Roberta Kniffley African-American Psychology Scholarship
About the Roberta Kniffley African-American Psychology Scholarship
The scholarship is designed to help cover the cost of education for outstanding African-American students pursuing an undergraduate degree in Psychology. Scholarship winners receive $300 to go toward tuition, books, housing, or other education-related expenses. For information about the history of the fund, click here.
Who is Eligible
African-American students who are enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences pursuing an undergraduate degree in Psychology and are in good academic standing. Applicants must have a G.P.A. in psychology courses of at least 3.5 and an overall G.P.A. of at least 3.0. Students in any year of their studies are eligible to apply, but preference is given to applicants who are in their sophomore or junior year.
The deadline for the Fall 2012 scholarship has passed. The recipients were Ariel Washington and Andrew Williams. We will announce the deadline for the next round of applications on this webpage at a future date. Stay tuned!