Communication Sciences & Disorders Scholarships

Through the establishment of scholarships and endowments, donors support the efforts of students in the College of Health Sciences. Listed below are several scholarship opportunities for our majors. Students are encouraged to also check with department chairs and program coordinators regarding regional, state and national opportunities.

Scholarship awards are contingent on adequate funding.


Charles E. and Geneva S. Scott Scottish Rite Scholarships

Approximate Amount: $5000 (may be divided among multiple students)

Eligibility

  • Need-based scholarship
  • Available to graduate students

Delia and Marshall Courtney Scholarship

Approximate Amount: 2 scholarships of $1500 each

Eligibility

  • Major in Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Financial need
  • Resident of North Carolina

Graduate Student Speech Therapy Scholarship

Approximate Amount: $1000

Eligibility

  • Graduate student in the Speech-Language Pathology program.

Hillery H. Rink Jr. Scottish Rite Graduate Scholarship for Speech-Language Pathology

Approximate Amount: $10,000 (divided among 4 students)

Eligibility

  • Available to graduate students enrolled in the Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology.
  • Award based on Financial need.
  • Preference given to students from the Winston Salem metropolitan area.

The Logos Scholarship

Approximate Amount: $530

Eligibility

  • Available to a second year graduate student in Communication Sciences and Disorders who maintains a minimum GPA of 3.25

The Millard Meador Endowed Scholarship

Approximate Amount: $570

Eligibility

  • Available to a Communication Sciences and Disorders Majors who maintains a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Renewable upon reapplication and selection
  • Available to undergraduate and graduate students

Vernon Endowed Scholarship for CSD

Approximate Amount: $490

Eligibility

  • Full-time graduate student in the Speech-Language Pathology program with a minimum GPA of 3.25
  • Resident of NC
  • Preference is given to students with financial need and who demonstate community service and campus volunteerism


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