Offset the cost of tuition with available scholarships
Visit the NAU Office of Student and Financial Aid web page for scholarship opportunities available from the university and for other financing options.
Fellowships, scholarships, and stipends
Students who are policy and practice trainees may receive stipends.
IHD Diversity Fellowship in Disability Leadership
Apply now and become a leader in interdisciplinary team practices to extend your skill set to include a disability perspective.
Download the application here: Application
This IHD Diversity Fellowship in Disability Leadership offers graduate level students from culturally and linguistically diverse groups the opportunity to acquire leadership skills in the area of disability studies, practice, and administration. The fellowship is part of an effort to ensure that the field of disabilities includes underrepresented professionals from culturally and linguistically diverse groups in leadership roles. The fellowship provides a $15,000 stipend to one student for the first year with possible additional funding available for a second year.
Students from programs typically associated with disability (Education, Physical Therapy, Speech/Language Pathology, etc.) are encouraged to apply as are students from programs not typically associated with disability but who have an interest in extending their skill set to include a disability perspective (Criminology, Educational Technology, and Business Administration, to name a few). Native American students are especially encouraged to apply.
- Must be a first year, full-time, campus-based (Flagstaff), graduate level student in good standing
- Must be from an underrepresented group
- Requires one-year commitment with the possibility of a second year
- Requires a brief application and two references from applicant’s academic department
Please send applications to:
Katherine Mahosky, Ed.D., CCC-SLP
Find the coordinator of your program to ask them questions, find out how to get involved or for academic advice.
Certificate in Assistive Technology
Minor in Disabilities Studies
Katherine Mahosky, M.S.