UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
UW-River Falls School Psychology Program students are eligible for several scholarships.
The Marilyn L. Leifgren Scholarship. This scholarship supports students entering their third year in the School Psychology Graduate Program in good academic standing. An essay is required detailing leadership and involvement in the School Psychology Program as well as future goals and specific contributions to the School Psychology profession. For additional details and deadlines, search the scholarship information web page with search term "Leifgren."
The Mary J. Crownhart Scholarship. The Crownhart scholarship is given annually to one student in the Department of Counseling & School Psychology. The value of this one-time scholarship has been $1000 (may vary). Applicants for the Crownhart Scholarship should have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and exhibit evidence of leadership qualities through involvement in professional or other organizations. For additional details and deadlines, search the scholarship information web page with the search term "Crownhart."
Graduate student scholarships from the National Association of School Psychologists include the NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship. The value of this scholarship is $5000. UW-RF School Psychology Student Brooke Fails earned this award in 2009. See the link above for details.
Students who are also members of the Wisconsin School Psychologists Association (WSPA) are eligible for three distinct scholarships: the WSPA Allard Award (general scholarship), the WSPA Minority Scholarship Award, and the WSPA Bernice Krolasik Award (intended for non-traditional students). These scholarships are usually valued up to $1500. Numerous UW-River Falls School Psychology Program students have received these WSPA awards. Link to the WSPA webpage for membership and scholarship details (under the resources tab in the menu bar).
The School Psychology Program offers up to three $150 research grants per academic year. These grants are intended to support department student research/program evaluation projects (SPSY 795 & SPSY 798). Both Counseling and School Psychology students are eligible. See the grant application for additional details.