USC Rossier announces new scholarships for Master’s Programs
Dean Gallagher and the Office of Admissions and Enrollment Services are pleased to announce the Dean’s Scholars Program, designed to support new USC Rossier students as they pursue graduate degrees in a variety of our master’s-level programs. The Dean’s Scholars Program includes scholarships, fellowships and internships, and candidates are chosen based upon the information contained in their application for admission.
With this robust support program more than 100 new students will be offered awards valued between $10,000 and $25,000.
“The awards were developed to support students both financially and professionally through not only scholarships, but also fellowships and internships within the USC Rossier community,” says Jerome Lucido, associate dean of Strategic Enrollment Services.
The Admissions Committee knows that students have many options when it comes to selecting the master’s program that is the best fit for them, and these awards are tangible evidence of the fact that USC Rossier recognizes this and is eager to award exemplary candidates. “We are looking for the future leaders in education, and we’re committed to helping each of our students have a profound impact,” says Lucido.
The committee is working hard to identify candidates who will benefit most from the personal attention of Rossier faculty, who are prepared for leadership in the field and who can take best advantage of and carry on the legacy of the strong Trojan Network of educational leaders.
In order to be considered for one of these awards, it is critical that students submit a complete application no later than April 1.