Marion Woodman Scholarship
2012-2013 Marion Woodman Scholarship - click to download pdf of the application and instructions.
Available to Fall 2012 newly admitted Depth Psychology with emphasis in Somatic Studies students – must be admitted by August 1st to be considered.
The Marion Woodman Scholarship program will award up to $15,000 each year with an average range of $2,000 - $3,000. The number and amount of individual awards is contingent upon the number of eligible applications received. Applicants should show high financial need and strong academic excellence. Funds awarded in 2012-2013 will be renewable through the dissertation phase, provided that satisfactory academic progress is being made (GPA of 3.5 is maintained by the posting of spring quarter grades) and students are successfully completing coursework and progressing through the program. The application deadline is August 1, 2012. Awards announced by August 31, 2012.
Requirements for application: Completed scholarship application and 2012-2013 FAFSA or for international students, the International Scholarship Addendum.
Criteria to determine award: The Scholarship Committee will review the scholarship applications, essay and FAFSA (or International Student Addendum). Recipients will be selected based on:
1) acceptance to the Depth Psychology with an emphasis in Somatic Studies program;
2) high financial need;
3) strong academic excellence determined by the admission committee’s recommendation
This scholarship cannot be combined with other Pacifica Graduate Institute Scholarships. The amount of the scholarship award will be disbursed equally over each quarter of enrollment in each academic year and applied directly toward tuition, and therefore has no cash value. Scholarship students are expected to be enrolled full-time. If a student is not enrolled full-time, he or she must petition the scholarship committee for approval for the granting of a partial scholarship amount.
Yearly renewal is based on satisfactory academic progress (GPA of 3.5) at the posting of the spring quarter grades, and on timely progress through the curriculum.