William James College offers merit-based scholarships. All William James applicants will be considered for a merit-based scholarship by the Admissions Committee based upon your application materials and your admissions interview. You will be notified of any merit-based scholarships on your offer of admission.
Scholarships are renewable each year (up to four years maximum) provided that you remain in good academic and financial standing and continue to make Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP).
William James Scholarships
The following friends and alumni of William James College have generously offered scholarships for the purpose of promoting increased educational opportunities for deserving students:
- Dubinsky Family Endowed Scholarship
- Cynthia Lucero Scholarship
- John D. Robinson Scholarship
- Kate Inglis Scholarship
- Leota Long Janke Scholarship
- Margaret Gorman Scholarship
- Marilyn R. and Edmund U. Cohler Scholarship
- Sophie and Norbett Mintz Scholarship
William James Institutional Scholarships
- Behavioral Health Initiative Scholarship
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling Scholarship
- Military Service Members & Veterans Scholarship
- School Psychology Scholarship
- Serving the Mental Health Needs of the Underserved Scholarship
If you would like to make a gift to the William James College Scholarship Fund, please click here and select “Scholarship Fund” from the dropdown menu.