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Scholarships|Division of Communication Disorders

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Division of Communication Disorders
1000 E. University Ave., Dept. 3311
Health Sciences, 265
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-6427
Fax: 307-766-6829
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In addition to amazing general scholarships offered at the time of undergraduate admission to UW, the Division of Communication Disorders offers merit-based Steve Elliot Scholarships to new and returning  students within the division.

We encourage you to take some time to review the opportunities and apply to those scholarships for which you are eligible.

Competitive Scholarship Opportunities at UW


Graduate Assistantships

Financial help for graduate students is also available each year through the department with assistantships and other funding.  Typically, graduate assistantships are awarded for one academic year and include 1/2 tuition support and a monthly stipend.  These assistantships require the student to spend 10 hours per week providing supportive services to the Division or to individual faculty members.  Awards are competitive and based on past academic performance, evidence of professional promise, and letters of recommendation. 

Summer/Fall 2015 GA application

Steve Elliott Scholarship 2015

WSHA Scholarship

Aspire! Program

This program is designed to help you build your professional knowledge and skills. The student will work one-on-one with an academic or clinical faculty mentor.  

This program provides the student with stipends & financial assistance to complete a project or activity with a mentor from the Division of Communication Disorders.  

Award: One Student per academic year will be awarded.  

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Communication Disorders Major with a GPA of 3.0 or greater
  • Full-time undergraduate student who is a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior
  • ACT composite score of 23 and eligible to complete Math 1400, or Completed Math 1400 with a ‘B’ or better
Application Instructions:
  1. In 300 words or less, address each of the following:
    1. your name, class rank, and identify the program (ASPIRE)
    2. academic performance
    3. notable academic achievements
    4. leadership and service activities
    5. participation in NSSLHA
    6. professional interests
    7. identify a possible ASPIRE mentor (not required.)

      2.  Attach an unofficial, current transcript and ACT scores that are downloadable from WyoWeb. If you are a non-traditional student without ACT scores, please indicate that in your statement.

Applications can be submitted on paper or electronically to Marinda Brumfield, HS265 or  
Award recipient will be notified by announcement at the Division of Communication Disorders Spring Banquet.



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