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This scholarship is awarded to a current graduate student enrolled in the counseling program. Other eligibility requirements include completion of 12 credits within the program and Review of Progress, at the time of application. Application due date varies each year. Click here to access more information through the UW-Whitewater scholarship application site.
The Intentional Acts of Kindness Scholarship was created to recognize UWW Counseling Graduate students who are doing good work and deeds through service and volunteer involvement within their communities. Application due date varies each year. Click here to access more information about the scholarship and how to apply.
This scholarship is awarded to a currently enrolled graduate student in the counseling program who has completed their practicum, maintained an overall academic GPA of 3.0, and are scheduled to begin their professional counseling internship in the next academic year. Established in 2013 by the College in conjunction with individual gifts from alumni, emeriti and friends.
This scholarship is awarded to a student currently enrolled in the Master of Counseling program who is entering her/his final internship preparation. Additional requirements include submitting one letter of recommendation from a faculty member discussing the potential for success as a counselor. It was established by alumnus Guy W. Shilts Jr, to honor the memory of his wife Beverly Ann.
Becoming a graduate assistant provides a great opportunity to gain experience and grow! You can find more information on the application process for becoming a graduate assistant here.