The Randall University Psychology Program seeks to develop critical and reflective learners by promoting the application of psychological knowledge in all aspects of life, particularly spiritual life. This Psychology Scholarship is designed to offset tuition costs and is renewed at the discretion of the program director each academic year. You must be admitted to Randall University in order to be considered for scholarship funds.
All applications (and additional required materials) must be submitted by July 1 of the corresponding year to be considered for the following academic year. Late applications will also be accepted, but funding may be decreased.
In order to be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must:
- Already be admitted to Randall University.
- Maintain a 2.75 cumulative GPA
- Maintain full-time student status (12 hours every fall and spring)
Special Note: All departmental scholarships are offered at the discretion of the program director. Thus, this scholarship amount may be modified (up or down) at the end of each academic year based upon your contribution to the psychology program.
Application for Psychology Scholarship
Please note: The application below includes a 500 word essay in which you will describe why you have chosen psychology as a major, what you hope to learn/accomplish at Randall University, and what future career and/or spiritual goals have. You may want to think through this essay before starting the application below.