UD's Office of Financial Aid offers a number of scholarships specifically for supports first-generation and students from underrepresented communities listed below. Please contact Taryn Anderson (email@example.com), Director of Financial Aid, for more information.
This endowed scholarship prioritizes high acheiving, low-income/minority families
dependent on scholarship support to attend college.
This endowed scholarship is designated to support undergraduate Catholic or Protestant
African American students who also graduated from a Texas high school.
Amount: Two $2,500 awards
This scholarship is awarded to one full-time, undergraduate student whose background
reflects one or more of the components in the target population of top priority to
the UPS Foundation: first generation, low-income, minority or new American students.
Offered to students who achieve National Hispanic Scholar recognition from the College
Board based on their PSAT performance.
Made possible by a grant from the Constantin Foundation, these scholarships funds are for first generation students from Texas.
This grant supports bilingual biblical studies within the Neuhoff Institute for Ministry
Awarded to Vietnamese students in ministry or theology.
This endowed scholarship is awarded to an MBA student, with preference given to first
generation and minority students.
Awarded each year to a graduate of Bishop Dunne HS with most need. If multiple students
have the same financial need, then award goes to the minority student.
The initial donation for this scholarship has generously been made by Dr. Hibbs and
his wife, Dr. Stacey Hibbs. The scholarship will be fully endowed in the next few
years and will be awarded to students enrolled at UD who are first generation students.