Complete your bachelor's degree for free.
The University of Baltimore is committed to providing you access to in-demand and career-focused academic programs. Through The Bob Parsons Scholarship Fund, UB is investing in Pell Grant eligible transfer and military/veteran students by providing financial support toward tuition and fees while you complete your bachelor's degree.
Find out if you are eligible for the scholarship.
- be applying to UB as a new undergraduate transfer student
- have completed an associate degree OR be an active-duty Military, Veteran, Reservist or Maryland National Guard who has earned a minimum of 60 semester credits (or an equivalent combination of prior learning credits and academic credit)
- complete and submit to UB the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and be Pell Grant eligible
- enroll as a full-time student (12 credits or more per semester)
- be pursuing your first bachelor’s degree
- have not been previously enrolled at the University of Baltimore (exceptions apply)
- meet the requirements to qualify for Maryland in-state tuition rates.
Know the requirements of the scholarship.
If you receive the scholarship:
- You have 3 weeks from the date of the award notification to accept the award. You will be called by an admission representative and emailed if you are awarded the scholarship.
- You are eligible to renew the scholarship for up to three academic years following your initial semester of enrollment if you:
- complete the FAFSA each year
- continue to be Pell-eligible and accept any offered Pell Grant
- enroll at UB as a full-time student; consideration for final-semester enrollment at less than full-time status will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis
- maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher
- maintain continuous enrollment at UB (excludes winter and summer terms).
And, if you are awarded the scholarship:
- it can not be used as part of the Early-Entry Law program.
- you will not be eligible for any additional institutional scholarships.
- it will only cover full in-state tuition and fees.