Grants are made to support a students education. This “gift money” does not need to be repaid. Grants are from within as well as from outside civic private organizations and foundations based on student academic interests, financial hardships, or parents/self-employment.

Types of Grants Available to Students

Income-Based GRANT

The university offers students institutional grants based on financial need and availability of funds. In order to qualify for the grant, students must submit proof of income for the most recent calendar year. The total award may cover up to 65% of the total cost of the program.

Household Income Eligibility% Grant
Annual gross income less than $ 30,000.00 in the year prior to the application.60%
Annual income $ 30,001.00 and less than $ 40,000.00 in the year prior to the application.50%
Annual income $ 40,001.00 and less than $ 50,000.00 in the year prior to the application.40%
Annual income $ 50,001.00 and less than $ 70,000.00 in the year prior to the application.30%

Community Based 35% Grants

Verification of service required

  • Active or retired Public Safety Officers
  • Active or retired members of Public Security Agencies
  • Civil Servants working in Counter Fraud areas
  • Civil Servants working in Public Prosecution.
  • Behavioral Scientists (applying to Master of Science in Behavioral Economics).

How to get your Grant

To get your grant you must apply to our programs.
Before you pay any fees, one of our admissions officers will inform you of your grant and payment plan.

The total amount of grants awarded each semester is divided into each type of scholarship. This amount is distributed in strict order of enrollment.


Grant Withdrawal and Reentry Policy

Grant recipients who decide to withdraw from the university will forfeit any undisbursed Grant funds earned prior to their withdrawal. If the students re-enter a program, he/she should re-apply for the Grant.