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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
This fund provides a scholarship of $1,000 to individual students to participate in the Rome semester program. Students must apply through the Rome office. For more information or to submit an application, please visit the Rome Office scholarship page.
This scholarship was established by the William H. Bowen Educational Charitable Trust to provide financial support to politics majors.
This fund was established by Matthew Hejduk '98 in honor of J.T. Dyson to support UD scholarships.
This scholarship was started by Dr. Joyce K. Tarpley in honor of her son, Sean, who passed away. Dr. Tarpley valued her education at the University of Dallas to such an extent, that she was inspired to memorialize her son and continue his legacy by investing in promising young people. The Sean Keith Tarpley Scholarship can benefit any student who is deemed to be in good academic standing and demonstrates financial need with preference that the same recipient receive the fund throughout their four years.
This fund was established by classmates and family members of Eric Hamm '88 so that his love for UD could benefit current UD students who demonstrate financial need.
The Uhl Rome Scholarship seeks to provide financial assistance for students who would like to attend the Rome semester, but can not afford to attend. It was established in honor of Charles T. Uhl by his family. For more information or to submit an application, please visit the Rome Office scholarship page.
This scholarship was established by the Kenedy Foundation to benefit students with financial need from south Texas.
This fund supports students enrolled in Braniff from the state of New Mexico who are studying Theology.
This fund was established in honor of Winnifred Jeanne Wilkins provide financial aid to undergraduates.
This fund was established by Roy and Christine Sturgis to provide financial aid support for undergraduates with preference given to first-generation college students.
This scholarship was established by friends and family of Kelly Jones '97.
This is a restricted fund supporting the students participating in the Spanish-language Catholic Biblical School in the School of Ministry.
This scholarship was established by the Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation in honor of Richard A. Hillman. It provides scholarship support for students pursuing a graduate degree of politics from the Institute of Philosophic Studies in the Braniff Graduate School.
The Hatton Sumners Fellows Program is a highly competitive scholarship program for students earning their bachelors or masters degree in politics at the University of Dallas. It is founded and supported by the Hatton Sumners Foundation.
The Rome Experience Scholarship provides individual students $3,000 each in funding to participate in the Rome semester program. Students must apply through the Rome office. For more information or to submit an application, please visit the Rome Office scholarship page.
The Minnie K. Patton Scholarship is funded by the Minnie K. Patton Scholarship Foundation Trust. In accordance with Mrs. Patton's will, eligible students should demonstrate their capacity and desire for their education, as well as their need for financial assistance.
This scholarship was established through the estate of R. H. Dedman to provide financial aid to undergraduate students.