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The following listings are scholarship and grant opportunities for which you may be eligible. Many of these opportunities are not offered by Seattle University, so please use the contact information listed if you have questions. Students will generally be notified by email of these opportunities as well.
Click here for more information about the Counseling Program Endowed Scholarship Fund, which will provide annual scholarships for Counseling students once fully funded.
Open Invitation to Submit Student Research Proposals
Research is an important part of counselor preparation, and CACREP is supporting student research with a grant for a student or group of students currently enrolled in a CACREP-accredited program. CACREP is interested in a wide variety of research topics that would assist with and are of relevance to CACREP's mission.
Eligible: Students in good standing in CACREP-accredited counseling programs. Primary researchers should be familiar with CACREP's mission, accreditation process and standards.
Grant Amount: Up to $500
How to Apply: See the criteria and other details here. Email finished proposals to email@example.com.
Eligible: School Counseling only; students from underrepresented groups (American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Black Non-Hispanic, and Hispanic); applicants must be citizens of the United States or resident aliens
Scholarship Amount: $825/quarter for up to 6 quarters ($4950 total)
How to Apply: Complete the application and submit to the Counseling Program Office (Loyola 218). Download an information sheet here. Your application will be kept on file until an award is granted. We are unable to give you an estimate on when awards will be granted; they are offered on a periodic basis.
Eligible: Newly admitted College of Education students. Recipients must maintain continuous enrollment of at least three credits per term, with a minimum of 12 credits per academic year, and must remain in good standing.
Scholarship Amount: Up to $2,400 per academic year, up to $4,800 total
How to Apply: Apply for a College of Education program (including Counseling) and complete a FAFSA. No separate application required. This scholarship is awarded through the Graduate Admissions Office to new students only. Awarded based on financial need and fit with the mission of the College.
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