Graduate Scholarships

Graduate Excellence Award

The Graduate Excellence Award provides an opportunity for new students in select graduate programs to receive tuition assistance. Awards are available on a competitive basis, in amounts ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 per year. The Graduate Excellence Award may be renewed for up to four semesters, based on eligibility criteria set forth by the program.

Qualified Programs

Awards are available to qualified students in the following programs:

Construction Management

$2,500 for the academic year

Contact Interim Program Director Dr. Chip Ferguson regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.C.M. program website

Counseling (M.A.Ed. in School Counseling and M.S. in Clinical Mental Health)

$5,000 for the academic year

Contact the Program Director Dr. Lisen Roberts regarding the application and/or selection process.

Visit the M.A.Ed. & M.S. Counseling program website

English

$5,000 for the academic year

Contact the Program Director Dr. Annette Debo regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.A. English program website

Health SCience

$2,500 for the academic year

Contact the Program Director Dr. Brian Raming regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.H.S. program website

History

$5,000 for the academic year

Contact the Program Director Dr. Alexander Macaulay regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.A. History program website

Physical Therapy

$5,000 for the academic year

Contact the Program Specialist Linda Donaldson regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the D.P.T. program website

Project Management

$2,500 for the academic year

Contact the Program Specialist Alexandra Watson regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.P.M. program website

Special Education (Master of Arts in Teaching and Master of Arts in Education)

$2,500 for the academic year

Contact the Program Director Dr. Karena Cooper-Duffy regarding the application and/or selection process. 

Visit the M.A.Ed. and M.A.T. Special Education program website

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