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An Outstanding Education is Within Reach

As a Catholic, Marianist institution, we're committed to making a UD education affordable and accessible to all students.

To help you cover your costs, a variety of scholarships, grants, loans and part-time work study are available. The University also accepts transfer credits and credit by exam for undergraduates, giving you more flexibility to add a double major or minor or participate in a transformational experience like study abroad or co-op.

Fast Facts


Nearly all students receive financial assistance.

Best Value

U.S. News and World Report named UD a Top 35 "Best Value" School.

The Value of a UD Education

In addition to affordability, our close-knit community, experiential learning opportunities and student support are among the reasons a UD education is a great value.

Filing the FAFSA

To be considered for financial aid, new and current students are required to file the FAFSA.

Learn About Filing the FAFSA

Financial Aid Process

Learn more about the financial aid process, as well as impact of withdrawal or enrollment changes.

Explore the Financial Aid Process

Reference Guide

The Financial Aid Reference Guide will provide you with valuable information regarding your financial aid awards while at UD.

Explore the Reference Guide

Resources for Special Circumstances