Admission & Financial Aid
As a student in the Department of History, you'll work closely with faculty to explore a variety of geographic areas and periods ranging from premodern Europe to modern Latin America, and from colonial America to twentieth-century China.
Whether you pursue a history major to practice your historical analysis while exploring a broad selection of courses, or you choose to supplement your degree with a history minor curated to your particular interests, our undergraduate-only program offers you academic support and attention. If you strive to share your passion for history through a career in education, you can apply to our dual degree program in teacher education with the Morgridge College of Education, in which you can complete a major in history and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction in just five years.
The College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences offers both need- and merit-based scholarships for undergraduate students in the Department of History.
DU Financial Aid
The University of Denver also offers aid in the form of loans, grants, scholarships and work-study positions. To receive financial aid offers, complete the FAFSA and other required financial aid applications.
Department of History Scholarships
Scholarships for Majors
History majors are automatically considered for the following four scholarships offered by the Department of History.
Carey Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1987 by Faye K. Carey, MA '62, the Raymond G. & Faye K. Carey Endowed Scholarship Fund supports an undergraduate junior or senior history major enrolled in the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences. Recipients shall be designated as Carey Scholars.
Calhoun/Pulman Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1995 through a bequest from Raymond Edward Calhoun, MA '67, the Raymond Edward Calhoun and Michael Barraclough Pulman Scholarship in History supports undergraduate students majoring in history. Recipients shall be designated as Calhoun Scholars.
Tarr Endowed Scholarship
The Tarr Endowed Scholarship was started by Michael Pulman, a professor in the Department of History from 1971-1991, in memory of Terence Tarr, a colleague in the Department of History. The scholarship is awarded to a history major with a research interest in Latin American history.
Breck Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established through a bequest by Shirlee A. and Fred J. Martin Jr., the Allen D. Breck Endowed Scholarship Fund provides scholarship support to undergraduate students majoring in history within the Divisions of Arts, Humanities and Social Science at the University of Denver. Recipients shall be designated as Breck Scholars.