The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (TCSPP) is a nonprofit, regionally accredited institution with more than 5,600 students at campuses across the country (Chicago, New Orleans, Dallas, Southern California, and Washington, D.C.) and online. The Chicago School has been an innovator in the field of psychology and related behavioral sciences
since 1979 and offers more than 30 degree programs as well as a wealth of opportunities for international experiences.
The Chicago School is committed to enrolling a diverse and outstanding student body; offering several scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 for the upcoming academic year. In support of this effort, the following scholarships are awarded based on a variety of criteria including, but not limited, to financial need, academic excellence, mission-based, and community involvement and service.
In addition to meeting the minimum individual scholarship criteria outlined below, awards are limited and based on a holistic review of the candidate’s application. Eligibility and application procedures vary by scholarship.
Additionally, The Chicago School allocates funds for grant aid to support students in degree completion. A limited number of institutional grants are available for students who meet certain criteria. To maintain grant eligibility, a student must remain in good standing. Students will be reviewed at the end of each term to maintain eligibility.
*Note: International Students may be eligible for the Alumni Tuition Rate, however, the Alumni Tuition Rate may not be combined with the International Student Grant. International student recipients of the Dean's, President's, and Merit Scholarships may become eligible for the Alumni Tuition Rate once all scholarship funds have been awarded.
International Student Service advises international students and their dependents on immigration status maintenance, social security, and employment. The Chicago School is committed to creating high-quality programs, services, and support with cross-cultural and academic adjustment, health insurance, and personal concerns in order to ensure international students achieve their personal and educational goals.
All international applicants are reviewed holistically, taking factors such as personal and professional experience and accomplishments into consideration. Applicants are required to submit application materials specific to their program of interest listed on the website on the program pages.
Please note not all applicants are required to submit an English-language assessment score or a transcript evaluation. Complete the form at the top of the page to contact the Office of International Admissions to discuss unique qualifications as well as the application process.
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