These are institutional grants. In addition federal and state aid may be available. In order to qualify, students must be accepted into the M.A. Counseling degree program, be enrolled as full-time students (a min. of 9 credits per semester), and maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average. Grants are renewable for up to four semesters.
Recipients must apply for and use all available federal, state and local government grants. Qualified students may receive up to $3000 per year of combined Alliance Graduate School of Counseling grants and scholarships. Figures listed are annual amounts and will be awarded 50% each semester against tuition.
Early Bird Grant $500 – All applicants eligible upon completion of the entire application process in 5 weeks or less. This includes the application, college transcripts, essays, references, psychological assessments, FAFSA, and loan documents (if taking loans).
In order to qualify, students must be accepted into the Online M.A. in Mental Health Counseling degree program and enroll as full-time students. This award will be awarded in the first semester of full-time only.