Scholarships, grants and financial aid are available for graduate students. University scholarships are supplemented by private scholarships, federal and state grants and student loans.
This scholarship is available for a maximum of tuition for 10 semester hours (fall, spring and summer) for the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) program. This scholarship is renewable. Financial need may be a factor. Only one scholarship is awarded each year. Contact the Psychology Department for more information.
Full-time employees of select public school districts (elementary, middle and high school) and private Catholic schools are eligible for this program. Discount is not available with doctoral programs and most online programs and cannot be combined with other discounts.
Determined by the social service agency (a limited number of agencies offer stipends). Amount varies. Contact the Worden School for more information.
These scholarships are made available through endowments provided by donors. Criteria and application for the endowed scholarships (when available) are in the forms and resources section of the Financial Aid website.
The Endowed Scholarship application is now closed. The application will be linked here when it reopens.