To encourage the enrollment of highly qualified students, Neumont offers grants and scholarships based on academic merit, need, residency, and other factors. The table below lists the range of Neumont grants and scholarships available. 




Scholarship Type Award Amount Details

Presidential Scholarship

Up to $7,650 per quarter

Neumont awards a limited number of 100% and 50% tuition scholarships to a select group of our most accomplished applicants. No separate application is required.

Achievement Scholarship

Up to $1,250 per quarter

This merit award is based on academic performance, professional accomplishments, computer science experience, community service, and other criteria. All applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship. No separate application is required.

Access Grant

Up to $600 per quarter

This need-based award is determined by the student’s Expected Family Contribution (EFC) derived from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which must be submitted annually.

Utah Resident Grant

Up to $2,000 per quarter

Awarded to Utah residents. No separate application is required.

Outside Scholarship Match

Up to $5,000 for the first academic year

To encourage the attendance of students who have been awarded a scholarship by a private sector company, a philanthropic organization, or a foundation, Neumont will match up to $5,000 of the award in the first Academic Year (three quarters). Outside scholarships exclude any federal or state government scholarship or grant programs, such as the Pell Grant or Post-9/11 GI Bill grants as well as any Neumont scholarships.

Women in Technology Scholarship

$1,000 per quarter

To encourage more women to study the computer sciences, this scholarship is awarded to qualified entering freshmen. All female freshmen applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship. No separate application is required. 

Transfer Scholarship

$1,000 per quarter

This merit award is based on the successful completion of an undergraduate degree at an accredited institution. Contact the Admissions Office for eligibility requirements.

Service Scholarship

$1,000 per quarter

To recognize students who have made significant contributions to their community, this award is offered to entering freshmen who have served at least 18 months in an organized full-time community service organization or military capacity. 

Apply for Scholarships:

  1. Merit-Based Scholarships: Prospective students who submit an Application for Admission are reviewed by Neumont's Admissions Committee for merit-based scholarship eligibility.
  2. Need-Based Grants: Admitted students who submit a FAFSA will be reviewed by the Financial Aid Office for need-based grant eligibility. Neumont's FAFSA code is 009948.
  3. Utah Resident Grants: Admitted students must submit proof of residency.
  4. Transfer Scholarships: Entering freshmen must submit official college transcripts which include a graduation date.
  5. Outside Scholarship Match: Entering freshmen must provide proof of scholarship.
  6. Service Scholarship: Entering freshmen must provide proof of service. 

Future students are encouraged to submit their Application for Admission early. Applications and supplemental materials must be received, in their entirety, before the application deadline.

For more details about our scholarship and grant program along with specific requirements, please review the prevailing Course Catalog.



Grant that is evaluated annually based on the FAFSA, which must be submitted every year.


Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant

Awarded to students with exceptional financial need, with priority given to Pell recipients. Limited funds awarded on first-come, first-served basis.

VA POST-9/11

Grant that is partially or fully funded by the Veterans Administration.


Grant that is partially or fully funded by the Veterans Administration and Neumont University.


Federal Direct Subsidized Loan: Federal student loan for students with demonstrated financial need (based on the EFC on the FAFSA). Fixed interest is subsidized (paid for) by the U.S. Department of Education while the student is enrolled at least half-time (6 credits). Loan is not dependent on credit. Six-month repayment grace period after graduation.

Federal Direct PLUS Loan: Federal parent loan to help families pay for all college costs after grants and scholarships. Parent is responsible for accrued interest when repayment begins. Financial need is not required, but credit rating is a factor. Higher approval rates and lower interest than private loans. Allows for payment deferral up to six months after leaving school.

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan: Same as a Federal Direct Subsidized Loan, except that financial need is not required and the student is responsible for paying the accrued interest after repayment begins.

Private Student Loan: Private student loans require a co-signer. Financial need is not required, but credit rating is a factor. Several interest rate options are available, but rates are typically higher than PLUS loans. Some loan deferral options are available.

Neumont Tuition Options Program: Neumont-funded student loan option reserved for students and their parents who are ineligible for PLUS and private student loans due to adverse credit. Fund availability is limited.

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