A number of partial tuition fellowships will be awarded to incoming graduate students in Physical Therapy who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievement in prior coursework. These fellowships are offered at the point of admission and recipients are notified along with their letter of acceptance to the program. Fellowship recipients are chosen during the admission process using information on the admissions application; no separate application is required.
Beginning in 2016-17, it is the intention of the School of Physical Therapy to support two incoming Doctor of Physical Therapy candidates through Yellow Ribbon. Candidates must be eligible for the Post 9/11 GI Bill ® benefit (Chapter 33) at the maximum benefit rate of 100%. Offers of the two seats will be made on a first-come, first-served basis by cohort.
Puget Sound's graduate scholarship program is composed of a limited number of named scholarships provided through the financial commitments of alumni and friends. These named scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to students who meet the specific selection criteria established by the donors. Scholarship recipients are chosen by the department faculty; no separate application is required.