Hawkeye offers eligible students federal and state financial aid, including grants, scholarships, loans, and Work-Study, based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The application deadline for State of Iowa funds is July 1.
File your FAFSA
Scholarships are available to help you pay for educational expenses and, unlike student loans, do not need to be repaid.
Hawkeye awards more than $3 million in scholarships every year. Complete the Hawkeye Scholarship Application by February 1 for fall semester awards and October 1 for spring semester awards.
The Last-Dollar Scholarship can cover up to 100% of tuition and fees for 20+ high-demand career programs. To apply, submit your FAFSA and enroll in a qualifying program.
Apply for Scholarships
If you've taken college-level classes in high school or attended another college, university, or trade school and would like to receive possible credit, please send your official college transcripts.
Transferring Credits to Hawkeye
Hawkeye works with two local apartment complexes located across the street from Main Campus to offer students affordable housing options within walking distance of their classes. Hawkeye students also have the option of living in the University of Northern Iowa residence halls.
Your My Hawkeye account provides online access to personal college information. You will receive directions with your acceptance letter on how to set up your account.
Learn more about My Hawkeye.
Students are required to register with their advisor and will also be required to complete an online orientation.
See New Student/New Program Registration.