We are pleased to announce the Herman Warsh Community-Based Scholarship Fund for the Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, Ecopsychology specialization of the M.A./Ph.D. Depth Psychology Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute. This need-based scholarship was established to encourage students historically under represented in the study and practice of depth and archetypal psychology who are committed to community, cultural, and ecopsychological work. The Herman Warsh Scholarship program will award up to $15,000 each year. These funds are used to support up to five eligible students. The number and amount of individual awards is contingent upon the number of eligible applications received. This scholarship cannot be combined with other Pacifica Graduate Institute scholarships. The amount of the scholarship award will be disbursed equally over each quarter of enrollment in each academic year and applied directly toward tuition, and therefore has no cash value. Scholarship students are expected to be enrolled in full-time coursework (6 units). If a student is not enrolled fulltime, he or she must petition the specialization faculty for approval for the granting of a partial scholarship amount.
-Scholarship Fund is renewable through the dissertation phase if the student maintains good academic standing (GPA of 3.0 at the end of each spring quarter) and is moving through the curriculum in a timely manner. -New applicants must be accepted to the Community Psychology, Liberation Psychology, Ecopsychology specialization of the Depth Psychology Program at Pacifica by August 1 st .