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.
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).
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.
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.
All applications and associated materials must be received in the office of the Dean by May 31, 2017.
*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.