Dallas International University offers a wide variety of Financial Aid opportunities to both undergraduate and graduate students. In just one application students can apply for need-based scholarships, work study, tuition discounts and more! Most qualified applicants receive aid so start your application today.
Dallas International University offers several different scholarships ranging from 5%-40% of tuition. There are undergraduate and graduate level scholarships available. Most scholarships are based on financial need but some have other criteria such as field of study. You do not need to apply separately for each scholarship. The Financial Aid office will determine eligibility based on your Financial Aid Application. One exception is the Literacy Megacourse Scholarship which requires students to complete specific course prerequisites and fill out the additional application.
Dallas International offers limited work study opportunities to students (up to 100 hrs at $10/hr). To be eligible, you must apply for Dallas International financial aid online. Indicate your interest by requesting a work study assignment. There are a variety of work study opportunities each term. Work study is awarded based on financial need.
BA Program Tuition Discounts
Students in our BA program are offered several tuition remission options to reduce tuition costs in addition to Scholarships. Contact email@example.com if you think you may qualify for one of the discounts below.
Academic Tuition Remission – Dallas International will give a 25% tuition remission for Dallas International students who have:
- an SAT score of at least 1300,
- an ACT score of at least 28,
- or a CLT score of at least 86,
and a 15% tuition remission for Dallas International students who have:
- an SAT score of at least 1100,
- an ACT score of at least 22,
- or a CLT score of at least 72.
The essay portion of the SAT is not considered when determining qualifying scores. For the 25% remission you need to maintain a 3.2 GPA. Likewise, for the 15% remission, you need to maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Non-Profit Family Tuition Remission – Dallas International will give a 50% tuition remission for Dallas International students who are children of those serving/working full-time for a faith-based non-profit sending agency.
High School Study Grant – Dallas International will give a 50% tuition remission for high school students registering to take up to two select entry level, summer session, Undergraduate courses (IS 1301 Popular Culture and IS 1311 Biblical Cultural Studies).
*Dallas International University does not offer federal scholarships or student loans. Therefore, there is no need for applying through FAFSA. However, students may receive deferments on FSA program loans and be eligible for the Lifetime Learning Scholarship tax credit on their federal taxes.
For the best opportunity to receive financial aid, applications are due by April 1 for the Summer term (May – August) and Fall term (July – December) or October 1 for the Spring term (January – June).
- Complete your application to Dallas International University and note your Student ID number. You can find this number on your personal contact page on your Campus Café account.
- Visit the What will it cost page and the Net Price Calculator to help you respond to the “Estimated cost amount per term” and “How will you pay for your study program” questions asked on the Financial Aid Application.
- Fill out the Financial Aid Application online. Be sure to contact us or check out the Financial Aid FAQ if you need assistance.
Financial Aid applicants need to meet the following criteria:
- Progress toward the completion of their study program
- If the scholarship requires it, maintain a cumulative 3.00 GPA or better
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Scholarship recipients are responsible for meeting IRS requirements and obligations entailed by the receipt of scholarship funds. For any questions regarding the taxability and reporting requirements, please refer to IRS publication 970 “Tax Benefits for Education”. You can access the document online at http://www.irs.gov.