Scholarship – Spouse of University Employees
Delta State University provides a scholarship program that enables spouses of eligible employees to enroll in courses of study at the University.
: This generally includes faculty and staff employees who are working on paid appointments by the University. It generally excludes students or temporary employees. For specific information on who is considered an employee, contact the Human Resources Department.
In order to receive the scholarship, a spouse must gain admission/readmission to the University and complete the Application for Scholarship
. The application must be completed and forwarded to the Human Resources Department prior to the deadline for registration each semester. Spouses may register for one or more courses per semester.
This policy does not apply to spouses who are recipients of full scholarships from any source.
The scholarship does not include laboratory fees, course materials, housing fees, or required fees. Also excluded are Independent Study (Correspondence) courses and non-credit workshops, institutes and short courses offered through the Division of Graduate and Continuing Studies.
Spouses of regular full-time employees are eligible to receive this scholarship until the degree requirements are met and as long as the employee remains employed by DSU.Employee spouses are eligible for this benefit on the first day of the employees’ regular employment. Spouses of employees who are adjunct or temporary status are not eligible for the scholarship.