Dr. Bobby G. Greer Endowed Graduate Fellowship in Rehabilitation Counseling (College of Education)
This fellowship shall be given to one or more graduate students in the Rehabilitation Counseling program with these qualifications:
A. Recipient must be enrolled full-time and fully admitted to the graduate program with no stipulated requirements.
B. Recipient must maintain no less than a 3.25 GPA.
C. Preference may be given to applicants enrolled in the Rehabilitation Counseling program who intend to pursue a career facilitating the personal, educational and vocational development of individuals with emotional, cognitive, physical and/or neurological impairments.
D. Financial need may be a consideration but is not a necessary condition for receipt of this fellowship. If there is a demonstrated financial need, it has to be determined after reviewing the student’s completed FAFSA form.
E. Recipient must reapply to be considered for the award in subsequent years.
Award recipients, the number of awards, and the amount of each award shall be determined by a committee appointed by the Dean of the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. The selection process shall be coordinated through the University’s Scholarship Office.
- Supplemental Questions
- Please provide a personal statement as to why you are applying for this scholarship. Outline how your career goals will facilitate the personal, educational and vocational development of individuals with emotional, cognitive, physical and/or neurological impairments. Include any pertinent information about financial need, your family situation, and any other special information we should consider. Additionally, provide a list of all applicable extracurricular activities you feel should be considered. Ensure you include involvement with on and off campus organizations which have helped your personal and professional growth.