Resources for scholorships, grants, financial aid, and continuing education.
The Delaware Center for Distance Adult Learning, Inc. provides workforce development programming that includes academic skills, career development, and the promotion of life-long learning. Founded as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization to create an opportunity for Delaware adults without a high school credential to earn a James H. Groves High School diploma.
This resource at the Delaware Department of Education lists partnerships, grants, a variety of scholarships, professional incentive programs, graduate resources, private scholarships, and more.
Online system for applying to receive a variety of scholarships and grants through (and/or affiliated with) The State of Delaware. Signup is free.
Delaware is home to eight colleges and universities. Five of Delawares higher learning institutions are private, while three are public. All eight are regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
Now more than ever, it's important for parents and students to formulate a plan for paying for school, including personal finances, student loans, government grants and private scholarships. The links below can assist in developing that plan.
Avoid Scholarship Scams
Calculate Family Contribution
Calculate the Cost of College
College Investment Plan (529)
Federal College Financial Aid/Grants
Financing your Education
Publications and Checklists
Considering a post-graduate career in professional services. Whether is's law, aeducation, the arts or another vocation requiring a professional license, these links below will guide you to the information you need.
Staying current on the latest information and developments is an important step in any career. Seminars and training are part of any far-reaching career path.
The Delaweare State Fire School provides training in Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Training as well as Public Fire Safety Education