The Center for Student Admissions answers the most frequently asked questions about Scholarship in DLSU-D.
Application for the Student Financial Aid Grant (New Applicants) and Entrance Scholarship for the First Semester of the Academic 2023-2024:
APPLICATION DATES*: Online Application - May 01 - June 30, 2023 (For Incoming Freshman) Release of Result - August 15, 2023 (Tentative) *subject to change without prior notice.
Notes: • Online scholarship application comes after slot confirmation) • The entrance scholarship is applicable for one (1) semester only. • The scholarship covers tuition fees only and excludes miscellaneous, laboratory, and other fees. • Applicants are encouraged to submit their scholarship application and requirements as early as possible to avoid any delay in processing.
DLSU-D offers both internally funded scholarships, which are supported by the University's funds, and externally funded scholarships, which are made possible through the generous contributions of partner agencies and benefactors. This diverse range of scholarships ensures that we can provide financial support to deserving students from various funding sources.
DLSU-D is committed to providing timely updates on scholarship results to our applicants. While our aim is to release the scholarship results before the start of enrollment, please note that the tentative release date is August 15, 2023. However, we kindly advise that this date is subject to change without prior notice.
As of the moment, only Entrance Scholarship is available.
Entrance Scholarship and Student Financial Aid Grant
Even if your course of study is not included in the list of priority scholarship programs, you are still encouraged to apply.
While the competition may be more challenging compared to those in the priority programs, there is still a possibility of being approved and receiving financial support for your education. Your dedication and passion in your chosen field can make a strong impression on the scholarship evaluators. Don't let the slim odds discourage you from pursuing your dreams and exploring scholarship opportunities.
One of the guidelines of the program states that preference will be given to applicants coming from public schools. However, this does not mean that students coming from private schools are not eligible to apply. Students from private schools are still welcome to apply for the scholarship program. The selection process will be based on the qualifications and merits of the applicants.
While preference may be given to Catholic applicants, it is important to note that non-Catholic students are still eligible to apply for the Student Financial Aid Grant. The scholarship program aims to support students from various backgrounds and provide equal opportunities for financial assistance. Therefore, regardless of your religious affiliation, you are encouraged to submit an application and be considered for the scholarship.
At the moment, there are no scholarships specifically available for transferees. However, we encourage transferees to apply for scholarships during the following term once they have completed at least one semester of residency at the University.