Here are some of the Psychology scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.
Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office unless otherwise indicated.The NIH Undergraduate Scholarships will be awarded to students on a competitive basis who show a commitment to pursuing careers in biomedical, behavioral and social science research at the NIH.
Alliant offers scholarships/grants for qualified new undergraduate students who enroll at the San Diego campus. Please note, you must apply and be accepted to Alliant in order to be considered for financial assistance. For more information on scholarships and grants, please call (866) U-ALLIANT (866) 825-5426.
Awarded annually to a student in the Counseling Psychology Program who is selected by the faculty for academic achievement in the study of cognitive/behavioral psychology and its application in a clinical/ educational setting. Applicants must have completed 45 units, with a GPA of 3.5 or above. For students in Counseling Psychology Program
For Counseling psychology and education students who are enrolled full time (at least 9 quarter units) and who show some need.Students must apply for this scholarship annually through the Admissions Office.
Promising students with cumulative GPA's of 2.0 or greater, majoring in Counseling/Psychology who demonstrate financial need are eligible.
For students who have a declared major in Communication Studies or Psychology.
To develop in students a vocation as well as a ministry in caring for and supporting the needs of individuals and families who are experiencing an end-of-life crisis. Students must take academic course work and have training and clinical practicum or internship in hospice care, ministry and grief counseling, or social work to hospice patients.
Provides scholarships for upper-division Psychology majors.
Recipient to be selected by the faculty of the Department of Psychology.
To serious minded and spiritually sensitive students studying Psychology.
To assist deserving members of the Church of Christ attend Pepperdine University's Seaver College, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and School of Law. Recipients are selected on the basis of financial need, merit, character, and church membership.
Pepperdine Graduate School of Education and Psychology and the Colleagues, the school's alumni association, offer need-based assistance to degree-seeking students enrolled full-time (6 units each term, with the exception of Teaching Credentials only, which is 12 units each term for full-time status). Doctoral-Level Funding - Generally students may be awarded funds of up to 25% of the tuition costs. Master's-Level Funding - Generally students may be awarded funds of up to $1200 per term of enrollment, for a maximum of $3600 per academic year.
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