Scholarships

2022 HPC Scholarships

Below is information regarding scholarships available to current students in HPC. Students may apply to more than one scholarship. Applications will be made through the Appalachian Scholarship Portal.

The Appalachian Scholarship Application Portal (ASAP) opens on Monday, August 15 and closes Friday, September 16, for RCOE graduate scholarships for the 2022-23 academic year.

All currently enrolled graduate students should apply by 11:59 PM EST on September 16, 2022 to be considered for departmental scholarships. 

Find the link in your AppalNet account (Student Services tab) or visit ASAP.appstate.edu and log-in with your App State username and password to complete your application.  

 

Don Rhodes, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

To provide support to full-time graduate students in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling concentrating in studies that will prepare them to work with adults with addiction. This scholarship is renewable. 

Possible Award: $1497 

 

Glenda T. Hubbard Graduate Scholarship

To provide support to full-time graduate students in Counselor Education in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling.

Possible Award: $1098

 

Grover Fielding Yancey and Kathleen Coggins Yancey Endowment for the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling

To provide support to full-time graduate students in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling who demonstrate financial need (a FAFSA form is not required). This scholarship is renewable.

Possible Award: $2067

 

Jones-Dotson Scholarship

To provide support to full-time graduate students in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling.

Possible Award: $1380

 

Legacy of a Lifetime Scholarship

To provide support to full-time students in the Department of Human Develpment and Psychological Counseling. Preference will be given to former student athletes, or at the discretion of the Counseling Program Committee for study abroad opportunities or other projects that will allow students to conduct counseling research. This scholarship is renewable.

Possible Award: $800

 

Nancy Campbell Howell Scholarship

To provide support to full-time school counseling students who demonstrate financial need. This Endowment Scholarship is dedicated to the life and spirit of Nancy Campbell Howell by her parents, Mary and Glen Campbell. Nancy graduated from HPC/PSC in 2000 and practiced as a professional school counselor in Davie County until her death in 2004. 

Possible Award: $5190

 

Marriage and Family Therapy Social Justice in Action Fund

To support the recruitment and retention of underrepresented applicants and underrepresented graduate students who are seeking admission or who are enrolled in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program in the Department of Human Development and Psychological Counseling.

Possible Award: $300