Rossier School of Education Scholarships
Each year, the USC Rossier School of Education awards tuition scholarships to new and continuing students enrolled in a USC Rossier degree program. These scholarships are provided through the generosity of donors who recognize the importance of graduate study. We know the important role scholarships and financial aid play in deciding to pursue your degree at USC. While not every student will be awarded a USC Rossier Scholarship, we work closely with our Financial Aid Office to ensure you receive the most generous aid package possible.
Applying for USC Rossier Scholarships for the 2013-2014 Academic Year
New students who wish to be considered for USC Rossier Scholarships should respond "yes" to the scholarship question located in the "Supplemental Forms" section of the online admission application. A response to the scholarship question must be submitted with the online admission application.
Continuing students who are interested in applying for a USC Rossier Scholarship should complete the 2013-2014 application. The application will be available in January, with a submission deadline of April 1, 2013.
USC Rossier Scholarship Conditions
- Students must be enrolled in a degree program at the USC Rossier School of Education in order to be considered.
- Scholarships are for tuition only. Students who receive tuition awards, research assistantships or graduate employment through USC, or outside sources that, when combined with the USC Rossier Scholarship are greater than the amount of tuition, agree to forfeit part or all of the USC Rossier Scholarship, depending on the size of the other award(s).
- Students must be registered for the minimum number of units for full-time study, as set forth by the academic program office, in both the fall and spring semesters to maintain eligibility for an award. Students who will be entering the third year of the Ed.D. program in the fall are eligible to apply.
- USC Rossier Scholarship recipients must demonstrate satisfactory progress toward their degree objective and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above.
- Funding is not awarded for summer sessions, unless otherwise specified.
- USC Rossier Scholarships are not renewable.