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MSW Grants

Start your decade with a $5,000 grant

Northcentral University is proud to announce MSW Grants for new Master of Social Work students. These grants will help new MSW students follow their dreams in pursuit of a higher degree. We are offering every eligible, new MSW student that starts their MSW program by February 24, 2020 a $5,000 grant. The grant will be applied to the second through eleventh courses of their program.

How it works

To be considered, new students must apply, submit an essay and start their MSW program by February 24, 2020.

Essay Topic

Your essay should describe how your degree from NCU will help you change your life and/or the lives of those around you.

Essay Guidelines

Use the form below to submit either a 500-700 word essay (maximum two pages, double-spaced), or a 2-4 minute audio or video file (minimum 2 minutes, maximum 4 minutes) in one of the following formats: .MOV, .MPEG4, .MP4, .MP3, .WAV, .AVI, .MV4, or .WMV not to exceed 25MB.

View, complete eligibility requirements, terms and conditions here.

Have additional questions about the Scholarship? Contact us to help clarify some of them.

Steps to Follow
  1. Apply for any master’s or doctoral program by February 24, 2020. There is no application fee.
  2. Submit your completed essay by February 24, 2020.
  3. Start your program by February 24, 2020.

Student Testimonial

Nicole Hutchinson was one of eight recipients of the Northcentral University Values Scholarship. Listen to her story!

Essay Submission Form

Files must be less than 25 MB.
Allowed file types: doc docx avi mov mp3 wav mpeg4 mp4 wmv.
By submitting the MSW Grant, you hereby authorize Northcentral University and those acting pursuant to its authority to: Use any quotes attributable to me in printed or electronic material. Use my name, likeness, and biographical material in connection with these quotes. Exhibit or distribute such material in whole or in part without restrictions or limitation for any educational or promotional purpose which Northcentral University and those acting pursuant to its authority deem appropriate.