The Armenian International Women's Association Scholarship awarded to full-time female students of Armenian descent.
The Arthur L. Johnson Endowed Scholarship was established by a gift from Richard and Susan Rogel of Avon, Colorado, to honor Arthur Johnson upon his retirement as President of the Detroit Chapter of the NAACP. The Rogels believe the best way to honor Arthur's "love of people, his love of education, and his love of the City of Detroit," was to provide a scholarship to the School of Social Work for a student who is interested in practicing social work in Detroit.
Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
The Association of American Indian Affairs provides scholarships to full-time students enrolled in a federally recognized, state recognized or tribe not recognized by the federal government that are located in the continental U.S. and Alaska.
The Association of Latina/Latino Social Work Educators provides scholarships to Latina/Latino social work students who demonstrate leadership in the social work context and aspire to a career of excellence.
This fund will provide support to MSW students who have financial need and are currently in a field placement.
Application will be available Fall 2024
The Blavin MSW Scholarship Award provides support to a former U-M undergraduate Blavin Scholar or a student who has experienced foster care.
Established in June 2017 for MSW students with preference given to students from Indiana, Kentucky and other midwestern urban communities who are in the New Leaders and African-Centered Scholars Program or students that have demonstrated commitment to work in or on behalf of African-American communities.
This award was established by Miriam and Arnold Schaffer in memory of their son, Bruce Alan Schaffer. It provides support for a MSW student interested in hospital work with pediatric patients in Flint or Detroit with the emphasis on life threatening disease or illness. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Deadline: May 1, 2020
The Byron Hanke Fellowship is awarded to graduate students to implement research projects related to the development, management and governance of common interest communities and their community associations.
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 community change. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106