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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. 

Endowment Scholarships for MBA Students - Multiple scholarships for students pursuing an MBA in the Satish and Yasmin Gupta College of Business. Deadline: November 12, 2020. CLOSED.

Fifth-Year Accounting Student Scholarship - Awards of up to $6,000 for accounting students. Interested students should contact Dr. Robert Walsh at  or 972-721-5361. 

Outside 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.

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$1,000 Equal Justice Scholarship (May 31): 800-word essay response to the prompt: What issues within the criminal justice system do you believe need to be addressed? 

$1,000 Triumph Over Adversity Scholarship (May 31): In a 750-word personal essay, discuss an experience that you had while overcoming challenges related to a disability you personally have or helped a friend overcome.

$1,000 Equal Justice Scholarship (May 31): 800-word essay response to the prompt: What issues within the criminal justice system do you believe need to be addressed? 

$1,000 Access to Education Scholarship (May 31, 2021): Explain the role of higher education in society and your ideas for expanding access to a wider range of demographic groups.

$1,000 Motivation in Law Scholarship (May 31): 750-1,000 word essay response to the prompt: What motivates you to pursue a career in the legal field?

$1,000 Scott Henry Scholarship (June 1): Describe the DUI law in your area and the current crime rate. Consider ways to improve the safety in your community.

$1,000 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship (June 30): Open to women pursuing and undergraduate or master's degree in business management. 

$1,000 Uncommon Goods Scholarship (Jul 15 & Dec 15): Submit an application and 3 examples of your artwork.

$2,000 Stand Up To Distracted Driving Scholarship (July 1): How has distracted driving impacted your life? What ideas do you have to raise awareness of distracted driving? 

$1,000 Rosen Hagood Scholarship (Aug 1): Explain how your experience with community service has affected you and what it means to you. 

$1,000 Behan Law Group Military Veteran Scholarship (Aug 1): Must be a U.S. Military veteran or child of a veteran or current service member. Submit an essay about your experience as a veteran (or child of one) and your community. 

 The Driven Decade Scholarship (Sept 20):  Submit a 750-1,000 word essay response to the prompt: Where do you see yourself 10 years from now? 

$8,000 Women in Information Technology Scholarship (Oct 15): Open to women who are enrolled in an information technology program. 

$3,000 Positive Impact Scholarship (Oct 31): In what ways do you try to activate positive change in your community, and what inspires you to do so?

$1,000 Care Throughout the Ages Scholarship (Oct 31): Discuss, in 750-1000 words, a time when you had to put the health of another or a loved one first

$1,000 More Than a Teacher Scholarship (Oct 31): 750-1,000 word essay on your favorite teacher or professor and how they have influenced your life. 

$1,000 Uncommon Goods Scholarship (Jul 15 & Dec 15): Submit an application and 3 examples of your artwork. 

$1,000 Mark Sherman Law Juvenile Justice Scholarship (Dec 31): 500-1,000 word essay describing a rehabilitative program the student would design for the purpose of supporting our youth and reducing jail times. 

$5,000 Law Offices of Daniel Kim Scholarship (Dec 31): 1200+ word essay on "Why a college degree is important to me and how I plan to use it" 

$1,000 Medical Mission Scholarship (Dec 31): Submit a 700-1,000 word essay on volunteer work that you have done and how it has impacted you. 


Other/Ongoing - See websites for details.

Accounting Scholarships via

Air Force ROTC or Army ROTC 

$1,500 Autolist Used Car to Dream Car Scholarship

Fulbright Scholarships - International Educational Exchange Program

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$1,500 (max) Quit Smoking Community Scholarship

$500 Theater Masks Bi-annual Scholarship

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