Funds for the Future
To be eligible for the grant, continuing undergraduate students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority filing deadline, the family’s adjusted gross income must be under $100,000, the student must be enrolled full-time, have unmet financial need, and all financial aid requirements must be completed.
Your Future, Our Commitment, Funds for the Future
Virginia Tech is always mindful of the impact of tuition increases on its students and families. We are committed to assisting you with planning for the cost of education over the next four years. During your sophomore, junior, and senior years, Virginia Tech will help meet a portion of your cost of tuition if your family adjusted gross income is under $100,000 and you have filed your FAFSA by the March 1 priority deadline each year. The Funds for the Future program is another commitment we make to assist students with the cost of tuition.
- Must be a continuing undergraduate
- Must file the FAFSA by the March 1 priority deadline
- Full-Time Enrollment Status (At Least 12 credit Hours per semester)
- Award applies to tuition and fees only
- Available for a maximum of four years of enrollment, even if the student does not receive the award in all of those years or does not attend all of those years (ex. Co-op or Study Abroad semesters).