Scholarships available to Social Work students
(There are a limited number of awards. Applicants may apply for up to two scholarships but, if awarded, receive only one.)
Applications for 2019-2020 scholarships will only be accepted between March 1, 2019 and April 15, 2019 for all scholarships except for the Advocacy Scholars, which is due on January 10, 2019. The scholarships are awarded in the fall of each year.
The following scholarships are made possible through special endowments to the School of Social Work, open to undergraduate, master and doctoral students.
- Gordon & Gladys Aldridge Memorial Fellowship
Open to MSW and PhD candidates to achieve educational and professional goals.
- Dr. Mary Bremer Barron Scholarship
Open to students enrolled in the Flint MSW program.
- Future Leaders Endowed Scholarship in SW
Open to students enrolled in the MSW program.
- Richard D. Gardner Memorial Scholarship
Open to students enrolled in the MSW program with at least a 3.0 gpa with a preference to those interested in the area of substance abuse.
- Henry-Lane Scholarship
Open to PhD candidates.
- Robert Little Scholarship
Open to students enrolled in the MSW program with an interest in child welfare and preference for kinship care.
- Janet Sisson Tift Scholarship
Open to BASW or MSW students pursuing an MSW Advanced Standing accelerated degree.
- Marcella Gast Schalon Scholarship
Open to undergraduate students enrolled in the School of Social Work with a preference for students in good academic standing and from Berrien County.
The following scholarships are made possible through special endowments and grants to the School of Social Work for master students in specialized placements.
- Advocacy Scholars Program
Open to MSW students accepted to the Advocacy Scholars Program. (Note deadline to apply is January 10, 2019.)
- Chance at Childhood Scholarship
Open to MSW students with placements at Chance at Childhood.
- Levande Scholarship
Open to MSW students with placements working with older adults.
- HEALS Scholarship
Open to those in the HEALS Certificate Program; applications go directly to Dr. Marcia Lampen.