Scholarship and Grant Opportunities

Argosy University Scholarship & Grant Opportunities

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Argosy University offers many scholarship and grant opportunities for prospective and current students as well as alumni of our school. These resources may be restricted to certain programs, campuses, and other requirements and are subject to change at any time. Please contact the Student Financial Services team for further information and requirements on each scholarship or grant.

All Campuses

Alumni Scholarship

Can't get enough Argosy? All graduates of Argosy University who return to pursue another degree program at Argosy University are eligible for a scholarship to cover the tuition cost of one course.

  • Graduate from any Argosy University degree program
  • Must complete first semester courses successfully to qualify

Scholarships will be applied to a qualifying student's account in the form of a tuition credit once eligibility criteria have been met. Please contact Student Financial Services for more information.

Community Service Scholarship

This is a campus-based scholarship opportunity wherein the campus’s scholarship committee reviews applicants and selects scholarship recipients. The amount awarded for this scholarship is determined at the discretion of the individual campus.

The Community Service Scholarship is available for new and continuing students. Students must maintain SAP requirements during the duration of the scholarship. Priority is given to students who work with underserved populations.

Application requirements include a completed application, letter of recommendation, documentation showing any recognition received for community service work, and a 500 word, typed essay (please reference the brochure for essay questions).

Diversity Excellence Scholarship

This is a campus-based scholarship opportunity wherein the campus’s scholarship committee reviews applicants and selects scholarship recipients. The amount awarded for this scholarship is determined at the discretion of the individual campus.

The Diversity Excellence Scholarship is available for new and continuing students. There are specific GPA criteria for new/continuing undergraduate students and new/continuing graduate students (please reference the brochure). Students must maintain SAP requirements during the duration of the scholarship.

Application requirements include a completed application, copies of transcripts, documentation of any awards or recognition for diversity effort, and a 500 word, typed essay (please reference the brochure for essay questions).

Leadership Recognition Scholarship

This is a campus-based scholarship opportunity wherein the campus’s scholarship committee reviews applicants and selects scholarship recipients. The amount awarded for this scholarship is determined at the discretion of the individual campus.

The Leadership Recognition Scholarship is available for new and continuing students. There are specific GPA criteria for new/continuing undergraduate students and new/continuing graduate students (please reference the brochure). Students must maintain SAP requirements during the duration of the scholarship.

Application requirements include a completed application, letter of recognition attesting to leadership competencies, documentation regarding recognition received or positions held that are evidence of leadership competencies, and a 500 word, type essay (please reference the brochure for essay questions).

Returning Adult Scholarship

This is a campus-based scholarship opportunity wherein the campus’s scholarship committee reviews applicants and selects scholarship recipients. The amount awarded for this scholarship is determined at the discretion of the individual campus.

The Returning Adult Scholarship is available for new and re-entry students. Applicants must be returning to school to pursue a degree, be independent as determined by the dependency questions on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and have been out of school for at least 5 years.

Application requirements include a completed application, independent status as determined by the FAFSA, and a 500 word, typed essay (Please reference the brochure for essay questions).

Student Success Grant

The Student Success Grant assists students who previously attended Argosy University and were unable to complete their educational program and are seeking to return. This grant is designed to provide financial assistance to students who wish to return to Argosy University and owe a balance from a prior enrollment. Students may qualify for this grant by maintaining a full-time enrollment and CGPA requirements specific to the program pursued. In addition, they must have a balance that is unresolved from a prior enrollment after all eligible funding is applied. For our online division, this grant is offered to undergraduate students and in select graduate level programs. For the campus locations, this grant is offered to both undergraduate and graduate level students with exception to those within the College of Clinical Psychology program. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Dallas

Texas Educators Scholarship Program

The Texas Educators Scholarship is for candidates who are full-time, part-time, or retired employees of any Texas school system or district in the state of Texas approved by the Department of Education or equivalent licensing agency. Interested candidates must submit proof of employment or retirement from an eligible organization prior to each semester for which TESP is sought. A campus-based scholarship committee will select recipients for TESP. Any recipients selected for TESP will receive a scholarship equivalent to 10% of tuition each semester and the scholarship will not apply to fees. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Recognition of Excellence Award

