Scholarships & Grants
Grants and scholarships are money—which does not have to be repaid—offered by a variety of sources that include WPI, the federal government, individual states, and private organizations.
These are awards that are made to students based on their financial need. If students currently receiving need-based scholarships continue to demonstrate a similar level of financial need and pass at least 11 academic courses1 a year, their award will be renewed at the same level.2
This funding is awarded based on a student’s academic performance during high school. All admission candidates are reviewed for merit-based scholarships by the Admissions Office. If awarded, it will be incorporated into any need-based financial aid for which the student may qualify. Learn more...
1 Academic courses are defined as classes worth one third of a WPI academic unit.
2 Merit- and need-based scholarships are not increased from year to year.