Students at Doral College have access to several different types of financial aid, including state aid and scholarships, as described below.

To apply for an institutional or private scholarship, please complete the Doral College Scholarship Application. The deadline is May 15, 2024.

Doral Promise Scholarship

The Doral Promise Scholarship provides full tuition to high school graduates seeking to enroll in one of the College’s undergraduate degree programs, which include the Associate in Arts, the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSED) and Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA).

Eligibility Criteria

To qualify, students must:

  • Be a graduate of the high school class of 2024;
  • Have a cumulative high school GPA of at least a 2.0;
  • Demonstrate financial need;
  • Provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or other individual familiar with the student and their academic goals, (preferred);
  • Complete the College’s Scholarship application; and
  • Be admitted to Doral College and register for a minimum of 12 credits in the fall and spring terms.

Please Note: United States citizenship, residency, or legal status is not required.

Preference will be given to:

  • Students enrolling in a bachelor’s degree program;
  • Students who have previously enrolled in Doral College dual enrollment courses; and/or
  • Graduates of Doral College dual enrollment partner schools.

Duration & Renewal

The Doral Promise Scholarship covers full tuition for the student’s chosen degree program as follows:

  • For the Associate in Arts, a maximum of 60 credits will be covered.
  • For the Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (BSED), a maximum of 123 credits will be covered.
  • For the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), a maximum of 120 credits will be covered.

Scholarship funds may be used during the summer terms. Students may not exceed the maximum allowable credits for their chosen program.

The scholarship is automatically renewable as long as the student remains enrolled full time in the chosen degree program and maintains Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as per the College’s published policy.

How to Apply

  • Complete the Doral College Scholarship Application in its entirety. Email your letter of recommendation to studentaffairs@doral.edu with the title “Doral Promise Scholarship.”
  • The Scholarship deadline for this application cycle is Wednesday, May 15th, 2024.

Download the informational flyer here.

    Maestro Cares Scholarship

    Provides full tuition for one year to high school graduates seeking to enroll in one of the College’s undergraduate degree programs. The vision of the Maestro Cares Foundation Scholarship Program is to support individuals with significant financial need, who despite personal or social setbacks, have a compelling desire to pursue a higher education.

    Eligibility Requirements

    To qualify, students must:

    • Be a high school graduate of the Class of 2024;
    • Demonstrate financial need;
    • Have a minimum GPA of 2.5 GPA;
    • Have an interest in service and commit to volunteering a minimum of twenty (20) hours of community service during the academic year;
    • Be of Latin or Hispanic decent;
    • Complete the College’s Scholarship application; and
    • Be admitted to Doral College and register for a minimum of 12 credits in the fall and spring terms.

    Preference will be given to:

    • Students enrolling in a bachelor’s degree program; and
    • Graduates of Doral College dual enrollment partner schools.

    Please Note: United States citizenship, residency, or legal status is not required.

    Duration & Renewal

    Currently, the Maestro Cares Scholarship is not renewable to a second year. Should additional funds become available, scholarship recipients will be notified. In addition, Maestro Cares Scholarship recipients will be considered for other available forms of financial aid, including the Doral Promise Scholarship, to ensure they have the option to complete their degrees with Doral College.

    Scholarship funds may be used during the summer terms. Scholarship recipients must maintain a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) during the academic year.

    How to Apply

    • Complete the Doral College Scholarship Application in its entirety. Completion of the optional questions are strongly recommended.
    • The Scholarship deadline for this application cycle is May 15, 2024.

    Download our informational flyer here.

    Students who are employed full or part-time may be eligible to have their employer sponsor their tuition. In this model, the employer pays the college directly for the student’s tuition as a forgivable loan. Sponsored students in the AA, BSED, or EPI programs must sign a promissory note in which they commit a minimum of three (3) years of employment to the employer following program completion.

            - For students who complete the service commitment, the loan is forgiven. For students who do not, the tuition paid is owed back.

            - Completed Intent to Sponsor forms should be uploaded to your application as part of your submission.

            - If a promissory note is required, it will be sent to the student via email.

    Students should inquire with their employer as to whether sponsorship is available. Sponsorships are a form of financial aid.

    Please use the correct Intent to Sponsor form as appropriate for your program:

           - AA/BSED/EPI Intent to Sponsor Form

           - Endorsement/Non-Degree Seeking Intent to Sponsor Form

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