Graduate Scholarship Information

Graduate Scholarships

Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship - To support current students who have had a parent, grandparent, or sibling graduate from the University. Students from all colleges are eligible to apply but a student may only receive the award one time during his or her academic experience at UD.

The Center For Thomas More Scholarship - $5,000 awarded annually.  For Braniff students with a proven interest in Thomas More's writings. 

Scholarship Applications

These scholarships are not offered, or maintained, by the university. Please contact the scholarship organization with any questions about the scholarship or website. This list has been put together to help students start their scholarship search and does not include all outside scholarship opportunities.


$800 Fitness Insider Scholarship (Sept 30): Essay on health and fitness industries

$10,000 #MyCredibleFuture scholarship (Oct 31): Submit a photo and story about "why your education is important to you." 

$1,000  “Business Plan” Scholarship For Students With Disabilities (Nov 1): "What I learned from writing a business plan."

$1,000 VelvetJobs Scholarship (Dec 16): Write a short essay on a morale-boosting idea

$1,000 1Dental Scholarship (Dec 21, annually)


$2,000 (max) CGTrader Scholarship (January 15, annually): “Using games for social good and playful learning.”

Other/Ongoing - See websites for details.

Accounting Scholarships via
Air Force ROTC or Army ROTC 
Americorps Education Award
$1,500 Autolist Used Car to Dream Car Scholarship
$1,500 Barry's Tickets Scholarship
Fulbright Scholarships - International Educational Exchange Program
The Gates Millennium Scholars 
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900 MBA and Graduate Scholarships
$1,500 (max) Quit Smoking Community Scholarship
$500 Theater Masks Bi-annual Scholarship
$1,000 Zumper Apartments Scholarship

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