Prospective and currently enrolled students in the Public Administration, Health Services Administration, and Gerontology Program of the Marywood University School of Social Work and Administrative Studies may apply for merit scholarships by completing the Masters Program Scholarship Application by following the link. The elements of this scholarship application are the online application and the essay submitted electronically in Microsoft Word. The merit scholarship application deadline is February 14, 2014 for the 2014-2015 academic year. The degree programs included in this process are Public Administration, Health Services Administration, and Gerontology.
Prospective and current graduate students of the School of Social Work and Administrative Programs who wish to be considered for graduate assistantship should submit a resume electronically according to the Master's Degree and Post-Baccalaureate Assistantship Program. Resumes for graduate assistantships must be submitted by February 14, 2014 for the 2014-2015 academic year.
When prospective and currently enrolled students are enrolled in either the MSW/Public Administration, MSW/MHSA, or the MSW/Gerontology Dual Degree Program, the University will assume that Social Work is the primary academic goal initially, unless advised otherwise, due to the cohort design and the significant commitment necessary to complete practicum requirements. In the initial stages of a dual degree program, prospective and currently enrolled students should compete for opportunities as outlined for MSW students. By the month of February in your final year of MSW studies, dual degree program students should apply for merit scholarships by utilizing the Masters Program Scholarship Application to support their Public Administration, Health Services Administration, or Gerontology studies as described in the opening paragraph of this webpage.
If you have questions about the Ph.D. Program in Human Development scholarship and assistantship programs at Marywood University please contact me.
Frank T. Falcone, MS, MBA
Coordinator of Graduate Affairs
Office of the Provost/Academic Vice-President
(570) 348-6211 ext. 2356
Liberal Arts Center Room 200