PBA offer millions of dollars each year in financial aid to help offset the cost of attending a premier private university. PBA offers a variety of merit-based scholarships for academic excellence and talent in athletics, dance, music and theatre. These scholarships and grants will go a long way to help cover educational expenses throughout a student’s college career, especially when most renew for up to 9 semesters!
Scholarship & Grant Opportunities Available
PBA offers all full-time day undergraduate students the opportunity to earn an Academic Merit Scholarship. The scholarship is dependent on high school/transfer GPA and SAT/ACT test scores. Use our Net Price Calculator to determine your scholarship amount!
The PBA Lead Scholarship is offered to incoming freshmen undergraduate students who aspire to be leaders. PBA Lead offers an opportunity to develop a leadership strategy for your life that identifies your strengths, passions and personality for future leadership success. Visit the PBA Lead page and contact your admissions counselor for more information!
$2,000 per year
The Ferrin Endowed Scholarship is awarded to incoming freshmen who meet the GPA and SAT/ACT requirements and have declared a major in English, History, Politics, Pre-Law or Philosophy. To take advantage of this scholarship, complete the application and submit to the Financial Aid Office! Deadline to apply is March 15, each year.
$2,000 per year
PBA has been blessed with Endowed Scholarship funds through many philanthropic individuals and organizations. These funds have been appropriately invested to maximize the effectiveness in assisting students with reaching their academic endeavors. The university awards these funds to returning students, recognizing academic excellence and financial need. To apply, contact the Financial Aid Office and request an Endowed Scholarship Application starting March 1.
The Honors Scholarship is awarded to full-time day undergraduate students with a minimum 3.5 high school GPA (weighted) and a minimum 1,270 SAT or 26 ACT. To apply you must be accepted into the Frederick M. Supper Honors Program. Contact your admissions counselor for more information!
$2,500 per year
The Farish Scholars Program is a scholarship awarded to incoming freshmen who exhibit extensive community involvement, have a minimum 3.5 high school GPA, and either a 1,330 SAT, 29 ACT or 89 CLT test score. This is a competitive scholarship that requires an in-person interview. Contact your admissions counselor for more information about the application process!
Full tuition and fees
Traditional room and board for residents
The Bebe Warren Scholars Program was created for the purpose of rewarding and encouraging students who have a desire to make a difference in the lives of children by majoring in Elementary Education. This program encourages students to complete a student teaching semester abroad during their senior year. Four scholarship recipients will be selected annually. Visit the Bebe Warren Scholars page and contact your admissions counselor for more information!
$5,000 per year; May 1 deadline; Student applicant must submit passing scores for the FTCE General Knowledge exam with their completed scholarship application
The PBA Alumni Scholarship is awarded to full-time day undergraduate students who are related to PBA alumni. Visit the Alumni Association Scholarship page for more information!
$1,000 per year
PBA is a NCAA Division II institution that participates in the highly-competitive Sunshine State Conference. PBA Athletics is committed to each student-athlete’s athletic and academic success, spiritual growth, and serving others on and off the field. Visit the PBA Sailfish website for more information on the recruiting process for your specific sport!
PBA offers departmental scholarships to students pursuing certain academic programs, including business, nursing, music, education and more. Visit the Departmental Scholarship page for more information about the scholarships offered.
Outside of PBA, there are numerous individuals and organizations that offer college students scholarship opportunities. Visit the Outside Scholarships page for more information!