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Scholarships & Fellowships


Double Demon Scholarship
This scholarship is available to DePaul alumni doing graduate work at DePaul. It covers 25 percent of the tuition for a master's degree, non-degree work or select certificate programs.*

Applying. Alumni from any of DePaul's colleges who are admitted into a graduate program — including degree, non-degree or select certificate programs* — automatically qualify for the Double Demon Scholarship. Both full-time and part-time students are eligible. No scholarship application is required. Contact the admission office for your college of interest​​ to learn more.

(Note: This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with other DePaul scholarships, waivers or awards. University employees are eligible for other tuition benefits and are not eligible. And it does not cover coursework from the Center for Professional Education (CPE), Institute for Professional Development (IPD), coursework in a doctoral program or a Master of Fine Arts (MFA), Music, Theatre, Law and a few other select programs.) 

*Scholarship does not apply to all certificate programs. Please contact your college admission offices for more information.

American Bar Foundation Fellowships
The ABF sponsors fellowship programs for postdoctoral scholars, doctoral candidates, graduate and undergraduate students. All fellowships are held in residence at the ABF's offices in Chicago.  Online applications for an open fellowship opportunity can be submitted through the American Bar Foundation website

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation College Scholarship Program is an undergraduate scholarship program available to high-achieving high school seniors with financial need who seek to attend the nation’s best four-year colleges and universities. College scholars receive up to $40,000 per year, college planning support, ongoing advising, and the opportunity to network with the larger JKCF Scholar community. The application period is open from early September to early November. Nearly 40 college scholars are selected for this program each year.  For more information, visit the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation website


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