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The Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences is proud to collaborate with national and community-based organizations in announcing the following scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in our programs. Scholarship criteria, selection processes, and funding for the scholarships listed below are solely the responsibility of the sponsoring organization. Student applicants are instructed to direct all questions and application materials to the organizations or individuals designated in the descriptions below.
Community-based organizations interested in posting scholarship information on this site for students enrolled in the Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences should contact Peter Knox at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406.243.4911.
www.SpeechPathologyMastersPrograms.com, a resource dedicated to helping aspiring SLPs navigate graduate school and state licensure, offers a scholarship database containing dozens of graduate SLP scholarship opportunities that UM students are eligible for.
To learn more about this program and review scholarship opportunities, please visit the Scholarship Database.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation has six general categories of scholarships available for undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled and attending full time at four-year colleges or universities in the United States.
To learn more about these unique opportunities, please visit the AFCEA Educational Foundation scholarship website.
Through the PDK Educational Foundation, Phi Delta Kappa offers a variety of ways for members to get financial assistance for school, research, and education projects.
To learn more about the various scholarships and awards available to undergraduate and graduate students, please visit the PDK International Scholarship and Award website.