligible for the award.
- Overall GPA of 3.3 or higher (on the US 4.0 scale)
- Proof of English proficiency
- Minimum of 30 college credit hours completed (incoming transfer students only)
There is no separate application for this award. Any student sponsored by their home country is not eligible for this award.
Students may use non-university affiliated community and private organization scholarships to help fund their studies. For more information on scholarships from sources outside CMU, please click here.
Central Scholarships with Applications
Anually, CMU seeks high school seniors to comprise the freshman class of Centralis Honor Scholars. SCholars are selected from two essay competitions. Winners are awarded a spot in the Honors Scholar Program and a Centralis Scholarship ranging from full-tuition to full-ride. For more details, contact information, and registration, please click here.
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If you have any questions or would like more information about department scholarships, please contact the department.
On Campus Employment
Working on campus is another way to earn funds to support your studies at CMU. International students are permitted to work on campus up to 20 hours per week. To learn about the current on campus employment opportunities available, please click here.