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Scholarship Opportunities for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
For the 2016-2017 academic year, the College of Education and Human Service Professions awarded over 80 scholarships to undergraduate students across all five departments and is pleased to announce the following scholarship recipients who were recognized at the Honors Convocation on April 20, 2016 (pdf).
Scholarships are generally awarded in the spring for the following academic year. However, some scholarships may be offered on a different cycle. All applications are maintained for the year and students remain eligible for any scholarships for which they qualify as they are awarded through the academic year.
Students who wish to be considered for scholarships must apply each year by submitting an application by the stated deadline.Scholarship details for the 2017-18 academic year will be available early 2017.
CEHSP students are also eligible for campus scholarships. Information and application materials can be found on the UMD One Stop website.
Fellowships and Quality Metrics Allocations are available to graduate students as determined by each department. The departments will offer fellowships to students ranking at the top of the graduate applicant pool. Students are automatically considered for a fellowship or block grant award with their completed Graduate school application.
Applying for Scholarships: We will begin to accept applications for scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year at the beginning of spring semester 2017. A full list of available scholarships through CEHSP will be available to view in early 2017. Not all scholarships listed are awarded every year, and this list is subject to change at any time. Read the criteria carefully to determine what you are qualified.
You can expect to need the following items to submit a complete application:
- Current resume (include specific information about work experience, extracurricular activities, leadership experiences, etc.)
- Letter of application that includes why you have chosen your major (career plans), how you are financing your college education (e.g., work, loans, grants, etc.; be specific); and any other information about yourself that would be of interest to the selection committee.
- A current APAS report (printer friendly version)
Student note: If you need and will request reference letters from faculty, please complete the Student Reference Request Form for the faculty member.