BYU-Idaho scholarships may be prorated in a student’s final semester at BYU-Idaho when graduating with a 4-year degree.
For financial aid purposes, graduation is defined as completing all components required by your degree. "Walking" in a graduation ceremony does not constitute graduation.
Example: If you will be walking in fall but finishing an internship or student teaching experience in winter, the semester you are graduating is winter.
General BYU-Idaho scholarships will automatically prorate down to 6 credits without students needing to submit a request.
All other BYU-Idaho scholarships (Academic/Talent/Merit/Leadership) will be cancelled if the student is enrolled in less than 14 credits and does not submit a scholarship proration request.
NO SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE PRORATED BELOW 6 CREDITS.