School of Professional Studies Scholarship Programs
The School of Professional Studies specializes in innovative business, technology, and liberal arts programs designed for women and men who are seeking to advance their careers or make a career change. SPS offers undergraduates degrees in Business Administration, Communication, Criminal Justice, Human Relations, General Studies, and Nursing. These scholarships are for undergraduates:
Current troop leaders for the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital can receive a one-time award of $1000. The award can be used towards an undergraduate course. To apply contact the Office of Admissions at 202-884-9400.
The Women in Housing Finance Foundation makes an annual award to an undergraduate student in the School of Professional Studies studying in the fields of finance, business, housing or other community/non-profit area of service. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Applications are mailed to eligible students each year after the spring semester.
The Women in Housing and Finance Foundation has given a grant to Trinity to fund scholarships to students in the School of Professional Studies. The WHF Foundation, founded in 1997 by Women in Housing and Finance (a professional and non-partisan association of women and men in the fields of housing and financial services) is committed to helping women and their families in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area by providing charitable services and educational activities primarily in the fields of housing and finance. Priority is given to students studying in the fields of finance, public service our housing issues. Applications are mailed to eligible students each year after the spring semester.
Early Childhood Education SPS Scholarship
A Scholarship is available to SPS Undergraduate Students who are enrolled in either the AA or BA in Early Childhood Education and demonstrate academic merit and financial need. Applicants must be admitted for the 2015-2016 school year and enrolled for at least 6 credit hours each semester. Applicants must work in a childcare center, school, or program located in DC and serve DC resident children aged 0-8. Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher (3.0) in major courses. 2015-2016 ECE Scholarship Application