Saint Louis University

Saint Louis University is committed to making the financial aid process seamless and manageable for you and your family. The Program in Occupational Therapy has provided a list of internal and external scholarships and awards available to students.

SLU Student Financial Services

Graduate Education Tuition Scholarships

Florian and Walburga Horvath Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship recognizes leadership, academic achievement, a commitment to education, and financial need. Applicants must be students enrolled in a health professions program in the Doisy College of Health Sciences and must be entering the final full year of a professional bachelor’s, masters or doctoral program.

Doisy College of Health Sciences Alumni Association Scholarship
The Doisy College of Health Sciences Alumni Association Scholarship Fund was established to promote and support student involvement in alumni relations through an annual award of financial assistance to students enrolled in an approved course of study within the Edward and Margaret Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University.

AOTA E. K. Wise Scholarship: Building a Diverse Occupational Therapy Workforce
The scholarship supports female students pursuing a post baccalaureate entry-level degree program in occupational therapy.

AOTF Scholarship Program
Over 50 scholarships are available this year from AOTF and its collaboration with state occupational therapy associations. The scholarships range in value from $150 to $5,000.

AMBUCS Scholarship Program
Since 1955, National AMBUCS™, Inc. has been awarding scholarships to therapy students in their junior/senior year in a bachelor’s degree program, or a graduate program leading to a master’s or doctoral degree.

Visiting Nurse Association of Greater St. Louis Shirley Fredman Zeffren Scholarship
Paper applications are available in the SLU OS/OT office from October 1st to February 15th each academic year.
This scholarship is awarded yearly to Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy students who have been accepted for enrollment in the master’s degree program. Applicants must be a resident of the metropolitan St. Louis, MO area, and have demonstrated leadership characteristics as a student and a commitment to community service and health care.

Students and applicants may also wish to check with their local community organizations such as the Elks, Rotary Clubs, and health care organizations.