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To apply, students must complete an application. Some scholarships may include a required essay response, a current transcript and/or DAR, and a resume. The application must be complete, with no missing information. Incomplete applications will not be considered. These scholarships are competitive. Please check the eligibility when applying.
Anita Klipple Prize: Prize to the best all-around Family Science or Social Work student
We take your future success seriously and recognize graduate school is a financial demand. To support student success, below are the funding opportunities that focus on FSW graduate students:
Graduate students may be able to be awarded full or part-time Assistantships. Recipients received an annual stipend and also receive full or partial tuition waivers and partial remission of the out-of-state tuition surcharges (if applicable, depending on the specific award). Graduate students who are awarded an FSW Assistantship are assigned to an FSW faculty member and assist her/him with teaching and research activities. Assistantship responsibilities range from 10-20 work hours per week, depending on the nature of the award. To be considered for an Assistantship, please indicate contact the FSW Graduate Director, MASW@MiamiOH.edu.
Students in the Master of Arts in Social Work program are not eligible to be awarded graduate assistantships.
The College of Education Health and Society (EHS) offers many financial opportunities for students through scholarships and Assistantships.
Most Miami scholarships are administered by the Office of Financial Aid, 121 Nellie Craig Walker Hall, 529-0001, and require documented financial need.
Prospective students should also be aware of Miami’s Access Initiative, which is designed to help make a Miami degree accessible to all academically qualified students. Any Ohio resident entering Miami’s Oxford campus as first-time, full-time freshman in the fall will be considered for the scholarship program. Students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15, be eligible for federal aid, and have a total family income equal to or less than $35,000.
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