Fielding Scholarships for New Students
Apply for available scholarship funding by submitting the admissions application and the FAFSA by the admissions deadline. International students who are not eligible to submit the FAFSA may submit an International Financial Aid Assessment Form. Scholarships are awarded based on available funding.
Provost Achievement Scholarship
Supports incoming doctoral students who exhibit strong competency or potential in their field, as well as demonstrated financial need, in order to enhance and deepen their knowledge through Doctoral studies at Fielding. Awards are generally between $1,000 and $3,000 for the first term of enrollment.
Ed.D. Early Confirmation Scholarship
Supports the first ten incoming Ed.D. students who confirm enrollment. Eligibility will be based on the date that all enrollment confirmation requirements are fulfilled. Students receiving cohort-based scholarships are not eligible for this award. Awards are $2,500 for the first term of enrollment.
Fielding HBCU Scholarship
Supports incoming doctoral students who are employed as faculty or staff at a historically black college or university (HBCU). Students in the PhD in Clinical Psychology program are not eligible for this award. Eligible enrolling students will need to submit proof of employment. Awards are $1,300/term for the first term of enrollment, and up to 8 additional consecutive terms upon confirmation of continued eligibility.
Fielding Scholarships for Current Students
Scholarship, grant, and fellowship awards are available to current students. Awards are generally made for a single term and amounts range from $500 - $10,000. Current students apply for available funds each term using Fielding's Common Scholarship Application.More Info
Searching for External Funding
Start Simple and Local
The hunt for education funding can seem intimidating, especially as an adult with many demands on your time. Use your browser search to look for scholarships:
- Where you live – look for foundations in your city, county, or region that offer funding to local residents
- Where you work – check your professional organizations, your employer, and your family member’s employers for scholarship opportunities
- Where you serve – see if the community organizations, religious institutions, and other non-profits where you volunteer have funding for education
Try a Search Engine
You can expand your search to include other demographic information, like race or ethnicity, veteran/military status, or other keywords. Use search engines to match scholarships to your demographic information.
Remember – Watch out for financial aid scams. You should never be asked to pay for scholarship applications.
Seek Out Organizations that Fund Graduate Students
There are many organizations that provide funding for graduate students each year. Learn about the opportunities available, and mark your calendar for the application period. You can start with the list below, but you will find more by searching for organizations that promote and support your areas of research interest.