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.
DOLORES BUNNELL SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship program was created to honor the life and work of Dolores Bunnell, an early childhood education teacher. The scholarship will provide support to incoming doctoral students with financial need who have work experience in infant and/or early childhood education (0-6 years old) and present a sincere desire to study, research, and continue working in the field. Awards will be made based on available funding for up to three students with an award of $1,000 for the first term of enrollment and $3,000 for the second and third terms of enrollment ($7,000 total award).
FIELDING STARTER SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is available for a limited number of enrolling students in the Master of Arts in Organization Development and Leadership. Eligibility for consideration of this award requires a completed admissions application submission by the published application deadline. No additional application is required. Awards will be made based on available funding with an award of $1,000 for the first term of enrollment.
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.