Institutional scholarships for incoming students
Click here. You will be redirected to the undergraduate scholarship page.
This includes merit awards, departmental scholarships, and more.
The Yale Fund Scholarship - Open May 3 - May 31, 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Study Abroad Scholarships
Outside Scholarships awarded by UD
Outside Scholarship Opportunities
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 begin their scholarship search and
does not include all outside scholarship opportunities.
You must report any awards received from outside UD to our office as soon as possible so that arrangements can be made for appropriate credit. To report
outside scholarships electronically, please log in to BannerWeb. Click on 1) Financial Aid, 2) Award, and 3) Award for Aid Year. Pick the applicable aid year from the drop down menu. Submit your award(s) on the Resources/Add'l Information tab.
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Ongoing (Check website for details and deadlines)
Organizationally Funded Scholarships:
Scholarships for High School Seniors:
Scholarships With Varying Deadlines/Amounts Throughout The Year:
- $1,500 Autolist Used Car to Dream Car Scholarship
- $2,500 Compare Cards College Scholarship (expires the 14th of every month, resets the 15th)
- $5,000 Discover Student Loan Scholarships (random drawings through the year, one per month)
- $1,100 BI-ANNUAL Dolman Law Group scholarship: video essay contest
- $1,000 Don’t Text & Drive Scholarship (Mar and Sept)
- Funding your Computer Science Degree
- $1,000 H&P Veterans Helping Veterans Scholarship
- $500 I Heart My School Scholarship
- $500 Innovation Scholarship (deadline is the 20th of every month)
- $1,000 Grade Potential Tutoring Scholarship
- $1,500 The Reality Medics Scholarship
- $2,500 Redfin Scholarship: Write an essay on low-cost housing
- $500 Richard West Law Office Bi-Annual Scholarship
- $1,000 UncommonGoods Scholarships (July 15 & Dec 15): for qualified undergraduate art or design majors
- $500 Theater Masks Bi-annual Scholarship+
- Sleep Scholarships : Multiple scholarships ranging in amount and eligibility
- $1,000 Varsity Tutors College Scholarship Contest
- $5,000 Nitro College Scholarship (multiple deadlines)
- $2,500 OppU Achievers Scholarship (End of March, June, Sept, Dec): celebrates students who transform opportunity into
- $2,500 Citizens Scholarship Sweepstakes: Monthly giveaway for students. Once a year grand giveaway of $15,000. No essay required,
simply fill out a form to be entered.
1st Quarter:January thru March
2nd Quarter: April thru June
3rd Quarter: July thru September
4th Quarter:October thru December
- $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 First Generation Scholarship (Oct 31): Must be a first generation student. Write an essay based on your experience as a first
- $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 Charles D. Jamieson Scholarship (Oct 31): Must be pursuing a degree in law. Write an essay about what family means to you.
- $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
$2,000 Empaxis Scholarship for Women in Business (Nov 8): 500-1,000 words on leadership in business.
- $1,000 Solvable Scholarship (Nov 12): 500-1,000 word essay aout personal financial freedom.
- $5,000 Burress Injury Law Underdog Scholarship (Nov 15): Essay of 500 words or less about a grandparent in your life.
- $1,500 Scott Senft Scholarship Fund (Nov 15): Submit a 850+ word essay about what you plan on doing with your degree. Must be pursuing
a degree in legal studies or a related field.
$1,000 Opioid Epidemic Recovery Scholarship (Nov 30): Given the current opioid epidemic, what laws can be put into place to prevent medical
professionals from over-prescribing prescription medications such as opioids?
- $1,000 Jeffery Lichtman Community Service Scholarship (Nov 30): 750 word essay on a community service activity that you initiated.
- $5,000 Study a Bachelor's in the USA Scholarship (Dec 1): For international students who are studying in the USA.
- $1,000 Employment Discrimination Scholarship (Dec 1): 500-word essay on what employment discrimination law is and how job discrimination
rates can be reduced and mitigated.
- $2,000 Lighthouse Recovery Scholarship (Dec 4): Submit an application and answer a short questions about yourself and your goals (500
- $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
- $1,000 Honor a Hero Scholarship (Dec 31): 750-1,000 word essay on why you decided to join the military, who helped you get to where you are now, and
what motivates you.
- $2,000 Expert Institute’s Life Sciences Scholarship Program (Dec 31): Must be actively pursuing a degree related to healthcare or the life sciences
- $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
- $2,500 Sallie Mae Fund Completing the Dream Gap Scholarship (Dec 31): 250 scholarships ranging in value available. Must be in your final year of study
and have an unpaid balance of up to $2,500.