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Unless stated otherwise, contact Department of Behavioral Sciences, 660.562.1260, for application.
First-time Freshmen and Transfers
Most major-specific scholarships can be
A majority of the foundation and major-based scholarships can be applied for by completing the
Letters after the scholarship name indicate who may apply for the award:
[F] Freshman | [C] Continuing | [T] Transfer | [G] Graduate
Available for students with a major in psychology or sociology who have junior or senior standing and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00. The recipient should have a career objective related to social/family services and demonstrate financial need.
Awarded to a junior or senior interested in entering some phase of social work with 3.00 minimum GPA.
Awarded to a senior psychology major who exhibits scholarship, leadership and character, and demonstrates financial need.
Awarded to senior psychology major.
Awarded to a junior or senior with declared major in psychology with preference to those planning to pursue fields related to developmental psychology. Having met all other award criteria, first preference shall be given to applicants having graduated from high schools located in Carrol County in Missouri.
Awarded to a graduate student who is seeking completion of a certification in school guidance and counseling. All applicants must reside in the geographic area served by the NWMSCA .
Awarded to a junior or senior with a declared major in the area of psychology.
Awarded to a junior or senior who demonstrates active involvement in research or other aspects of professional development. Preference will be given to students who will use the funds to support research or professional development activities.
Recipient shall maintain a minimum GPA of 2.50, have declared a major in the area of psychology, have academic standing as a junior or senior, and show financial need. First preference will be given to student athletes.
Recipient shall be a senior or graduate student majoring in or completing graduate work in the field of guidance counseling who shows need and past superior performance and achievement in his or her major field of study.
Recipients shall be graduate students at Northwest working to pursue a degree in guidance counseling. Financial need and academic performance (3.25 undergraduate and 3.5 graduate GPA with a minimum of 6 hours of graduate courses that apply to the graduate counseling degree) will be leading criteria.
Recipient shall be junior or senior at Northwest, maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75, have declared an academic major in the area of psychology or education, show financial need, and have completed a voluntary project with the handicapped (Special Olympics, etc).