Application – This refers to the main component to of any scholarship, grant or tuition program. The application contains qualifying and differentiating questions based on program type and requirements. Applications may contain sections for Demographics, Academic Information, Extracurricular and Community Service Activities and essays. This information is typically provided by the applicant and must be completely filled in to be considered for the award. ISTS may verify any information applicants provide depending on program requirements. ISTS may compare financial documents and academic transcripts to confirm accuracy of applicant-provided information. An application may contain one or more supplements.
Duke University views its financial aid program as an investment in students and their futures. We seek a diverse student body and are committed to ensuring aided students can take full advantage of the Duke experience. To that end, Duke admits transfer applicants who are . citizens and permanent residents without regard to financial circumstance or aid eligibility and meets 100 percent of each admitted student's demonstrated need throughout their undergraduate enrollment. Unfortunately, need-based financial aid is not available for international transfer students. In addition, Duke does not offer merit-based scholarships to transfer students.