MSW Program Grants and Scholarships

  1. Allan & Franka Charlupski Endowed Scholarship »

    This gift is awarded to a MSW student(s) interested in pursuing a career in Jewish communal service. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.

  2. Alumni Society Fellowship in Children and Families Program »

    This Fellowship was established by alumni contributions along with matching funds provided by the Ann and Robert Lurie Family Foundation. It is awarded to an outstanding student in the Children and Youth in Families in Society concentration.

  3. Ara Cary Fellowship in Child & Family Programs »

    The Ara Cary Fellowship in Child & Family Programs Fellowship was established by the estate of Ara Cary along with matching funds from the Ann and Robert Lurie Family Foundation. This fellowship is a part of Child Welfare Scholarship Program funding. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.

  4. Arthur L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship »

    The Arthur L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship, made possible by a gift from Richard and Susan Rogel, honored Arthur Johnson upon his retirement as president of the Detroit chapter of the NAACP. Selection is based on demonstrated, outstanding potential for professional practice. This determination shall be based primarily on an evaluation of all previous academic work, recommendations, human service employment experience, the applicant's written supplementary statement, other application documents and the School of Social Work Financial Aid Application.

    Arthur L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship Application »

  5. Blavin MSW Scholarship Award »

    The Blavin MSW Scholarship Award provides support to a former U-M undergraduate Blavin Scholar, or if there are no MSW candidates who are former Blavin scholars, to provide support to a student who has spent time in the foster care system.

    Blavin MSW Scholarship Award Application »

  6. Bruce Alan Schaffer Memorial Award »

    Student stipend for a pediatric internship for placements in the Flint, MI area. The SSW will arrange for at least one joint meeting per term between the recipient of the Shaffer Memorial stipend and the donors. The internship will provide training with emphasis in life threatening disease and/or terminally ill conditions. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.

  7. C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece Endowed Graduate Support Fund »

    This fund was established by C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece. It provides scholarships to support MSW students who are interested in nonprofit administration, policy work, or communication organization.

    C. Aaron McNeece and Sherrill McNeece Endowed Graduate Support Fund Application »

  8. Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship »

    The Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship is for a student who is a resident of the Detroit area with demonstrated leadership potential with an interest in community building, civic engagement, education and leadership development with a field placement located in Detroit. Established by the Skillman Foundation in honor of Carol Goss to recognize her years of service as President and CEO of the Skillman Foundation and her deep commitment to the children of Detroit.

    Carol Goss Leadership Scholarship Application »

  9. Child Welfare Scholarship Program »

    The Child Welfare Scholarships are awarded to approximately ten incoming students who are interested in becoming child welfare specialists. Special consideration will be given to students who have had personal life experience within the child welfare system and/or are interested in working with the Native American community. The purpose of the program is to train committed specialists in child welfare. Following graduation, child welfare specialists have worked as child welfare social workers, therapists working with maltreated children, program managers, community organizers, and policymakers. Please click the following link for more information.

    Child Welfare Scholarship Program and Application Information »

  10. Clarice Ullman Freud Fellowships »

    The Clarice Ullman Freud Fellowships and the Clarice Ullman Freud Individual Research Fellowship were made possible by a gift from Professor Clarice Ullman Freud. Professor Freud was the Director of Field Instruction while on faculty at the U-M School of Social Work. The Freud Fellowship in Children and Families was developed to support research to help students integrate theory and practice in field instruction. Selection is based on demonstrated outstanding potential for professional practice. Determination of awards is based on an evaluation of previous academic work, writing skills, recommendations, human services experience (paid or volunteer), and the applicant's written supplementary statement.

    Clarice Ullman Freud Fellowships Application »

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