Scholarships

There are many sources and types of assistance available to help finance your undergraduate education. This page offers guidance with respect to two primary sources of financial assistance – Departmental Awards and University Scholarships – both accessible through a single application process.

  • LMU Department of Psychology offers two awards to recognize exceptional students: (1) Dr. Rose Patricia Walsh Research Award, awarded to recognize an outstanding student researcher; and (2) Psychology Scholar of the Year Award, awarded to the student with the highest GPA.


    For questions about any of these Departmental Awards, contact the Psychology Department at 310.338.2982 or email psychology@lmu.edu.

  • In addition to the Departmental Awards offered by the Department of Psychology, LMU's Undergraduate Division offers the following scholarships to student applicants majoring in Psychology.

    Irving and Stewart Kessler Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports minority students with financial need who are majoring in psychology and involved in activities promoting social justice. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    John L. "Larry" Kelly '57 Annual Psychology Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students majoring in Psychology in BCLA. In Good Academic Standing. Preference for students with financial need.

    Mary Kretschmar Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports students majoring in psychology. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts in conjunction with the Financial Aid Office.

    Dr. Ronald K. Barrett AAAA Scholarship

    This scholarship supports undergraduate students who have completed an application through the African American Alumni Association Scholarship process. Preference to students majoring in Psychology or shows a demonstrated interest in the field of Psychology. If there are no qualified Psychology students then students majoring in other areas of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts should be considered. Students who demonstrate multicultural sensitivity an interest in a multicultural approach to their area of study.

    Rev. Peter Ciklic Memorial Scholarship

    This scholarship supports deserving undergraduate psychology majors. Preference for students with a 3.0 GPA or better. Selections are made by the dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts.

    Other

    Prospective students are strongly encouraged to visit the LMU's Financial Aid Named Scholarship Website for information about federal student loans and additional scholarship and grant opportunities not represented here.


    For questions about any of these University Scholarships, contact the Financial Aid Office by phone (310) 338-2753 or email finaid@lmu.edu.

  • For information on what scholarships are currently available or how to apply please visit LMU's Undergraduate Scholarships website here.