Minnie K. Patton Scholarship

Minnie K. Patton Scholarship

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. Priority consideration will be given to Pell-eligible students with cumulative GPAs of at least 3.0.  This scholarship can only be applied towards tuition and book charges. 

In order for you to be considered for this scholarship you must complete the 2019 scholarship application  and submit it to the Financial Aid Office by 5 p.m. on the applicable deadline.  Applications must be post-marked no later than the deadlines below.  Electronic copies will NOT be accepted.

  • Friday, April 5, 2019: application deadline

Applicants must also have a 2019-2020 FAFSA on file with University of Dallas. A committee will review all applications submitted by the deadline and determine if you are eligible to receive the Minnie K. Patton Scholarship. 

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