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Counseling Psychology Graduate Stipend

Native American students accepted into the Counseling Psychology doctoral program at the University of North Dakota are eligible for a 12 month stipend. One stipend is available each year from 2012-2017 dependent upon funding.

Requirements

  1. Native American (American Indian, Alaska Native, or Native Hawaiian ancestry).
  2. Accepted for admission by the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program at UND.

Selection will be based upon mutual agreement between the SGCoE Director and Counseling Psychology program faculty.

Compensation for the 12 month stipend dependent upon funding:

  1. $21,500 stipend/year paid bi-monthly.
  2. Travel to the Society of Indian Psychologists Conference with students in June.
  3. Connection with cultural, spiritual and ceremonial activities with Northstar Council.
  4. Interaction with the Native Health Research Team.

Expectations

  1. Meet the requirements of the academic program.
  2. Maintain a 3.0 GPA.
  3. Make academic progress toward a doctoral degree.
  4. Participate in program evaluation.

To learn more about applying, contact:

Jan Flatin
(701) 777-6084
janice.flatin@med.und.edu

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