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Scholarship Opportunities

Learn more about the scholarship opportunities available to graduate students. In addition to the scholarships listed below, you can find more information on the Financial Aid scholarship search page. To download the application form, click here. Please ensure that you meet a scholarship's eligibility requirements before submitting an application.

General Scholarships

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Scholarship. This scholarship is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated in any College of Psychology program.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Scholarship is endowed through funds raised through the College of Psychology Annual Humanitarian of the Year event. These funds are to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students demonstrating significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University and who demonstrate community/volunteer activities.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. In the essay the nominee should address ways in which he/she qualifies for the scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the David Spector Memorial Scholarship Endowment. This scholarship is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated in a College of Psychology program who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University and who are training to provide drug and alcohol addiction counseling. Preference will be given to graduate students who have experience working with clients struggling with drug and/or alcohol addiction.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The David Spector Memorial Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by Mr. Howard Spector in memory of his late son.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less outlining the applicant’s interest in drug and alcohol addiction counseling, and the contributions he/she is planning to make to the field. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the David Spector Memorial Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Essays shall be forwarded to the donor for review. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Gilbert H. Berken Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated in a College of Psychology program who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Gilbert H. Berken Endowed Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by Ms. Magdalen R. Berken in memory of her late husband Gilbert H. Berken.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Gilbert H. Berken Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Essays shall be forwarded to the donor for review. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Lorraine Thomas Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship is available to psychology students currently matriculated in any College of Psychology graduate program demonstrating a career interest in working with children and adolescents.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Lorraine Thomas Endowed Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by Lorraine Thomas, who was honored at the College’s Third Annual Humanitarian of the Year Award as one of South Florida’s children’s most generous benefactors. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students who are in financial need as determined by the office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University and whose clinical/research activities are commensurate with the purpose of the Lorraine Thomas Endowed Scholarship.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Lorraine Thomas Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Lorraine Thomas Endowed Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Polly Wilkie Endowed Scholarship This scholarship is available to outstanding graduate psychology students currently matriculated in any College of Psychology program. Preference will be given to students who enter a College of Psychology graduate program via dual admission with the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Students who are in good academic and professional standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Polly Wilkie Endowed Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by funds from the College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Award. Ms. Polly Wilkie was honored at the College of Psychology Ninth Annual Humanitarian of the Year Award in recognition for her outstanding achievements and tireless community activism on behalf of children, the homeless and others in distress or in need in Broward County. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students who are in financial need and whose clinical/research activities are commensurate with the purpose of the Polly Wilkie Endowed Scholarship.

Eligibility

1. Applicant must be the first in his/her family to attend college and have demonstrated a history of successful volunteer activity, preferable in Broward County.
2. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
3. Demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.
4. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Polly Wilkie Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Polly Wilkie Endowed Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Robert D. Weitz Student Psychology Award. This scholarship is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated in any College of Psychology program. Preference will be given to students demonstrating a career interest in psychology theory.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Robert D. Weitz Psychology Award is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated into any College of Psychology program showing an interest in psychology theory. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding College of Psychology clinical psychology students who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University. Endowment provided through funds donated by College of Psychology staff, faculty, and alumni.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Rose and albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Robert D. Weitz Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Rose and Albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship is available to graduate psychology students currently matriculated in any College of Psychology program. Preference will be given to students demonstrating a career interest in children and family issues.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Rose and Albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by Rose and Albert Miniaci who were honored at the College of Psychology Sixth Annual Humanitarian of the Year Award in recognition for their outstanding contributions to the community. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students who are in financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University and whose clinical/research activities are commensurate with the purpose of the Rose and Albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student who is matriculated in a graduate program in the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Rose and albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Rose and Albert Miniaci Endowed Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Clinical Psychology Students

