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Huntington University's graduate counseling program offers the following grant/scholarship options: 

Graduate Assistantships: Up to one-half tuition

Must be a full-time graduate counseling student. Graduate counseling program applicants planning to enroll as full-time students (9 to 12 credit hours) may apply for assistantship grants equal to one-half of tuition. Positions require 15 hours per week to be served in one of the following departments: Graduate Admissions, Student Success, Learning Services, or Campus Ministries/Volunteer Services. Multiple positions may be available each year. For more information about available graduate assistantships, contact Graduate Admissions. Click to download Graduate Assistantship Application in PDF format. Must be included with application material.

Graduate Counseling Program Scholarships: Varies

Must be a full-time graduate counseling student. The graduate counseling program has a competitive scholarship program for new and current students who have served in their churches and/or communities. Please complete and submit the scholarship form to be considered for these awards.

Loan Repayment Opportunity: Varies

This opportunity is available to licensed professional counselors. Licensed health care providers can pursue loan repayment opportunities through the National Health Service Corps. Visit NHSC's website for more information.

Federal Direct Loan - Unsubsidized: $200 - $20,500

This is a non need-based loan option. Eligibility is determined by the FAFSA. Amount is determined by the number of credit hours the student has earned. 

Federal PLUS Loan (GRAD): $500 - cost of attendance

A non-need based loan option. Eligibility is determined by the FAFSA and credit check. Amount is determined by the number of credit hours the student is enrolled in.