Tuition & Financial Aid
Federal financial aid comes in the form of loans (that you need to repay) and grants. Scholarships may help you make pursuing BIT-Cyber degree more affordable. Unlike a loan, you won’t need to repay it if you accept the terms. To apply for a cyber security scholarship, you need to qualify. Then if you are eligible, you fill out an application. Providers also look for academic excellence and interest in national security. So, you often submit transcripts that show you meet a certain GPA. And or have SAT / ACT scores within an accepted range.
Many also base their decisions on financial need. This means you must show some family income tax information and file a FAFSA. Apart from this, many scholarship providers want to know about you and your goals. You may need to write an essay on a prompted question, provide references, and have an up-to-date current resume.
Program Costs and Financial Aid
Information about Virginia Tech tuition and fees can be found on the VT Bursar’s page. These costs are set by the Virginia Tech Board of Governors.
Virginia Tech and the Pamplin College of Business offer a number of scholarships. Information about scholarships and financial aid can be locate one the page of the Office of University Scholarships and Financial Aid. To be considered for scholarships, all students transferring to Virginia Tech in the fall should submit their application by early January (to meet the VT scholarship application deadline, January 22, 2021). To be considered for financial aid, students should submit their FAFSA in October, as soon as it becomes available. It may also be necessary to update your previous FAFSA to include Virginia Tech. Finally, students planning to transfer to VT in the semester following graduation with an associate’s degree, may be eligible for the College Transfer Grant Program.