Institutional scholarships for incoming students
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This includes merit awards, departmental scholarships, and more.
The Yale Fund Scholarship - This will open in May 2021 for the 2021-2022 academic year.
- Baptista Scholarship - To support UD rising (undergraduate) seniors with an intent to attend medical school. Deadline: April 9, 2021.
- Warren & Anne Marie Pulich Scholarship - To support UD sophomores and juniors majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry,
mathematics, or physics. Deadline: April 9, 2021.
- Constantin First-Generation Scholarship - To support current UD first-generation students. Deadline: April 9, 2021.
- Endowment Scholarships for Fall - To support current undergraduate UD students. Includes Minnie K. Patton Scholarship.
Deadline: April 20, 2021.
- William A. Solemene Foundation Scholarship - To support current undergraduate UD students. Deadline: May 1, 2021.
- 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. Deadline: May 1, 2021 for the 2021-2022 Academic year.
- Parish Matching Scholarship - For students awarded a scholarship by a parish in any Catholic diocese. Ongoing.
- Scholarships and fellowships for undergraduates with UD Faculty Advisers Ongoing.
- Endowment Scholarships for Spring - To support current undergraduate UD students. Opens in October/November 2021
- Sr. Mary Clodovia Lockett Scholarship in Pre-Med - For junior pre-med students (going into their senior year) at the University of Dallas. Closed for the 2021-22 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)
- $10,000 Discover Student Loan Scholarships (random drawings through the year)
- $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
- $1,000 Fight Against Drinking and Driving Scholarship (Apr 30): In 500-750 words explain why you plan not to give into peer pressure.
- $2,000 Living With A Purpose Scholarship (Apr 30): Submit an essay regarding how legislation can be implemented to lower or decrease
the rate of suicide in the United States.
- $3,000 All About Education Scholarship (Apr 30): "How will a $3,000 scholarship for education make a difference in your life?" (250
words or less)
- $2,500 Power to Present Scholarship (Apr 30): In 500 words or less, explain the impact that a powerful presentation has had on
- $2,000 Living With A Purpose Scholarship (Apr 30): Discuss how legislation in the US could help prevent suicide.
- $2,500 CodeWizardsHQ Scholarship (May 1): A 2 minute video about your need and how can this scholarship help you get ahead.
- $1,000 Hancock Scholarship for Working Sudents (May 7): Must have a part-time job in high school and/or college. Submit a 1-2 page essay on
- $1,000 Solvable Scholarship (May 14): Submit 500-1000 word essay on personal financial freedom.
- $1,500 Fifth Month Scholarship (May 31): 250 words or less on why the number 5 is important to you.
- $1,000 Single Parent Scholarship (May 31): 750-word essay explaining how living in a single-parent household has affected your
- $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?
- $1,500 TABC Scholarship (May 31): Write a short story about a time you were peer pressured to drink alcohol, how you
handled it, and what the effects were.
- $1,000 Safe Driving Scholarship (May 31): Submit a 750-word essay discussing the current texting and driving laws in your state
and what could be improved to promote safety on the roads.
- $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 Will Yokabitus Scholarship (May 31): A 750-1000 word essay on how you or a loved one has been impacted by drug addiction
and how that experience has shaped your plans for the future.
- $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.
- $2,500 FASD Scholarship (June 1): In what ways has Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder affected you or why do you have a
particular interest in the topic?
- $10,000 RIA Talent Advantage Scholarship (June 3): Must be pursuing a degree or minor in financial planning.
- $2,500 Living with Autism Scholarship (June 15): Write and submit an essay of 1,000 words or less describing how they overcame challenges
in living with autism
- $1,000 Community Leadership Scholarship (June 15): “What is the meaning of service?” Answer in 1000 words or less.
- $2,500 Mandour Law & Associates Scholarship (June 15): 500 words or less on your personal brand, how you plan on impacting society, and how
the money from this scholarship will help you.
- $1,500 Newsome Melton Scholarship (June 15): Write 500 to 1,000 words on a given topic relating to leadership.
- $1,500 Do-Over Scholarship (June 30): "If you could get one 'do-over' in life, what would it be and why?" (250 words or
- $2,500 Chairish "Design Your Future" Scholarship (June 30): Submit a 500 word essay designing your ideal future adn how you plan to achieve that
- $10,000 Hyundia Women in Stem Scholarship (June 30): 5 scholarships available. Write an essay of 500 words or more on how your achievements
in your chosen STEM-related field will improve people's journeys.
- $5,000 Earnest Scholarship (June 30): Fill out a quick form.
3rd Quarter: July thru September
- $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?
- $1,500 Nargis E. Ragab Scholarship (July 31): Must be a first generation immigrant or the child of a first generation
immigrant. Write a 750-1,000 word essay about the effect it has had on your.
- $1,500 Flavor of the Month Scholarship (July 31): Sponsered by Unigo. Write 250 words of less about what kind of ice cream
you would be.
- $1,000 Rosen Hagood Scholarship (Aug 1): Explain how your experience with community service has affected you and what it means
- $1,000 Behan Law Group Military Veteran Scholarship (Aug 1): Must be a U.S. Military veteran or child of a vetern 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?
- $2,000 Caring Community Scholarship (Sept 30): 1,000-word essay describing the student’s efforts to make their community a better
place and problem they worked to solve.
- $1,000 Animal Rescue Scholarship (Sept 30): Discuss your personal relationship with a rescue animal or volunteer animal organization
and how it has impacted your life.
4th Quarter:October thru December
- $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
- $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.