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For Current ULM Students With Scholarship Awards

A scholarship recipient who needs to drop a course should first meet with their academic advisor.

Students who switch from an on-campus degree to an online degree will have their scholarship reduced by 50%. 

Students receiving ULM Academic Scholarships must meet the following criteria to maintain their award:

Students are encouraged to use Wintersession and Summer terms to fulfill the 24-hour rule, if necessary. Earning 24 credit hours each academic year at the awarding institution is the responsibility of the student. It is recommended that you earn 30 hours per year to complete your degree in the 8 semester/ four year scholarship funding limit.

Appealing your Scholarship Award

It is the student's responsibility to ensure at the conclusion of each semester that renewal requirements have been met.

The academic records of all students receiving scholarships are reviewed by the Scholarship Office once grades are posted. Students who do not meet the eligibility criteria will have their award cancelled for all future terms.

Students whose award is cancelled will receive a notification letter with a link to the appeal form.


Material of a sensitive nature should be either:

a. Mailed to ULM Scholarships Office, 700 University Avenue, Monroe LA 71209


b. Hand delivered to ULM Scholarships Office located in Sandel Hall