National Merit Finalist

National Merit Finalist Scholarship

Amount: Full Tuition
Eligibility: National Merit Finalists who name UD as their first choice college with the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.

 

Up to 10 National Merit Finalists will receive full tuition scholarships. Finalists who wish to be considered for this scholarship should name UD as their first choice school with the National Merit Corporation by March 1. In the event that scholarships are still available after that date, students will be able to select UD as their first choice institution and be considered for the scholarship after that date. This scholarship is inclusive of all other scholarships and grants offered through UD and is based on the competitiveness of the applicant pool. This scholarship is renewable annually.

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