College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies > Student Resources > Scholarships
The Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Program offers yearly scholarships for PAX majors and double majors. These include a selection of leadership-based scholarship opportunities for students demonstrating leadership skills and a commitment to service, as well as need-based scholarships for those with financial need.
The program also regularly shares scholarship opportunities available through the university and other sources in order to support students in their academic careers.
The Steans Center regularly offers various service opportunities and scholarships. Some of the service opportunities include Jumpstart, Intercambio, M3C Fellowship, McCormick Internship, Catholic Schools Initiative, Community Service Scholarship, Merida Scholarship, and more.
DePaul Financial Aid provides in-depth information regarding financing your college education including basic financial aid information, various types of available financial aid, how to manage costs of higher education, and various forms, guides, and resources.
They also provide a list of DePaul scholarship opportunities, including those based on academics, service and leadership, talent, and more. Additionally, there is a list of various external scholarships with a variety of different requirements.
The College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences awards a handful of annual, targeted, and relatively small ($500-$3,000) scholarships in mid-October. Check this site then for application and eligibility information.
Additionally, they sponsor research grant programs, including the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant (SURG) and the Undergraduate Research Assistant Program URAP.
Fastweb.com, collegenet.com, and fastaid.com are excellent external web sites that provide information about locating scholarships, fellowships, and grants through the private sector.