bw visit grant

A unique grant available for the incoming fall 2023 class.

A BW Visit Grant is one way that we welcome new students to campus and encourage all students and their families to see what campus has to offer.

Just complete your visit to campus through the admission office by December 1, 2022. Schedule your in-person visit today!

The BW Visit Grant is awarded to new fall 2023 first-year students. (Acting BFA students and Conservatory of Music students are not eligible for the BW Visit Grant.) This grant is valued at $2,000 per year and is in addition to any merit scholarships or special awards a student may receive.

If you have already visited campus in preparation for starting in fall 2023, the BW Visit Grant will be added to your financial aid package.

Grant Eligibility and Details

  • Prospective first-year undergraduate students, who plan to start college in fall 2023 are eligible. (Acting BFA students and Conservatory of Music students are not eligible for the BW Visit Grant.)
  • If you qualify for the grant and visit prior to being admitted to BW, your BW Visit Grant will be included in your admission packet. If you qualify for the grant and visit after having already been admitted to BW, your BW Visit Grant will be awarded in your financial aid package.
  • You must visit campus by December 1, 2022.
    • Only in-person campus visits or admission events hosted by the admission office qualify. Virtual visits do not qualify.
    • Athletes on an official campus visit will be eligible if the official visit includes time with an admission counselor.
  • Visit Grants are guaranteed for up to four years and cannot exceed $8,000 ($2,000 per year), regardless of the number of times a student has visited.
  • Visit Grants cannot be applied to future start dates.

Students Who Do Not Qualify for the Grant

  • Students who major in programs in the BW Conservatory of Music are not eligible for the grant.
  • Acting BFA students are not eligible for the grant. 
  • Transfer students, whether transferring from a community college or other four-year institution, do not currently qualify for the grant.