Our program offers opportunities to receive financial support to cover some costs of travel, research, dissertations, and more.
General Program Scholarships/Support
The Doctor of Psychology Program has a substantial budget line dedicated to direct scholarship aid to students. Every student receives scholarships which typically range from $8,000 to $12,000. Visit the Graduate School Scholarships page for more details about scholarships available to students of the program.
Ph.D. Program Student Conference Travel Scholarship
Up to $650 per year. Given the research opportunities students have within the department, opportunities may arise to make a presentation with faculty at a conference. This scholarship covers eligible expenses related to the conference if the student is working with a faculty member on the project being presented and helps make the presentation. Eligible expenses are conference registration fees, presentation materials, travel, lodging and presentation costs.
Ph.D. Diversity & Justice Mini-Grant
Up to $1000. Students may apply for funding from the Diversity and Justice Committee for projects that address issues of cultural diversity and biblical justice in clinical psychology.
Up to $500. A limited dissertation grant is available for students whose research requires expenditure for direct expenses such as printing, postage, and equipment costs.