PhD Counseling Psychology: Financial Aid
Financial assistance is available to students as described below, depending on availability of funds and satisfactory progress in the program. Additional information and application forms are available at the Counseling Psychology and Special Education Department office.
Partial Tuition Scholarships
Students may apply for partial tuition scholarships on the basis of either financial need or academic merit. These awards are available for three years for students entering the program with a master's degree or for four years for those entering with a bachelor's degree.
Graduate assistantships involve working with faculty members on research projects, curriculum development, teaching, and other assignments for five to 20 hours per week. Several other agencies on campus, such as the Counseling and Career Center, often request doctoral students to serve as graduate assistants.
Other Sources of Financial Aid
Other sources of financial aid are available to students through the Financial Aid Office, A-41 ASB, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602-1009.