For Graduate Students
William James College offers merit-based scholarships. All William James applicants will be considered for a merit-based scholarship by the Admissions Committee based upon your application materials and your admissions interview. You will be notified of any merit-based scholarships on your offer of admission.
Scholarships are renewable each year (up to four years maximum) provided that you remain in good academic and financial standing and continue to make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
A student is eligible to receive one scholarship. If a student qualifies for two scholarships, the larger amount is awarded lieu of both scholarships.
William James Institutional Scholarships
- Behavioral Health Initiative Scholarship
- Cynthia Lucero Scholarship
- Serving the Mental Health Needs of the Underserved Scholarship
- William James College ABA Positive Outcomes Scholarship
William James Scholarship Funds
The following friends and alumni of William James College have generously offered scholarship funds for the purpose of promoting increased educational opportunities for deserving students. These scholarships are based upon merit, and eligibility will be determined at the time of application review. Applicants do not need to submit a separate scholarship application. Qualified students will be notified of their award in their admission letter.
If you would like to make a gift to the William James College Scholarship Fund, please click here and select “Scholarship Fund” from the dropdown menu
- Dubinsky Family Endowed Scholarship
- Green Mountain Scholarship in Geropsychology
- John D. Robinson Scholarship
- Kate Inglis Scholarship
- Leota Long Janke Scholarship
- Margaret Gorman Scholarship
- Marilyn R. and Edmund U. Cohler Scholarship
- Sophie and Norbett Mintz Scholarship
William James Retention Scholarship Funds
- HRSA-SDS Scholarship funded Leaders in Diversity and Resilience (LDR) Fellowship Program
- Specialized Training & Academic Retention (STAR) Fellowship Program
Grant Supported Practicum/Internship Experience
For Undergraduate Students
William James College offers merit-based scholarships and need-based scholarships, based on the information on your FAFSA. Scholarships are renewable each year (up to 3 years maximum) provided that you remain in good financial standing and continue to make Satisfactory Academic Progress. You will be notified of any scholarship funds that you’ll be receiving on your financial aid award letter.
William James College Bachelor’s Completion Scholarship
Available to Bachelor’s students not receiving the CAMHI scholarship, students taking at least 6 credits each semester are eligible for scholarship support from the William James College Bachelor’s Completion Scholarship for the duration of their enrollment in the program.