Please visit www.deltastate.edu for application and scholarship information.
Delta State University recognizes students through its scholarship and awards program. We provide scholarship assistance to those students who demonstrate the potential for academic success in college. To be considered for scholarships and awards, you must be admitted to the University and submit a scholarship application.
Scholarships and awards are available for undergraduate study up to the completion of 124 earned hours, summer terms are excluded. Note that annual renewal is based on the completion of 30 semester hours per year and maintaining a 3.00 cumulative GPA.
Students must be accepted and classified as degree seeking.
- To receive financial aid, enrollment is based on classes that count toward degree completion. If a class is not required to earn the degree, then that class will not be used to calculate a student's enrollment.
- Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
- Students may not receive aid in excess of their cost of attendance.
- Students must not be in default on any federal educational loan or owe repayment on a federal grant at this or any other institution.
- Students must provide all information requested for the completion of their file.
- Students must apply annually for financial aid.
- Students must complete entrance counseling for the Federal Direct Loan if they are a first time borrower at DSU.
- Students must be a U. S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. Eligible non-citizens include I-151, I-551, and I-688 cardholders as well as some I-94 classifications.
- Students must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.
- For need based programs, students must show a financial need as computed on the FAFSA.
- All male applicants must be registered with Selective Service, if applicable
Some information may have cheanged please check with the University for more information.