Scholarships

For general financial aid information including deadlines, cost of attendance and application forms for university-wide scholarships, please visit TWU Financial Aid. Graduate student applicants are encouraged to apply for the New Graduate Student Scholarship prior to admission.

AIE.org also provides a searchable scholarship database and free resources for students and their families.

Department Scholarships

Applications should be sent to Titus Asbury, Scholarship Committee Chair, at easbury@twu.edu

Undergraduate Scholarships

Dr. Karen A. Jackson Psychology Scholarship

Established for undergraduate psychology majors who are women with overall GPAs of at least 3.0 and Psychology GPAs of at least 3.5. Download an application for the Karen A. Jackson Psychology Scholarship (Deadline April 1)

General Psychology Scholarships

Established by students, faculty and staff of the psychology and philosophy department to provide scholarships to students who are psychology majors or philosophy minors (minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0). Download an application for the General Psychology Scholarship (Deadline April 1)

Graduate Scholarships

Dr. Daniel C. Miller Graduate Scholarship Fund

Established for a graduate student in the specialist or doctoral school psychology graduate programs. The student must have a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale or its equivalent. Preference will be given to graduate students that have an expressed interest in studying school neuropsychology. Download the Dr. Daniel C. Miller Graduate Scholarship Fund application (.doc).

Dr. Daniel C. Miller Doctoral Internship Travel Fund

Established as a travel award to help offset some of the travel costs associated with school or counseling psychology doctoral students who are applying for an APA approved internship and must travel to multiple sites across the country. Download the Dr. Daniel C. Miller Doctoral Internship Travel Fund application (.doc).

Graduate Assistantships

A number of graduate teaching assistantships are available for doctoral level students, and other types of graduate assistantships may be offered to master's level students based on availability. All assistantships require the completion of the college teaching course (PSY 6981). More information regarding pay and benefits, as well as assistantships for other departments, can be found on the Graduate School Assistant website. Applications and copies of your curriculum vitae should be sent to Shannon Scott. Ph.D.

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