All students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to qualify for Dallas Christian College scholarships..
- Academic scholarships, grants, and participation awards are for tuition only. Excess funding may not be carried over to the next academic year.
- GPA requirements for scholarships, grants, and participation awards may vary. Please refer to the Dallas Christian College Catalog for those specific minimum requirements.
- Students must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours per semester.
- Grants and participation awards may be added to academic scholarships as long as they do not exceed tuition costs for each semester.
- First-time students and transfer students with less than 12 hours of transferable college credit will be assessed for academic scholarships by their high school GPA. Transfer students with 12 or more transferable credit hours will be assessed for academic scholarships by their cumulative college GPA.
Developing Christian Influence Scholarship
The Developing Christian Influence Scholarship is awarded to students who have demonstrated a commitment to their Christian faith. To be considered for DCIS, prospective students must have completed the admissions process, the FAFSA, and have a 2.0 GPA.
2.5 – 2.99 GPA On-Campus = max award $1,750, Off-Campus = max award $1,000
2.0. – 2.49 GPA On-Campus = max award $1,500, Off-Campus = max award $750
Applicants who choose to reside on campus will receive priority. Award amounts are based on full-time enrollment, part-time (9-11hrs) students are awarded at 50% of the full-time rate. Recipients must maintain a 2.0 GPA.
The President’s Scholarship is awarded to incoming students who demonstrate academic excellence. Award amounts are determined based on FAFSA completion and GPA.
3.75 – 4.0 GPA On-Campus = max award $6,000, Off-Campus = max award $4,000
College entrance scores (minimum ACT 26 or SAT 1240 combined math and reading only)
Recipients must maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA and remain in good standing with the College. A limited number of President’s Scholarships are available each year. Award amounts are based on full-time enrollment, part-time (9-11hrs) students are awarded at 50% of the full-time rate.
The DCC Academic Scholarship is awarded to incoming students who demonstrate strong academic performance. Award amounts are determined based on FAFSA completion, EFC, and GPA requirements.
3.6 – 3.74 GPA On-Campus = max award $4,250, Off-Campus = max award $3,250
3.3 – 3.59 GPA On-Campus = max award $3,500, Off-Campus = max award $2,500
Recipients must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA and remain in good standing with the College, in addition to any other requirements to maintain scholarships as set forth in the Catalog. Award amounts are based on full-time enrollment, part-time (9-11hrs) students are awarded at 50% of the full-time rate.
International Student Scholarship
The Dallas Christian College International Scholarship is available to all students that are ineligible for Title IV financial aid based on citizenship or residency. Students that reside off-campus will be awarded a 25 percent tuition scholarship. Eligible on-campus students will be awarded a 50 percent tuition scholarship. Total institutional scholarships awarded to international students can not exceed the designated tution scholarship award amount.
Chapel Hills Christian Church Scholarship
Christian Ministry Scholarship
Marilyn Foggin Scholarship
Kory Ford Memorial Scholarship
William O. Gaslin Scholarship
Henry Halff Scholarship
Les Hoyt Scholarship
Dennis James Morgan Scholarship
Daniel L. Pinney Scholarship
Myron and Eleanor Reichardt Memorial Scholarship
Edward Schorstein Scholarship
Bob and Carol Smith Memorial Scholarship
Roy Wheeler Scholarship
Wallace and Marjory Worley Scholarship
Students in search of financial aid to pay for college may find some of the links here useful. This information is provided for informational purposes only. Inclusion does not constitute endorsement. Neither the Office of Student Financial Services nor Dallas Christian College can guarantee the accuracy or the timeliness of information found at any of the links above. It is critical that students verify information, particularly where deadlines are concerned.
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