You can make a gift to any of these existing scholarship funds at any time by visiting udallas.edu/makeagift and typing the name of the fund into the "Notes" section on the online giving form. If you prefer to give by check, simply make your check out to the University of Dallas and write the name of the fund into the memo line.
If you are a student or parent of a student seeking financial aid, please contact the your financial aid counselor in the Office of Financial Aid at 972.721.5266 or email@example.com.
This fund was established in memory of Gary Cieslak '81 by his classmates in honor of his service in the medical field. The fund benefits pre-med students who demonstrate financial need.
This scholarship was established by the Student Foundation following the tragic death of Jake Addison in Rome in the fall of 1997 to honor his legacy. The Jake Scott Addison Memorial Scholarship provides a one-time award of $500, one to a student going to Rome in the fall and one to a student going in the spring. Application information is available on the Rome Office scholarship website.
This scholarship benefits children or grandchildren of alumni who are currently attending the University of Dallas. Recipients are selected by the National Alumni Board after submitting an application.
The Joe and Ida Beyer Scholarship Fund, established in 1982 by Dr. Lawrence A. Beyer in memory of his parents, is an endowed scholarship for undergraduate students at the University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. First priority shall be given to students from Moulton, TX or Lavaca County, TX. If no students at UD are currently enrolled from those areas, the scholarship may be given to other students who demonstrate financial need.
This fund was established by the Carreker Foundation to provide financial aid to native Texans who earned their undergraduate degree at the University of Dallas and are now pursuing their MBA at UD.
The Jerry L Cadell Scholarship Fund was established by the Communities Foundation of Texas to provide financial aid support to students who are in the top 5% of financial need and/or who have disclosed a mental or physical disability.
This scholarship was established in honor of long-time faculty member Cherie Clodfelter. The fund supports deserving education majors during the semester of directed teaching. Preference is given to elementary education teachers. Recipients must be nominated, complete an application and be selected by a committee from the education department.
This fund was established by Drs. Don and Louise Cowan, the founders of the Core curriculum at the University of Dallas. The fund supports students in the Institute of Philosophic Studies for student travel expenses to conferences at the discretion of the graduate dean. The fund can also be used for scholarships.
This fund was established by the Crowley Foundation to support students in the Music Department.
This endowed scholarship was founded in honor of longtime trustee Dan '61 and Margie Cruse to support students during their Rome semester.
This scholarship was established by John and Bonnie Strauss while John was serving on the University of Dallas Board of Trustees. The fund supports College of Business students with financial need.
This endowed scholarship was established by Andrew Farley '98 to support undergraduate students with financial need.
This scholarship was founded by the Hearst Foundation to benefit financially needy but academically talented students pursuing a degree in the liberal arts.
This endowed scholarship was established by Robert '75 and Linda Nelson to support MBA students who are US citizens with financial need and an A average who receive no financial support from their company. It covers tuition only.
This fund was established by Toni Horak '60 in honor of her late husband and fellow classmate Dr. Joseph Horak '60. The fund supports undergraduate students who demonstrate financial need.
This endowed scholarship was established by members of the Maher family in honor of Edward R. Maher, one of the founders of the University of Dallas. The fund support undergraduate students with financial need.
This endowed scholaship supports one or more incoming undergraduate students who have graduated from a Catholic high school in the Dallas Fort Worth area and who demonstrate financial need.
This endowed scholarship honors the memory of professor emeritus Warren Pulich and his wife Anne Marie. The fund supports students that are sophomores-seniors who hold a B average and are majoring in chemistry, biology, or physics. If no student qualifies, then award may be given to a student of another major.
This fund honors beloved former faculty member, Sister Mary Clodovia Lockett and provides financial support to students in their senior year of the pre-med program at the University of Dallas. Candidates complete an application and are selected by a committee including the pre-med advisor, additional biology faculty member, science faculty member, humanities faculty member and a physician alum.
This is an endowed scholarship named in honor of Sisters of Saint Mary of Namur, one of the original founders of the University, and it supports students with demonstrated financial need.
This fund was established by the late Charles and Catherine Schulze to benefit students who are meeting minimum university standards but have been challenged to raise GPA. Students may receive scholarhsip for only one year.
This fund was established by members of the class of 1967 as a one-time / one-year scholarship to a student who has eperienced difficulty adjusting to the academic environment and was not able to maintain the required grade point average of their original scholarship.
This scholarship was created by Daviette Stansbury to honor the life of her husband, Philip Stansbury. The scholarship(s) are to be distributed to Junior and/or Senior Bachelor of Science candidates in math and science. The student must be in the top 20% of their class and a United States citizen with demonstrated financial need.
This endowed fund provides stipends for students seeking a PhD in the Institute of Philosophic Studies in the Braniff Graduate School.
This endowed scholarship supports undergradaute students with financial need who are majoring in enconomics or finance majors.