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Student Financing

Financial Aid Programme

The Cave Hill Campus Financial Aid Programme offers Partial Tuition Fee Waivers to new and continuing undergraduate students who are nationals of the Caribbean Community. New students must have formally accepted a place at the Cave Hill Campus.

The Financial Aid Programme assists students who have already exhausted other options for payment of their tuition fees and can demonstrate financial need.

Value of the Award

The Partial Tuition Waiver Grant IS NOT a cash award and DOES NOT APPLY to economic costs.
The maximum grant for any one student will be $3000 per semester, based on the Faculty in which they are registered.

An eligible student being considered for financial aid, who has received an award from another source that does not fully cover their tuition fees, may only receive financial aid relative to the outstanding balance.


For the Partial Tuition Waiver applicants must be nationals of the Caribbean Community who:
  1. Have gained admission or qualified for admission for full-time or part-time study to read for a three or four-year undergraduate degree programme in any discipline offered at the Cave Hill Campus. Funding will not be available to persons enrolled in self-financing programmes.
  2. Have a minimum GPA of 2.0. Cumulative GPAs will be considered for continuing level one students. Degree GPAs will be considered for students at levels two and three. Prior academic records (CSEC, CAPE, Associate Degree, etc.) will be considered for new students.
  3. Have a household income of less than Bds$25,000.  In cases where more than one member of the household is a registered student at the Cave Hill Campus a maximum household income of Bds$40,000 will be considered.
  4. Priority will be given to persons who are undertaking their first undergraduate degree.  

Volunteer Service

Successful applicants should note that completion of 20 hours volunteer service each semester is required. Volunteer service is a non-negotiable condition of every award. To register click here (hyperlink; Volunteer service is coordinated by the Office of Student Services. Further information may be obtained from the Office of Student Services at (246)-417-4165 or email

How to Apply

Application Forms will be available on the Financial Aid website and are to be submitted online along with supporting documents. Click here to go to the Application Form »
At the time of applying for Financial Aid, students MUST provide proof of application to all other sources for assistance with their tuition fees, including scholarships, grants, loans and their respective local governments.  A notarized letter confirming the employment status of the applicant or his/her primary supporter must also be uploaded along with any other proof of annual household income.

At the point of applications, all supporting documentation should be emailed to

Applicants may be required to meet with an officer in the Office of Student Services as part of the assessment process.
Further information may be obtained from the Office of Student Services at (246)-417-4165 or email  
Incomplete applications will not be processed.  All students submitting complete applications and supporting documents will be advised of the outcome of their application.