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting applications/nominations for the A. Gordon Rose Scholarship – Another View. This scholarship is available to clinical psychology students who are committed to doing research and professional work aimed at increasing self-acceptance and community acceptance of gay people.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The A. Gordon Rose Scholarship – Another View is funded through an endowment provided by the late Ms. Eve Rose in memory of her late son A. Gordon Rose. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to students who are committed to doing research and professional work aimed at increasing the self-acceptance and community acceptance of gay and lesbian individuals.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current clinical psychology student who is in good standing in the College of Psychology who exemplifies the purpose of the A. Gordon Rose – Another View Scholarship. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which the applicant qualifies for the scholarship. This may include past or present activities supportive of gay and lesbian self-acceptance or community acceptance, as well as, aspirations to conduct research and professional work in furtherance of gay and lesbian self-acceptance or community acceptance. Interest in other domains of gay and lesbian research and professional work will also be given consideration.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the A. Gordon Rose – Another View Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.


*All applications shall be reviewed by the A. Gordon Rose-Another View Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Albert Goldstein Scholarship. This scholarship is available to outstanding College of Psychology clinical psychology students who demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University.

Students who are in good academic and professional standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Albert Goldstein Scholarship is funded through the Albert Goldstein Charitable Gift Annuities. The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to deserving students who desire a degree in clinical psychology to prepare them for careers in child mental health services.

Eligibility

1. Clinical Psychology students demonstrating a career interest in working with children suffering from mental or emotional disorders or a developmental disability
2. Applicants must have completed at least one clinical practicum in a setting serving children
3. Demonstrate significant financial need.
4. Students must be in good academic and professional standing
5. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Albert Goldstein Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Albert Goldstein Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Alfred Seller’s Memorial Endowment Fund. This scholarship is available to outstanding College of Psychology clinical psychology students who demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.

A Student in good standing is eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students can make application independently. The dollar amount of the scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Alfred Seller’s Memorial Endowment Fund was funded by donations from College of Psychology faculty, staff, alumni, College of Psychology SGA, and others in memory of Alfred Sellers, Ph.D., a faculty member and alumnus of the College of Psychology. The purpose of this scholarship is to enhance the process of student research (e.g., assist with dissertation, directed study, or other projects).

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing enrolled in the Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical psychology program. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The application must provide a short description of the research proposal as well as a letter of interest.
3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. 4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Alfred Seller’s Memorial Endowment Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Alfred Sellers Memorial Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Dr. Oscar Bekoff and Mrs. Beatrice Bekoff Endowed Scholarship.

This scholarship is available to students currently enrolled in the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D,) program at the College of Psychology.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and will be paid in the form of a tuition waiver. The scholarship will be awarded each year to the same student for the student’s duration in the program.

Background

The Dr. Oscar Bekoff and Mrs. Beatrice Bekoff Endowed Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by Dr. Oscar Bekoff and Mrs. Beatrice Bekoff. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding Ph.D. students who are in financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current doctor of philosophy program at the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Dr. Oscar Bekoff and Mrs. Beatrice Bekoff Endowed Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Joe Millsaps Scholarship. The scholarship is available to outstanding clinical psychology students currently enrolled at the College of Psychology. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a passion for the United States Military with devotion to those who protect our freedoms and strive to maintain peace around the world.

Students who are in good academic and professional standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Joe Millsaps Scholarship is funded through an endowment provided by funds from the College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Award. The purpose of the fund is to serve as a lasting legacy to Mr. Joe Millsaps, a beloved, long-time member of the NSU- College of Psychology board of advisors, by attracting and supporting academically superior clinical psychology students who share Joe Millsaps’ dedication and respect for the United States Military. Mr. Millsaps was honored posthumously at the 2011 College of Psychology Humanitarian of the Year Award.

