Invest in your future.
The University of Dallas recently lowered the cost of graduate education by over 20%
as part of a renewed commitment to make “theological education for transformative
service” widely available. Neuhoff School of Ministry graduate students that are enrolled
at least half-time (6 credit hours or more), are eligible to apply for federal financial
aid (low-interest student loans).
In order to ensure that our students receive the maximum amount of financial aid available
to them, students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually.
The FAFSA must be submitted by the following deadlines in order to be considered for
- July 1 - Fall semester
- Nov. 1 - Spring semester
- April 1 - Summer semester
Questions about the FAFSA, necessary forms, and instructions about loans, should be
directed to the Office of Financial Aid directly at (972) 721-5266.
NOTE: Students who currently have outstanding loans must make special arrangements
with their lending institutions in order to defer their loans.
The Neuhoff School of Ministry awards annual scholarships based on financial need
and in recognition of exceptional academic promise, demonstrated by a record of outstanding
achievement in previous academic work and/or ministerial accomplishment. To apply,
submit the Graduate Scholarship Application.
NOTE: Scholarships applicants must be an admitted, degree seeking student before applying
for Neuhoff School of Ministry scholarships. Applicants must also submit the FAFSA
before being awarded scholarship funds.
Contact the Neuhoff School of Ministry at 972.265.5814 or email@example.com with questions about the scholarship application process.
The Neuhoff School of Ministry offers Graduate Assistantships as an opportunity to
develop professional, academic, administrative and pastoral skills associated with
pastoral theology. Graduate Assistants work part-time for the Neuhoff School of Ministry
or for the Office of Campus Ministry at the University of Dallas and receive full tuition remission for up to 19 credit hours annually .
For more information, visit the Graduate Assistantships webpage.
Students often find additional financial support through partial grants and scholarships
from their home parishes and local Catholic groups like the Knights of Columbus, Catholic
Daughters, etc. Students are encouraged to research and pursue the following additional
sources of support, as well as others:
- Msgr. Larry J. Droll Scholarship for Catholic Laity: Visit their website for more information and to read about Neuhoff School of Ministry 2012 recipient
- Deborah Greene.
- Open Education Database (OEDb) is a comprehensive online education directory that houses several extensive lists
of grants and scholarships to help students access available resources and keep college
affordable. NOTE: When searching for scholarships and grants, be sure to choose "liberal arts and humanities"
in the "select a category" drop down. This will allow you to see both "ministry" and
"theology" opions in the "select a subject" menu.
- Diocesan or parish community support