Irene Rivera de Royston Scholarship In Counselor Education

This scholarship recognizes an outstanding student in Counselor Education program who has completed the introductory course (Self in Society) and has a GPA of 3.0 or higher at time of application. Applicant must demonstrate a commitment to the counseling profession as judged by the selection committee. First preference will be given to students of Hispanic or African-American descent who meet the other criteria.

This is an Apply-To Opportunity. Applicants will need to submit a typed response in order to be considered for this award after submitting the General Application.

The financial assistance is in the form of an educational expense grant that may be used to cover educational costs such as room, board or college fees. The award will be credited to the recipient’s bill during the semester(s) of the award period. The student must use this award for educational expenses at the College and may not receive the award in cash.

Counselor Education Opportunities, Graduate Student Opportunities, School of Education, Health, & Human Services Opportunities
Supplemental Questions
  1. Have you completed the introductory counselor education course- Self in Society?
  2. If awarded this scholarship, how will you use it to support your goal to become a professional counselor in light of the purpose designated for the scholarship?