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Scholarships

The following merit-based scholarships are awarded to graduate students. Speech-Language Pathology Masters students, Audiology Doctorate Students and Speech-Pathology/Audiology PhD Students are encouraged to apply. The Scholarship Committee will determine eligibility and assign awards following the guidelines of the particular scholarships.
Application deadline: March 1, 2021. 

Scholarship Application 2021

 

Scholarship Opportunities

Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Graduate Scholarships

Speech-Language Pathology Masters students, Audiology Doctorate Students and Speech Pathology/Audiology PhD Students are encouraged to apply. The Scholarship Committee will
determine eligibility and assign awards following the guidelines of the particular scholarships, applicants do NOT apply to specific scholarships.

By applying the applicant recognizes that awards will be based on eligibility and not student preference.

Paulene F. and Blaine Hartley Endowed Scholarship
Pauline Hartley, an audiology alumni and long-time friend and supporter of the department, along with her husband, Blaine, established a scholarship in 1993 to support talented master’s students in communication disorders.
Criteria: Outstanding achievement by a graduate student in speech language pathology or audiology.

Scott Lamborn Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in 1994 by W. John Lamborn in the name of his son, Scott E. Lamborn, to be used exclusively for students involved with the Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic in the Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Criteria: Good academic standing

Gordon and Betty Browning Memorial Scholarship
In memory of Gordon and Betty Browning.
Criteria: 3.5 and above GPA with the need for financial assistance. Must complete FAFSA form to be eligible.

Don Hutichison Scholarship
In memory of Don Hutichison
Criteria: Good academic standing

Frances Dolowitz Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in 1991 by David A. Dolowitz, M.D., in memory of his wife, France F. Dolowitz. This scholarship is for students who have excelled academically and are in need of financial assistance. Those students who have received assistance from the scholarship fund are encouraged by the donor, when and if they are financially capable, they are to reimburse the scholarship fund in an amount at least equal to that which they have received, in order for future students to have the opportunity to receive assistance.
Criteria: Good academic standing with the need for financial assistance. Must complete FAFSA form to be eligible.

Joseph Ray and Lorna S. Broadbent Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship fund was established in 2000 in the names of Joseph Ray and Lorna S. Broadbent. This is for students in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders who are of good character, pursuing a career in audiology and hearing loss, having financial need and excelling academically.
Criteria: Good academic standing with the need for financial assistance. Must 
complete FAFSA form to be eligible.

Marilyn D. Peck Scholarship
This scholarship was set up by the family of Marilyn D. Peck, in memory of their wife and mother. 
Priority goes to students with disabilities.
Criteria: Good academic standing

Damon Brent Fox Endowed Scholarship
To be awarded to one or more graduate students studying audiology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Criteria: Good academic standing with the need for financial assistance. Must complete FAFSA form to be eligible.

Dr. Martin S Robinette Endowed Scholarship
To be awarded to a graduate students studying audiology or speech-language pathology in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Criteria: Good academic standing.

Department Speech-Language Scholarship (CSD Scholarship)
This is a department scholarship awarded to a speech student with need and good academic standing.
Criteria: Good academic standing with the need for financial assistance. Must complete FAFSA form to be eligible.

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TOEFL Exam : Applicants whose native language is not english must also submit scores for the TOEFL Exam. a minimum score of 600 (paper-based) or 250 (computer-based) is required on the toefl.  in addition, proficiency in oral english is required for admittance.  this requirement is typically met tough a personal or telephone interview.