D.C. Daughters of the American Revolution (D.C. DAR) Scholarship

A tuition fellowship for Master's students in American Studies, History or Museum Studies with a focus in historic preservation or American Fine/Decorative Arts in the years 1607-1830.

Applicants must be United States citizens and enrolled for at least six credits a semester with a GPA of at least 3.25. In addition, they must be in one of the following fields:


MA – American Studies (preference with a focus in historic preservation or in the years 1607-1830)
MA – History (preference with a focus in historic preservation or in the years 1607-1830)
MA – Museum Studies (with a focus on American Fine/Decorative Arts)

Academic year tuition awards are up to $3,500 for part-time and up to $7,00 for full-time and are stackable. Semester only awards will also be considered.

Recipients wil be invited to attend DC D.A.R. events.