Scholarships & Assistantships
Contact your academic program for questions about other possible program specific funding opportunities:
Office: 305 Udvar-Hazy Building
Office: McDonald 2nd Floor
Office: HPC 347
Office: Holland 465
Work-study provides students a way to pay for school through a part-time job on campus. After a student submits their FAFSA application, they can apply for a work-study position if they have unmet needs based on the results of their FAFSA application. The Federal Work-Study Program is authorized and funded by the Federal Government, and only the Financial Aid & Scholarships Office may award DSU Work-study funds. Eligible students will receive their Work-study award as part of their total financial aid award only after they have received a work-study job offer.
Program Contact Information:
Financial Aid Work-Study Coordinator
Office: HCC 184
Graduate student loan options include both Federal and Private loans. It is recommended that students research the various lending options available to determine which best fits their individual needs.
For questions regarding student loan options, please contact the financial aid office.