Scholarships Application Open Until Midnight April 30, 2023

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Returning Students with 2.0+ DMC GPA

Use this link & your "webdmc email address" for returning DMC students with DMC Grade Point Average 2.0+

Returning DMC Students
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New Students with no existing DMC GPA

Use this link & your "personal email address" for new DMC students with no existing DMC Grade Point Average (requires HS or other College transcript) New DMC Students
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Scholarship Questions?

Do you have questions about scholarships? Here are the answers!

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Emergency Aid

Learn about and apply for Student Emergency Aid. Student Emergency Aid is available all the time and there is no deadline for applying.

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Donate to Scholarships

Check out the Del Mar College Foundation, Inc. Our team is here to help you accomplish your philanthropic goals.

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Contact the Foundation

Contact or visit our office at the Del Mar College Center for Economic Development. For a current list of active scholarships, email Elsie Odom at

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Why Apply for Scholarships?

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Looking back, Scholarships made all the difference!


Minimum GPA to apply for all Foundation scholarships (or GED equivalency)


Million in scholarships awarded for fiscal year 2022


Thousand dollars helped students with emergencies in Fall 2022