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Other International Undergraduate Students

FRESHMAN STUDENTS:

Freshman students with a U.S. high school affiliation or from a foreign high school who enroll full-time at UDM receive a UDM scholarship awarded through the Admissions Office. Students from a foreign high school must also pass the English proficiency according to the UDM guidelines. Our 2014-2015 financial awards are based on your cumulative high school grade point average. Awards can range from $10,000 to $21,000 per academic year, disbursed evenly between the fall and winter terms. These scholarships are renewable but cannot be combined with any other university grant or discount.

American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) classes do not count toward full-time enrollment status in regards to scholarships and are not eligible for any type of discount.

TRANSFER STUDENTS:

Transfer students from an accredited U.S. college or university or from a foreign high school with at least 24+ transferable credit hours or 36+ transferable quarter hours who enroll full-time at UDM receive a UDM grant awarded through the Admissions Office. Students from foreign colleges must also pass the English proficiency according to the UDM guidelines. Our 2014-2015 financial awards are based on your cumulative grade point average in college. Awards can range from $10,000 to $17,000 per academic year, disbursed evenly between fall and winter terms. These grants are renewable but cannot be combined with any other university grant or discount.

American Language and Culture Program (ALCP) classes do not count toward full-time enrollment status in regards to scholarships and are not eligible for any type of discount.

NOTE: Students recruited by agents will be awarded financial aid based on guidelines given to those UDM-designated agents.