How Do I Apply for D&E Scholarships?
Your admission application to the College will qualify you for merit-based institutional scholarships. There is no separate scholarship application for institutional financial aid. If you are interested in scholarship opportunities through our Athletic Department or Division of Creative Arts, simply indicate so on your admission application and your counselor will be able to connect you with the appropriate coach or program chairperson for a scholarship audition.
This is a partial scholarship awarded by each coach and is based on performance. Requests and discussion of the scholarship award should be directed to each coach. An athletic recruitment form is available at www.SenatorNation.com.
Creative Arts Scholarship
This is a partial scholarship awarded by each academic program and is based on performance. Requests and discussion of the scholarship award should be directed to Division of Creative Arts Chair Michael Doig.
Highlands Scholar Program
The D&E Highlands Scholar Program is a distinctive offering that provides a significant tuition discount to freshmen students from West Virginia. For more information, visit the Highlands Scholar Program page.
International Student Scholarship
International student scholarships totaling $11,000 per academic year are available to all international students.
The Legacy Scholarship is available to all full-time students who are children/stepchildren or grandchildren/step-grandchildren of a D&E alumnus/alumna. The $1,000 scholarship is automatically renewed annually.
Students attending Davis & Elkins College are eligible to receive merit-based scholarships based on high school or college GPA and ACT or SAT scores (if applicable).
Morrison-Novakovic Faith and Public Policy Scholarship
The newly created Morrison-Novakovic Center for Faith and Public Policy at D&E seeks to foster discussion and engagement concerning the role of faith, public policy, ethics and sustainability in our increasingly interdependent world. Up to four renewable Morrison-Novakovic Faith and Public Policy Scholarships worth $40,000 ($10,000-per-year) will be awarded for accepted students. For more information, click here.
National Alumni Council Scholarship
New and transfer legacy students can apply for the National Alumni Council Scholarship by completing the scholarship application and returning it to the Office of Financial Aid.
Presbyterian Scholars Program
The Presbyterian Scholars Program offers an annual $5,000 award to new students who are members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). To qualify for the award, new students need only to submit a letter from their pastor confirming active membership.