Learn how BYU-Pathway Worldwide scholarships are helping to build self-reliance and eliminate poverty
Why is having “no poor among us” such an important characteristic of Zion? In the Book of Mormon, unrighteous pride divided the Nephites. Some had the opportunity to learn because of their riches, while others did not.
A tuition discount for all students
In 2020, BYU-Pathway launched the
All students can qualify for a tuition reduction of 10, 25, or 50% (amount based on need) by completing a lesson about President Heber J. Grant, who was known for his perseverance, love of learning, and focus on self-reliance. As students learn to manage their time and resources, they are better equipped to provide for their families, improve their communities, and serve in their congregations.
Faith Namusoke, an online degree-seeking student from Uganda, received the tuition discount and shared, “This low tuition is enabling me to acquire an education and better myself and also be in a position to help others.”
A significant need
BYU-Pathway has awarded a total of 101,000 scholarships, and 27% were awarded in Fall Semester 2022 alone. With the help of generous donors, BYU-Pathway can continue to provide access to affordable education to all of Zion, until there are no poor among us.