Available D&E Scholarships
Students attending Davis & Elkins College are eligible to receive merit-based scholarships based on high school or college GPA and ACT or SAT scores (if applicable). International student scholarships totaling $11,000 per academic year are available to all international students who have been accepted to Davis & Elkins College.
The Legacy Scholarship was established in 2015 to benefit family members of alumni who attended Davis & Elkins College. The scholarship is available to all full-time students who are children/stepchildren or grandchildren/step-grandchildren of a D&E alumnus/alumna. The $1,000 scholarship is automatically renewed annually. There is no separate scholarship application necessary.
Morrison-Novakovic Faith and Public Policy Scholarship
The newly created Morrison-Novakovic Center for Faith and Public Policy at Davis & Elkins College seeks to foster discussion and engagement concerning the role of faith, public policy, ethics and sustainability in our increasingly interdependent world. Up to four renewable Morrison-Novakovic Faith and Public Policy Scholarships worth $40,000 ($10,000-per-year) will be awarded for accepted students. For more information, click here.
Presbyterian Scholars Program
The Presbyterian Scholars Program offers an annual $5,000 award to new students enrolling at the College who are members of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). To qualify for the award, new students need only to submit a letter from their pastor confirming active membership. The program highlights D&E’s relationship with PC(USA) by providing support to Presbyterian students looking for a college experience that honors their faith tradition.
This is a partial scholarship awarded by each coach and is based on performance. Requests and discussion of the scholarship award should be directed to each coach. An athletic recruitment form is available at www.SenatorNation.com.
Fine Arts Scholarship
This is a partial scholarship awarded by each department and is based on performance. Requests and discussion of the scholarship award should be directed to Assistant Professor of Art Michael Doig.