Graduate students should also read the chapter "Graduate Fellowships and Assistantships" in this catalog.
At the University of Delaware, scholarship and financial assistance programs focus on the student. Whenever possible, the University strives to remove financial barriers to higher education, and to attract students with exceptional academic promise. The University works in partnership with families to make a University of Delaware education possible.
Financial assistance programs represent a bridge between the family's ability to pay and the cost of higher education. The University distributes its financial support in the form of scholarships based on academic excellence and need-based packages consisting of grants, loans, and employment opportunities. While the Office of Undergraduate Admissions focuses on merit awards for incoming freshmen, the Office of Student Financial Services works with families in the allocation of need-based support.How To Apply For Financial Aid
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