Douglas and Ellen Chung Asian Social Work Graduate Scholarship

This scholarship was established to promote social work services in the Asian countries and communities and support Asian students who are pursuing degrees in Social Work.

  • Candidates must be Asians or Asian Americans who demonstrate by an essay their eagerness to bring culturally sensitive social work to their home countries around the Pacific Rim or to their Asian communities in the western world
  • Candidates must be admitted to the School of Social Work to study at the graduate level in a degree seeking course
  • Must have a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 3.3 or better and be making satisfactory academic progress (3.0 or better in graduate school) according to the norms established by Grand Valley State University School of Social Work
  • Must be enrolled as a full time student
  • Demonstration of financial need not required

Renewal Criteria: Renewable. Student can receive the scholarship for max for 4 semesters.

This fund is in compliance with Prop 2-06 because it was established prior to its passing in 2006. At the donors wishes this fund will continue making awards as originally intended, and in return no new gifts to the fund can be accepted.

Donor
Douglas K. Chung
Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Community and Public Service
Deadline
05/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Please describe your eagerness to bring culturally sensitive social work to you home country around the Pacific Rim or to your Asian communities in the western world.