Awarded to recent high school graduates that meet specific GPA and enrollment level expectations. Recipients are selected by a campus-based committee and the number of awards are limited. The award ranges from $10,000 to $20,000 depending upon the program the recipient is enrolled in. The award is prorated over the lifetime of the program. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Nashville

Argosy Advance Scholarship Program

In an effort to assist students seeking to complete their undergraduate degree programs in Psychology (BA) or Business Administration (BS), Argosy University, Nashville announces The Argosy Advance Scholarship Program. This program provides meaningful awards to individuals who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree, then continue on to Master’s degree program as outlined in the eligibility requirements below. The scholarship program is designed to assist with the costs associated with both the bachelor’s and master’s program and are applied on a pro-rated basis. There are a limited number of scholarships awarded per program and scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Eligibility:

  1. Award is contingent upon application and acceptance into Argosy University, Nashville.
  2. Student must have a completed Associate’s degree outside of Argosy University, in order to qualify for scholarship upon enrollment.
  3. Must be a newly enrolled student in one of the following programs: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Subsequent Master degree programs must fall within the Graduate School of Business and Management or College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences.
  4. Must be continuously enrolled for at least 9 credits each semester during the entire length of the program without any breaks in enrollment. Must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
  5. Student must authorize the return of non-title IV funds in order to allow any excess scholarship amounts to be sent back to the lender.
  6. Student must have the Memorandum of Understanding on file.
  7. Employees or eligible immediate family members participating in the Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) Tuition Voucher program are not eligible to participate in the Scholarship program.

How to apply: To apply, please contact us for an application, deadlines, and other important information or download, print and fill out the application (PDF)

Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association Scholarship

The Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association (TLPCA) offers scholarships to outstanding students on an annual basis. The scholarships are awarded to five (5) recipients chosen by a committee. Interested students are required to write a letter of aspiration describing how a scholarship would enable them to advance their skill in one or more of the following areas: Clinical, Supervision, Teaching, Research, Leadership, Advocacy, and/or Human Service Organization Management/Consultation. The letter is evaluated by the TLPCA in order to choose recipients. Students must meet enrollment level and CGPA requirements as stated on the Memorandum of Understanding to qualify. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Online

Alumni Scholarship

Can't get enough Argosy? All graduates of Argosy University who return to pursue another degree program at Argosy University are eligible for a scholarship to cover the tuition cost of one course.

  • Graduate from any Argosy University degree program
  • Must complete first semester courses successfully to qualify

Scholarships will be applied to a qualifying student's account in the form of a tuition credit once eligibility criteria have been met. Please contact Student Financial Services for more information.

Student Success Grant

The Student Success Grant assists students who previously attended Argosy University and were unable to complete their educational program and are seeking to return. This grant is designed to provide financial assistance to students who wish to return to Argosy University and owe a balance from a prior enrollment. Students may qualify for this grant by maintaining a full-time enrollment and CGPA requirements specific to the program pursued. In addition, they must have a balance that is unresolved from a prior enrollment after all eligible funding is applied. For our online division, this grant is offered to undergraduate students and in select graduate level programs. For the campus locations, this grant is offered to both undergraduate and graduate level students with exception to those within the College of Clinical Psychology program. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Phoenix

Arizona Teacher of the Year Scholarship

This scholarship assists students selected as the Arizona Teacher of the Year who have demonstrated a commitment to our children and furthering their education and career goals with Argosy University. The recipient(s) will receive the amount equal to 100% of their tuition and fees for any graduate level program at the Argosy Phoenix campus. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Salt Lake City

SLC Success Grant

This grant is designed to reward students who enroll full-time into a Bachelor of Science in Business or Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice program at the Argosy University, Salt Lake City campus and maintain specific GPA expectations. The recipient(s) will receive a grant of varying amounts depending upon grade level and need to use towards educational expenses. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Schaumburg

