Scholarships

Scholarships

 

Chemistry Department Scholarship

Competitive Chemistry Department awards of up to $5,000 per year are available for chemistry or biochemistry majors. These awards can be added to any other academic scholarships and are renewable for up to eight semesters.

Applications must be received by December 1 of the year prior to your attendance at UD (senior year of high school for freshman applicants). Students must also complete an on-campus interview before December 14.

For more information about the Chemistry Department Scholarship, click HERE.

 

O'Hara Scholarship

The O'Hara Scholarship covers tuition, room and board for incoming freshman participants in the O'Hara Chemical Sciences Institute program during the eight-week summer semester.

For more information about the O'Hara Scholarship, click HERE.

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