Eligibility

1. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
2. Must be identified as academically superior by members of clinical psychology faculty.
3. Demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University.
4. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged which are commensurate with the purpose of the Joe Millsaps Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Joe Millsaps Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting applications for the Lane Family Fund for Hispanic Studies in Psychology. This scholarship is available to College of Psychology clinical psychology students who show evidence of experience and support of Hispanic Culture and who provide support to the Hispanic community in South Florida, now and in the future. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate interest in psychodynamic psychology.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Lane Family Fund for Hispanic Studies in Psychology is funded through an endowment provided by the Lane Family. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing enrolled in the Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical psychology program. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of Lane Family Fund for Hispanic Studies Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Lane Family Fund for Hispanic Studies in Psychology Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Leonard Roth Memorial Scholarship. This scholarship is available to College of Psychology clinical psychology students who are demonstrating a career interest in gerontology.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Leonard Roth Memorial Scholarship is funded through an endowment made possible by the family of Professor Leonard Roth and College of Psychology faculty and alumni. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to students who are committed to doing research and professional work in the area of geriatric psychology.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing enrolled in the Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical psychology program. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. The essay should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Leonard Roth Memorial Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Leonard Roth Memorial Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Max Hutt Endowed Scholarship. This scholarship is available to 3rd and 4th year clinical psychology students currently enrolled in the College of Psychology with a career interest in psychodynamic psychology.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Max Hutt Scholarship is funded through an endowment. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students demonstrating significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing enrolled in the Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical psychology program. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. In the essay the nominee should address ways in which he/she qualifies for the scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose Matt Hutt Endowed Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Max Hutt Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Psychology Doctoral Alumni Scholarship. This scholarship is available to the College of Psychology doctoral students enrolled in either of the College of Psychology clinical psychology programs.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The College of Psychology Doctoral Alumni Scholarship Fund is funded through an endowment established with funds donated by alumni from the college’s clinical psychology programs. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding College of Psychology clinical psychology students who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student in good standing enrolled in either the Ph.D. or Psy.D. clinical psychology program. Students on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. In the essay the nominee should address ways in which he/she qualifies for the scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through Webstar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Doctoral Alumni Scholarship Fund Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Psy.D. Multicultural Scholarship. This scholarship is available to students currently enrolled in the College of Psychology Clinical Psychology Psy.D. program wishing to pursue multicultural studies.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The Psy.D. Multicultural Scholarship in Psychology is funded through an endowment. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding students who are in financial need as determined by the Office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University and who demonstrate a career interest in multicultural psychology.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student who is enrolled in the clinical psychology Psy.D. program at the College of Psychology. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Nomination/Application

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. In the essay the applicant should address ways in which he/she qualifies for this scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged in which are commensurate with the purpose of the Psy.D. Multicultural Scholarship.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Psy.D. Multicultural Scholarship Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship

Counseling Students

Nova Southeastern University College of Psychology is now accepting nominations/applications for the Master’s Alumni Scholarship. This scholarship is available to students currently matriculated in a College of Psychology counseling program.

Students in good standing are eligible for nomination by a College of Psychology administrator or faculty member. Students may make application independently. The dollar amount of this scholarship varies and is payable in the form of a tuition waiver.

Background

The College of Psychology Master’s Alumni Scholarship Fund is funded through an endowment established with funds donated by alumni from the College of Psychology counseling programs. This fund is to be used to provide scholarships to outstanding College of Psychology master’s students who demonstrate significant financial need as determined by the office of Enrollment and Student Services of Nova Southeastern University.

Eligibility

The applicant must be a current student who is matriculated in a College of Psychology counseling program. Students currently on academic probation are not eligible during their period of probation. Students under review for Professional Standing related issues may be deemed ineligible until the resolution of their review.

Application Materials

1. The applicant must complete the application form.

2. The applicant must provide a double-spaced essay of 500 words or less. In the essay the applicant should address ways in which he/she qualifies for the scholarship.

3. An NSU Transcript must be submitted with the application (available through WebStar).

4. A minimum of two letters of recommendation are required. A letter of recommendation is considered to be a letter from a person who has worked with the applicant in an academic, supervisory or research capacity (e.g., faculty course instructor, clinical supervisor, research supervisor). At least one letter of recommendation must be a letter from an NSU course instructor. A letter of support may be from an individual, agency, community group or institution speaking to attributes possessed by the applicant or activities in which the applicant has engaged.

Deadline

All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by March 1, 2018.

*Applications shall be reviewed by the Master’s Alumni Scholarship Fund Committee. The dean of the College of Psychology has the sole discretion on granting the scholarship.

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