One Stop Student Financial Services
Whether you’re exploring Baylor or you’re a seasoned Bear, this is your go-to resource for making your Baylor education fit your budget while setting you up for a successful financial future. Learn more in these pages, and reach out for help!
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Baylor University disburses financial aid up to 10 days prior to the start of a term. In order for your financial aid to disburse on time, make sure all of your requirements are completed in your BearWeb account.
In order to maintain your eligibility for the academic scholarship, you must meet the scholarship requirements of full-time enrollment of 12 or more hours and a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.0 or above. Please note, if you will be graduating early as a result of taking classes in the summer, you may be able to apply one semester of your academic scholarship toward the cost of tuition for the summer term. See our Scholarship Exception Request.
If you have been awarded an outside scholarship that does not appear on your bill, make sure you have reported the scholarship online here. In addition, you can check with the entity awarding the scholarship to ensure it was sent to Baylor, and designated for the term of the bill. If the scholarship funds have already been sent to Baylor and designated for the term of the bill, please follow up with our Baylor One Stop Office.
We are working on finalizing financial aid awards for the 2023-24 school year. Notifications will be sent in early June when packages are ready to be viewed in BearWeb.
Looking for additional funds for next year, make sure to check Scholarship Universe for scholarship opportunities. Keep your profile updated to get matched with scholarships.
Financial Aid packages will be sent in June for returning undergraduate students. Complete your FAFSA now and check BearWeb to complete outstanding requirements.
There are so many ways to make a Baylor education fit your family's budget. Most students do not pay the full cost-of-attendance "sticker price" and are able to fund their education through a combination of various scholarships and financial aid options.