Scholarships and Grants

A limited number of scholarships are available to offset some of your costs at Adler. Scholarship awards may be based on financial need, academic performance or both. Application forms are available in Student Services. We also encourage our students to seek scholarships through outside sources - a good place to start is the FastWeb is a free scholarship search service; students provide information about their backgrounds and their academic pursuits, and FastWeb will identify foundations, agencies or other organizations that offer scholarships and match students' profiles.

Outside Sources of Scholarships & Grants

Wayne F. Placek Grants These grants are made possible by a bequest from Wayne Placek, a participant in Dr. Evelyn Hooker's groundbreaking research in the 1950s which showed that homosexuality is not a form of psychopathology.

Psi Chi (National Psychology Honor Society)

Sources of Research Funding (from Social Psychology Network)

Funding & Grants for Graduate Students in Psychology (APA Education Directorate)

Grants from the National Institute of Health offers customized scholarship services

Archibald Bush Foundation provides grants in the human services, health, education and arts and fellowships in the areas of leadership, arts, and medicine. We have had students and faculty receive grants from the Bush Foundation.