The Helen Bader School of Social Welfare offers the following funding opportunities for MSW students.

Applied Gerontology

The Office of Applied Gerontology strives to give financial support to all qualified applicants. You are encouraged to apply for a scholarship.

Child Welfare Training Program

The IV-E Public Child Welfare Training Program (CWTP) supports students who have career interests in child welfare.

Financial assistance provided:

  • Tuition/Fees
  • Book Allowance
  • Stipend during field placement (if applicable)

Helen Bader School of Social Welfare Scholarships

  • Visit this webpage to learn more about the school’s scholarships. (Scholarship deadlines vary.)

School Social Work

  • Accepted students receive a $5,000 stipend over two semesters ($10,000 total).
  • Accepted post-MSW students receive a $5,000 stipend for one semester.
  • See webpage for more information.

Youth-Oriented Substance Abuse and Trauma Counseling Program (YOSAT Counseling II)

  • Accepted students receive a $10,000 Fellowship over two semesters.
  • See webpage for more information.