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Dell Scholarship Program 2024 – Dell Scholars

Dell Scholarship Program

Are you a graduate student in last year of your high school and looking for scholarship to reduce the financial burden on you and your family? Dell Scholars Program 2024 is inviting applications from high school students from American schools. This scholarship program is initiated and funded Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. You do not need to be high achieving students to be considered for Dell Scholarship, as this is a need-based scholarship and a support system for graduating high school students from challenging and struggling backgrounds, to help them complete college degree.

While it is dream of every student to complete college degree but for some life is not as favorable as others which puts them in disadvantage. Students who despite these challenges strive for academic success will be given Dell Scholars Program’s comprehensive, individualized support to help students for their academic, mental and life challenges. And increase financial literacy, and navigate the personal circumstances that impact their college education. With the help of this program graduating ratio of Dell Scholars is increased 200%, which shows the success of this program.

Dell Scholars Program has been founded in 2004 by Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. Since then, 5,000 scholars, including more than 2,000 college graduates has benefitted from this program. Each year 500 Dell Scholars are selected for the scholarship and non-monetary support is given to them.

Scholarship Details

  • Host Organization: Michael and Susan Dell Foundation
  • Institute: Various Institutes of the United States of America
  • Course level: Bachelors
  • Eligible Regions: All areas
  • Country: United States of America
  • Fields of Study: Host university available programs
  • No. of Scholarships: Various
  • No. of awards: Around 500 per year

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Eligibility Criteria

  • Candidates must have participated in college readiness program in grade 11 and 12, approved by Dell Scholars Program.
  • You are graduating from an accredited high school in current academic year.
  • Show that you require financial support.
  • Obtain a minimum GPA of 2.4. (grade point average).
  • Plan to enroll full-time in a Bachelor’s program at an authorized college or university the fall after graduating from high school.
  • being qualified for a Federal Financial Aid package during your first year of college
  • SAT/ACT test

This program specifically targets low-income, highly driven pupils who are better than their test scores suggest and who have the perseverance to achieve in the face of challenges. The ideal applicant will exhibit a distinctive “GPA” in grit, potential, and ambition on their journey to an undergraduate program.

  • GRIT: By taking the initiative to deal with or get through personal struggles in their life that are connected to their households, schools, or communities.
  • POTENTIAL: by taking part in college readiness programs and pursuing rigor in the classroom.
  • AMBITION: by organizing and putting their desire of earning a college degree into preparation.

Dell Scholarship Benefits

  • A versatile $20,000 scholarship that students can utilize to pay for the many expenses they incur while in college
  • Options for individualized support that help students overcome the intellectual, financial, and emotional obstacles that might keep them from finishing college
  • An electronic device with a four-year warranty
  • Use Chegg credits ($500 per year for four years) for textbook rentals, purchases, or textbook solutions.
  • Accessibility to the Scholars Assistance Network, which links scholars and their families to services that assist them in managing stress, debt, and other life problems
  • The ability to connect students to expert counseling via a teletherapy service.

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Approved College Readiness Programs

  • 10,000 Degrees
  • Alliance College-Ready Public Schools
  • ASPIRE Public Schools
  • AVID
  • Bottom Line
  • Breakthrough Austin
  • College AIM
  • College Forward
  • College Possible
  • Cristo Rey Network
  • Fulfillment Fund
  • Genesys Works
  • Green Dot Public Schools
  • Guided Pathways Support Program
  • Hidden Genius Project
  • IDEA Academy
  • iMentor
  • KIPP Academy/ KIPP Through College(KTC)
  • Let’s Get Ready
  • My Brother’s Keeper Scholars (A program of Communities In Schools)
  • One Goal
  • The Opportunity Network
  • Philadelphia Futures
  • Project MALES
  • Texas Empowerment Academy
  • Upward Bound
  • Upward Bound – Math Science
  • YES Prep Public Schools
  • Uplift Education

Scholarship Deadline

The application portal is open for students who are willing to apply for the Dell Scholarship Program and initiate their graduation program.

  • Application Deadline: 1st December 2023
  • Semifinalist Announcement: 10 December 2023
  • The time limit for Semifinalist: 27 January 2024
  • Dell Scholars Announcement: 18 March 2024

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How to Apply

  • The first step in applying for a scholarship through the Dell Scholars program is filling out the online application.
  • Key application dates are listed here.
  • All submissions will be evaluated after submission, and a set of semifinalists will be chosen.
  • A recent copy of their high school certificate, a full Student Aid Report (SAR) from their FAFSA, and an online recommendation are required of semifinalists.
  • An impartial selection committee reviews all information following the submission of the semifinalist documentation.

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