Community College Scholarship

Applicants must apply to the Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program, have completed an Associate’s Degree with a minimum CGPA of a 3.0 and a GPA of 2.5 in their psychology courses. Additionally, applicants need to submit a personal statement, letter of recommendation, and be independent as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The scholarship is equivalent to a tuition reduction of $185 per credit hour. Recipients are selected by the campus scholarship committee. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

First in Family Scholarship

Interested applicants must be a first-generation college student (neither parent has earned a Bachelor’s degree), must have completed an Associate’s degree, meet a minimum CGPA of 3.0 and a GPA of 2.5 in their field of study along with submitting a personal statement and letter of recommendation. The scholarship is equivalent to a tuition reduction of $185 per credit hour. Recipients are selected by the campus scholarship committee. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Exemplary Community Service Scholarship – Schaumburg Business Association

This is a scholarship opportunity for individual employed by a member of the Schaumburg Business Association. A letter of attestation from the community service organization is required along with a 500 word essay discussing community service involvement and how the program of student at Argosy University will support future community service efforts and career aspirations. Applicants must have 2.7 GPA for a Master’s degree or a 3.0 GPA for a Doctoral degree. The Master’s level scholarship is $6,000 towards the overall program cost and the Doctoral level scholarship is $12,000 towards the overall program cost. Both scholarships are awarded in increments over the lifetime of the program. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

Argosy University, Twin Cities

Health Science Scholarship

The Health Science Scholarship is available to students applying to the following Health Science programs at the Twin Cities campus: Medical Assisting, Medical Laboratory Technology, and Histotechnology. The scholarship amount is equal to 20% tuition. Students must maintain enrollment level and CGPA requirements in order to qualify for this scholarship per the Health Science Memorandum of Understanding. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

The Argosy Achievement Award Program (TAAAP)

TAAAP is designed to reward selected students with a minimum high school GPA of 2.75, and who demonstrate, through their scholarship application, a commitment to pursuing a career-focused education. Interested students should submit their application directly to the Twin Cities campus along with a letter of recommendation from a teacher, coach, advisor, or other adult (who is not related to the applicant) and a response to the required essay question. The TAAAP scholarship is a $2,500 award disbursed in equal amounts over the student’s program of study. Please contact the Student Financial Services Department for full eligibility details.

College of Clinical Psychology Program Scholarships

Dean's Scholarship

The Dean's Scholarship for the Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology program is designed to encourage and reward high levels of leadership, service, and scholarship in the area of clinical psychology. The award will consist of a scholarship equivalent to 25% of the tuition for the program.

Eligibility:

  • Acceptance into the program;
  • Educational performance – based on undergraduate GPA (minimum 3.5);
  • Evidence of demonstrated or potential leadership, service, or scholarship as determined by your statement of interests and accomplishments, which will be reviewed by a faculty committee.

Once awarded, the scholarship will be disbursed in the form of a tuition credit on a pro-rata basis as the student progresses through the program so long as the student remains in good academic standing, in compliance with the Code of Student Conduct, and remains a full-time student.

How to apply: To apply, please contact us for an application, deadlines, and other important information. You will need to submit a letter of application that includes a statement of interests and accomplishments that provides evidence of demonstrated or potential leadership, service or scholarship (your official transcript must be on file). Your letter, application, and any supporting documentation should be forwarded to our Admissions Representative.

Download, print, and fill out the application. (PDF)

This is a competitive scholarship. No more than 6 scholarships per year will be offered to the most highly qualified students.

Merit Scholarship

A campus-based scholarship committee at each College of Clinical Psychology campus will determine recipients and amounts awarded. For additional information on individual scholarship offerings, please contact the Admissions Department or Student Financial Services Department.

Leadership Scholarship

A campus-based scholarship committee at each College of Clinical Psychology campus will determine recipients and amounts awarded. For additional information on individual scholarship offerings, please contact the Admissions Department or Student Financial Services Department.

Diversity Scholarship

A campus-based scholarship committee at each College of Clinical Psychology campus will determine recipients and amounts awarded. For additional information on individual scholarship offerings, please contact the Admissions Department or Student Financial Services Department.

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