Once you begin your time as a student at Rhodes, there are ways to supplement your scholarships and loans through employment and military aid programs. These programs, including work-study and the Rhodes Student Associate Program require separate applications.
Once you've been accepted for admission, financial assistance may become the next determining factor in where you'll attend college. We consider each student’s individual circumstances in putting together aid packages—which frequently consist of a combination of fellowships and scholarships, other grants, work study and student loans.
Student employment is a great way to defray your college expenses. Rhodes' departments offer jobs to Rhodes students with demonstrated financial need. Incoming students need to apply for financial assistance in order to qualify.
The Rhodes Student Associate Program (RSAP) allows the most qualified and motivated students at the college to get real-world work experience alongside Rhodes' outstanding faculty and staff.
Active duty service members, veterans, and their dependents are eligible for additional aid and opportunities .