PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT SCHOLARSHIPS

 

The Department of Psychology offers several scholarships for WWU undergraduate and graduate students. The minimum eligibility requirements for all scholarships include having declared Psychology, Psychology Human Development, or Behavioral Neuroscience as the major, and a minimum overall Western GPA of 3.3 and minimum Psychology GPA of 3.5.

Tuition Waiver Merit Award

Students selected for this award must be of superior academic ability. Waivers are merit awards.

Eligibility: Full-time undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, psychology-human development, and behavioral neuroscience.

Ethan Remmel Scholarship

Students selected must have a record of academic excellence in psychology courses and a demonstrated commitment to pursuing a professional life working with children. It was Dr. Remmelís hope that the scholarship would support a student who would like to make a positive difference in the lives of young people in a helping profession (e.g., teaching, school counseling, social work) or in research.

Eligibility: Undergraduates and graduate students pursuing study and/or research in the area of developmental psychology.

Adams-Woodring Scholarship

The primary purpose of the scholarship is to attract and hold students with superior promise. Scholarships will be awarded to students pursuing careers in service to humanity, with highest preference to students interested in education.

Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, psychology-human development, and behavioral neuroscience. Business majors are not eligible.

How to Apply

There is one application form for all scholarships. The application form can be found on the Psychology Department Scholarships Canvas site.

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