The Leopold Schepp Foundation awards educational scholarships to full-time graduate students who demonstrate a combination of fine character, academic excellence, financial need, compassion, a commitment to volunteerism and whose goal will benefit mankind.
The Mary DeLue Romano Scholarship is for an MSW student with an interest in medical social work established in memory of Mary DeLue Romano, a leader in the field of medical social work, by her parents Ross and Leona DeLue. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Deadline: March 5, 2020
The Melanie Foundation awards a scholarship to a candidate pursuing a master's degree in the mental health field.
Mission-based financial aid is awarded to incoming and continuing MSW students who have demonstrated intellectual and personal qualities likely to lead to roles and careers central to the social welfare system. This includes a commitment to engaging in roles that involve social welfare institutions and systems most likely to impact major social problems and that serve the most economically and socially disadvantaged groups in society. Personal qualifications considered essential to successful social work practice-such as sensitivity and responsiveness in relationships, concern for the needs of others, adaptability, good judgment, creativity, integrity and skill in written communication-will be considered. 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. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
This scholarship was established by Merle and Marshall Goldman. It supports an MSW student who is interested in pursuing a career in Jewish communal service. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
This Award was established by Merv and Helen Pregulman of Chattanooga, Tennessee. Helen is an alumna of the School of Social Work and Merv, also a U-M alum, was a member of the 1941 U-M Football team under coach "Fritz" Crisler. The Mervin and Helen S. Pregulman Scholarship is awarded to a student involved in Jewish communal service. Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Incoming and continuing students will be evaluated for Michigan Scholarships provided they have completed and submitted the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and the School of Social Work financial aid application for grants/scholarships.
Michigan Scholarships are based on financial need and academic performance.
Please note that no separate financial aid application is required.
Application Deadline: October 1, 2021
This scholarship was established for Mildred F. Knapp to provide support for MSW students who plan to work directly with children, not families.
The Minority Fellowship Program is to enhance the training of full-time master's-level, direct practice-focused social work students in their final year of study at a CSWE-accredited institution.
The National Association of Black Social Workers offers various scholarships to NABSW members.
University of Michigan
School of Social Work
1080 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106