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University of Southern Mississippi Graduate Scholarships and Financial Aid
Online Masters in Library and Information Science
A number of scholarship opportunities are available for online students. The Online Student Scholarship gives first-time, fully online students an opportunity for $500 towards their first semester.
Online Master of Science in Teaching and Sport Performance
Online Student Scholarship - Graduate: This one-time, $500 scholarship is awarded to fully online students with a GPA of at least 2.5. The award will be given to students who have the potential for academic success and whom the funds will greatly impact.
Marriage and Family Therapy - Master's - Scholarships and Financial aid
The University of Southern Mississippi provides financial aid options for students in the Marriage and Family Therapy program, including scholarships, grants, loans, and work-study opportunities. Scholarships are awarded based on academic merit and financial need, while grants are financial awards that do not require repayment. Loans are available for students who need additional funding, and work-study programs allow students to work part-time to cover expenses. These options assist students in financing their education in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at USM.
Master of Public Health - Scholarships and Financial Aid
The School of Health Professions provides scholarships and awards to students, funded by generous donations from program supporters. The available awards vary depending on the emphasis area. Some of the scholarships include the Fred Barten Memorial Scholarship in Health Administration, the Lynn Cook Hartwig - Hattiesburg Clinic Scholarship Endowment, the Outstanding Master of Public Health Research Award, and the Alton B. Cobb Outstanding Master of Public Health Award. These scholarships and awards recognize and support outstanding students pursuing their education in health administration and public health, encouraging academic excellence and research accomplishments.