About the Dell Scholars Program
The Dell Scholars Program is a college completion program unique in the type of students it supports and how it nurtures and empowers those students on their path to a college degree. An initiative of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Dell Scholars Program provides its students with resources and mentoring beyond initial financial assistance to ensure they have the support they need to obtain a bachelor’s degree.
About the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
Michael and Susan Dell established the foundation in 1999. The gift was inspired by their passion for supporting children’s causes as a way to make an even greater difference in a measurable way, particularly for those children living in urban poverty. Based in Austin, TX, the Dell family foundation funds programs that foster high-quality public education and childhood health, and improve the economic stability of families living in poverty. To date, the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation has committed over $1 billion to assist nonprofit organizations working in major urban communities in the United States, India and South Africa. Our vision is to focus on opportunities with the greatest potential to directly and measurably transform the lives of children living in urban poverty.
Check out the links below where many of the most commonly asked questions are addressed. If you don’t find the answer to your question, you can reach us at:
Phone at 1-800-294-2039. Phone lines are open Monday – Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Central Standard Time (CST).
- Apply for a Dell Scholars Program scholarship
- Find information about the criteria for a Dell Scholars Program scholarship
- Look through the Frequently Asked Questions
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