Adult Student Affairs - Graduate Scholarship Application

This program is designed to assist the growing number of adult learners who are returning to school. Adult graduate, professional, and military veteran students (regardless of age) are eligible to apply.

For Adult Undergraduates (students who are 24+ or military veterans) – Please apply for the Adult Student Affairs Undergraduate Scholarship.

Students who apply, and who are not awarded a scholarship each quarter may apply again within the same academic year.

To be eligible for the scholarship program, the student must:

  • Have financial need as determined by the results of your FAFSA. All students need to have a FAFSA on file to be considered. By submitting this scholarship application, you are giving the Office of Adult Student Affairs permission to obtain information from your FAFSA report.
  • Be a continuing DePaul student who is currently enrolled at least part-time as a graduate (4 credit hours) or professional (9 hours).
  • All graduate, military veteran, and professional students may apply regardless of age.
  • Cumulative 3.5 GPA
  • Completely answer all sections of online application and essay. Applications with incomplete sections will be disqualified.

Recipients of the scholarship have the option of having the funds applied to their tuition or towards a DePaul University sponsored Study Abroad trip for the quarter in which they are awarded the scholarship. Students awarded the scholarship must be enrolled at least half time or registered for the study abroad trip in the term for the quarter in which they are awarded the scholarship. Current financial aid packages may be adjusted when the scholarships are applied.

For more information on this scholarship or the application process, please contact, James Stewart (jstewa34@depaul.edu).

Deadline: September 20th 2019

Award
$2,000
Scopes
Student Affairs, Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs
Deadline
09/20/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please discuss your academic and long-term career goals.
  2. How do your future plans align with the Vincentian mission?
  3. How have you utilized your research, career, and/or academic interests to be of service to your community? Descibe any leadership roles held, if applicable.
  4. How will you engage or plan to become involved with various student organizations on campus?