Offset the cost of tuition with available scholarships for NAU students earning degrees in Social Work
Northern Arizona University students in Social Work programs have the option of applying for scholarships to assist with the cost of tuition. There are both university level scholarships, as well as additional options through the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Visit the NAU Office of Student and Financial Aid webpage for scholarship opportunities available from the university and for other financing options.
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences scholarships
There are many additional scholarships available to Social Work students through the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
On the SBS Scholarships webpage, we’ve created a menu of social work specific opportunities you can apply for, complete with information on scholarship amounts, intentions, applications, and deadlines.
Child Welfare Training Project
The Child Welfare Training Project (CWTP) at Northern Arizona University is a competitive field placement for students pursuing a Master or Bachelor of Social Work. The mission of CWTP is the prepare social work students to be effective child welfare specialists, who are able to promote the well-being of the children and families at risk for abuse and neglect. On successful completion, CWTP graduates receive immediate, full-time, professional employment with Arizona Department of Child Safety, as Child Safety Specialists.
Who Should Apply
- Want a career protecting children and strengthening families.
- Accepted into the NAU MSW or BSW program and are in good academic standing.
- Submitted an application to the NAU MSW or BSW program and meet program eligibility requirements.
- Application and Information at nau.edu/cwtp
- Reside in Flagstaff, AZ.
- Willing and able to work full time for Arizona’s DCS upon graduation.
- Up to 2 years of tuition paid
- MSW or BSW related fees paid
- $500 monthly stipend (for MSW only)
Fall applications due Oct 1
Spring applications due Feb 1