Scholarships

Student and Faculty

Overview of Scholarships for OT Students at CSU

Scholarship Name Award Criteria Contact Comments

Training Occupational Therapists for School-based Practice
(TOPS)

(TOPS Grant is no longer accepting new students)

Must have completed one semester of OT program. GPA 3.0 or higher.Interest in working with children and youth in schools. Dr. Leslie Roundtree, Chair
Occupational Therapy Dept. DH 132
ext 2366
Application, essay and interview required. Service obligation required.
FOCUS Grant      
Scholarship for Disadvantaged Student Graduate student in occupational therapy. Financial need. Dr. Leslie Roundtree, Chair
Occupational Therapy Dept.
DH 132, ext 2366
Federal scholarship. Eligibility determined by parent’s income regardless of age.
Artice W. Harmon Memorial Scholarship Minority student demonstrating leadership and initiative for scholarly improvements. Evidence of financial need. Dr. Leslie Roundtree, Chair
Occupational Therapy Dept.
ext 2366
Nominated and selected by department faculty.
Batia Levy Family Scholarship (provides for financial support for level II fieldwork) Minority student in the last year of the program. GPA of 3.0 or higher. Dr. Leslie Roundtree, Chair
Occupational Therapy Dept.
DH 132, ext 2366
Nominated and selected by department faculty.

Other Resources

CSU Foundation Scholarships
CSU Financial Aid Office
American Occupational Therapy Foundation Scholarships
AMBUCS Inc

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