If you’re a future freshman or transfer student, visit the Office of Admissions for links to cost of attendance, residency and reciprocity guidelines, scholarships, and more.One Stop Student Services has an estimated cost of attendance for undergraduate students.
Financial aid encompasses:
All students are encouraged to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year to be considered for any of these types of aid, regardless of your or your family’s level of income.
The College of Education and Human Development awards more than $250,000 in scholarships and grants each year to undergraduates. Additionally, academic departments within the college also award scholarships. These include scholarships given at the time of admission, some for supplementing unpaid internships or field experiences, and scholarships to make studying abroad more affordable. Each spring semester CEHD awards scholarships through a competitive application process, matching awards based on need, merit and expressed match to donors intentions.
University-wide scholarships and CEHD-specific scholarships are given to incoming first year students without a separate application. Once enrolled in CEHD in the fall you will be eligible to apply for other scholarships for continuing CEHD students.
Scholarships for current CEHD students, including
If you have questions about CEHD scholarships, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Youth Studies program, through the School of Social Work, has greatly challenged, evolved, and shaped my perceptions of young people and how I as a youth worker can best impact their lives.
Samara Eltahir '20
minors in Interdisciplinary Design and Spanish
Carl F. and Ruth Carter Warmington Scholarship in Social Work recipient