Since 1923, our National Society has been awarding scholarships to help students attain higher education and achieve their career aspirations. Information about our 28 scholarships is provided on the DAR public website. There are a variety of scholarships for students pursuing different areas of study such as history, education, nursing, medicine, science, math, and law. Our scholarships are funded by endowments from wills and gifts—not member dues. The DAR scholarships are awarded and judged without regard to gender, race, religion, national origin, or disability.
Students and members can ask specific questions about our varied scholarships or the application process by contacting National Vice Chairs via scholarship-specific emails found on our public Scholarship webpage. State and chapter chairs are also available to help! Please note, the online application system includes scholarships offered by the DAR Scholarship and American Indians committees only.
Important Scholarship Application Information:
- For information about the time, and dates to apply for these applications see our link HERE.
- Students will enter and upload all of the required scholarship application information using the online application process (e.g., personal statement, transcripts, activities, proof of citizenship, and if required—their financial-need information).
- Individuals providing letters of recommendation will be able to submit their information confidentially through the online application process.