Counseling PhotoThe graduate admission application serves as the scholarship application for prospective students for the masters-level Counseling Degree Programs, the masters-level Psychology Degree Programs, and the Ed.S. School Psychology Program at Marywood University. Prospective students should adhere closely to the admissions application deadline published by University Admissions to receive scholarship consideration.

The Counseling and Psychology Department faculty will determine the scholarship eligibility of each prospective graduate student based on the materials submitted in the complete admissions application.  The primary criterion that will determine scholarship eligibility will be the cumulative undergraduate GPA.

High participation and low participation merit scholarships will be available. The high participation level scholarships will require students to matriculate in 9 or more credits each fall and spring semester.  The low participation level scholarships will require students to matriculate in 6 or more credits each fall and spring semester. 

The University will not make scholarship resources available to Ed.S. School Psychology Program students in the internship year of study.

Scholarships are renewable each academic year if students remains in good academic standing.

Prospective and current graduate students of the masters-level Counseling Degree Programs, the masters-level Psychology Degree Programs, and the Ed.S. School Psychology Program who wish to be considered for graduate assistantship should submit a resume electronically according to the Master's Degree and Post Baccalaureate Assistantship Program.