HRSA Scholarship

HRSA Scholarship

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If you are interested in working with marginalized communities, explore our HRSA Scholarship, which promotes diversity of licensed counselors in under-served regions of the country.

This opportunity is generously funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

The grant will help fund Hood College’s Helping the Helper program, which is designed to support high-caliber students who want to make a difference in disenfranchised, underserved communities.

Interested applicants should select the option that indicates you are interested in applying for the HRSA Scholarship on the online graduate application for admission to our clinical mental health program. Eligible applicants will be contacted with next steps.

Please note: your complete application is not a guarantee of funding.

Application Deadlines

  • March 15 (priority deadline) for fall semester
  • May 15 (regular deadline) for fall semester
  • Nov 1 for spring semester

Fall 2020 HRSA Hood awardees include the following Clinical Mental Health graduate students:

  • Ms. Jessica Coleman
  • Ms. Kori Payne
  • Ms. Brittany Spoor
  • Ms. Joanna Weedlun

Graduate Admission Contact
Tanith Fowler Corsi
Director of Graduate Admission
fowlercorsi@hood.edu
301-696-3603

HRSA Scholarship Contact
Andrew Campbell, Ph.D. Program Director campbell@hood.edu

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