Scholarships


Undergraduate Scholarships

The Department of Psychology awards the following scholarships to exceptional undergraduate students majoring in Psychology. Finanical need is considered when selecting awardees. That information is provided by the University, with the consent of applicants. Scholarships are typically applied to your bursar account in the Fall semester immediately following announcement of the award. Deadline for applying for Fall 2020 Scholarships: February 14, 2020

Stockton Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by Stockton Family Endowment to recognize an outstanding psychology student. The Psychology Department will recognize one outstanding undergraduate student with a $500 scholarship and a certificate to be presented during the Psychology Awards Banquet.

Eligibility: The recipient of the of the Stockton Scholarship must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate student who is majoring in Psychology. Ideal applicants for the award will have demonstrated excellence in the classroom, in the lab, and in service to psychology. Applicants must be sophomores or above (completed 30 or more credit hours) to be eligible for the scholarship.

Psychology Faculty and Staff Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by the faculty and staff of the Department of Psychology to recognize an outstanding student. The Psychology Department will recognize one outstanding undergraduate student with a $500 scholarship and a certificate to be presented during the Psychology Awards Banquet.

Eligibility: The recipient of the of the Psychology Faculty and Staff Scholarship must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate student who is majoring in Psychology who anticipates continuing enrollment in the following academic year. Ideal applicants for the award will have demonstrated excellence in the classroom, in the lab, and in service to psychology. Applicants must be juniors or above (completed 60 or more credit hours) to be eligible for the scholarship.

Gloria Valencia-Weber Psychology Diversified Students Program (PDSP) Scholarship

This scholarship recognizes the Department of Psychology’s long history of commitment to supporting diverse students who endeavor to study psychology and serve diverse populations, and research and scholarship including diverse populations. The scholarship is named for Gloria Valencia-Weber, a pioneer and initial leader of the PDSP program in the Department of Psychology. The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and honor students who are planning careers serving diverse populations or whose research contributes to psychological knowledge of diversity and diverse populations. The Psychology Department will recognize one outstanding undergraduate student with a $500 scholarship and a certificate to be presented during the Psychology Awards Banquet held by the Department.

Eligibility: The recipient of the Gloria Valencia-Weber PDSP Undergraduate Scholarship must be enrolled as full-time undergraduate student who is majoring in Psychology. Applicants must be either planning a career serving diverse populations or engaging in scholarship with diverse populations, or both.

To Apply:

To apply, first download this worksheet to prepare your application materials. Once you have prepared your application materials, please visit this portal on qualtrics and complete the online application. You will need to provide consent for the award committee to review your transcript information as part of the selection process. Deadline for Fall 2020 scholarships is February 14, 2020.