Degree Programs

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance:

Internal:

Fellowships will cover in-state or out-of-state tuition and fees, travel expenses to attend or present at professional conferences, and tutoring.  Candidates must be African-American or other low income Americans, fully-admitted or expecting to be fully, admitted to a graduate degree program at WSSU in Nursing (MSN), Physical Therapy (MPT), Computer Science (MCST), Rehabilitation Counseling (MRC), Occupational Therapy (MSOT), or Mathematics and Science Education (MAT), have financial need as determined by data on the Free FAFSA form, enrolled full-time (9 hours), and be a U.S. Citizen or national or permanent resident of the U.S.. Application deadlines are: Fall – April 15th Spring – November 15th.  Please submit application to your program coordinator or department. 

Assistantships are for individuals who are admitted into the School of Graduate Studies and Research in full graduate standing and be enrolled in the fall and spring semesters. A student must not hold non-degree, provisional, or probationary status at the university.  Students must also be in good academic standing (with a 3.00 grade point average or higher), unless granted an exception by the Graduate department.  Application deadlines are: Fall – July 1st Spring – November 1st.  Please submit application to your program coordinator or department. 
 
  
External:
 
 
The North Carolina Student Loan Program for Health, Science and Mathematics (HSM) is awarded based on major, academic capabilities and financial need. Recipients must be legal residents of North Carolina for tuition purposes who have been accepted as full-time students in accredited associate, baccalaureate, master's or doctoral programs leading to degrees in specified health, science or mathematics-related fields. Students interested in this scholarship should complete the online application on the cfnc.org website. Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator. The annual award of $5,000 is renewable. See www.cfnc.org for more information. Apply using www.cfnc.org link by May 1 of each year.
Teacher Assistant Scholarship Fund (TASF) is for full-time teacher assistants that are North Carolina residents working on a degree toward an initial teaching license. These students must enroll in a minimum of six (6) semester hours and may receive up to $3,600 annually. Students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average for renewal consideration and must not be in default on any student loans. Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator. For more information, go to the website at www.cfnc.org and for more information and deadlines. 
 
Edgar and Lois Reich Educational Fund Scholarship is for native born citizens of Forsyth or Davidson County, NC pursuing a degree in Education and currently reside in either county. The number of recipients and scholarship amount are determined by the market value of the scholarship fund assets each year. Undergraduate or Graduate students may apply online at https://www.csascholars.org/ereic/index.php. Only those students demonstrating academic achievement and financial need will be awarded. Applications are available as of January 22 and are due with a postmark of no later than May 15, 2011.
 
Senah C. and C. A. Kent Foundation Scholarship is for individuals attending college in Forsyth County, NC pursuing a degree. The number of recipients and scholarship amount are determined by the market value of the scholarship fund assets each year. Undergraduate or Graduate students may apply online at https://www.csascholars.org/kent/index.php. Only those students demonstrating academic achievement and financial need will be awarded. Applications are available as of February 13, 2011 and are due with a postmark of no later than April 15, 2011.
 
AFCEA Scholarships for Teaching STEM is for
U.S. citizens with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 (or equivalent). Undergraduate candidates must be attending an accredited U.S. college or university on-campus and majoring in secondary education or a STEM field for the purpose of teaching STEM subjects in a U.S. middle or secondary school.  Undergraduate applications will be accepted from current sophomores and juniors (minimum second-year students please). Graduate candidates must be currently enrolled in at least two semester-equivalent classes at an accredited U.S. college or university.  Credential and licensure students must have completed a bachelor’s degree in a STEM major.  Deadline is May 1st. http://education.ufl.edu/student-services/files/2011/04/Stem-Scholarship-flyer_R3.pdf

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