Delaware State University currently provides our students an array of scholarships. Prospective scholarship recipients may become eligible based upon academic achievement, financial need, group affiliation, or some combination of these factors.
The University works to assist students in meeting their financial needs (Financial Need = Cost of Attendance – Expected Family Contribution). In addition to scholarships, students in need of additional educational funds might consider:
Please note that scholarship candidates are selected from the pool of admission applicants and are evaluated based on their complete academic (GPA and test scores) profile. A scholarship application is not required. Eligibility in no way guarantees awarding. Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Financial need is not taken into consideration when awarding merit-based scholarships. Renewal of all scholarships is based on continued achievement of the grade point average (GPA) specified for the scholarship awarded, as well as consecutive full-time enrollment each semester.
Visual and Performing Arts Scholarships
Applicants with outstanding talents in music and who would like to be members of the “Approaching Storm” Band or the University Choir may be considered for these scholarships. Auditions are required. You may contact the Chairperson of the Music Department, Dr. John Graulty at 302.857.6680.
DSU Scholars Scholarship
The DSU Scholars Scholarship, renewable for four years, is offered to incoming freshman students that meet certain criteria. Award amounts vary and a scholarship application is not required for consideration. Timely completion of the admissions process is critical to being considered for these scholarships as they are given on a first-come, first-served basis as available resources allow. Students are notified by the DSU Admissions Office of the award.
Delaware Scholarships for Undergraduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
The SIMS award (Scholarship in Mathematics and Science) is available to incoming freshmen at DSU and offer two years of support to students who continue to meet eligibility requirements. Support is offered to meet the financial need of students defined by the Department of Education. (Cost of Attendance – Estimated Family Contribution) up to $8000.
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There are numerous outside scholarship opportunities for Delaware State University incoming freshman.
Please note that Federal and University financial assistance is available only to U.S. citizens and Permanent Residents. Also, please be aware that scholarships, policies, guidelines, and criteria are subject to change without prior notification.