We are excited to announce the availability of several scholarship opportunities for currently enrolled students.

The application window opens Monday, June 6th and will close at midnight PT on Friday, June 24thTo be considered, you must submit your completed application via the links below by the application deadline. There will be no exceptions

Each scholarship has unique criteria and an essa​y prompt.  Therefore, if you wish to apply for multiple scholarships, you must apply for each scholarship individually. You will be prompted to sign in to access the application, please use your TCSPP student credentials.​ TCSPP’s Scholarship Review Committee will announce recipients in August. Decisions of the committee are final and may not be appealed. ​ 

If you have questions about eligibility or how to apply, please direct them to your Student Support Counselor.  ​

The Scholarship Review Committee

[email protected]


The Dr. Michael Horowitz & Dr. Jeannie Gutierrez Immigrant/First Generation Scholarship 


The Dr. Michael Horowitz/Dr. Jeannie Gutierrez First Generation Scholarship was established to support students whose parents have not graduated from college or who are the first in the family to receive a graduate degree or who are immigrants to the United States and pursuing higher education for the first time in the US. This scholarship was established to enable students to blaze a new trail of success for their families and in their communities. 


Number of Awards: 1  

Award Amount: $12,000 (non-renewable)  

Apply Here​

Underrepresented Student Scholarship 

TCSPP is proud to be a minority-majority university. The Chicago School aspires to recruit, retain, and graduate even more underrepresented students by providing the necessary support to help them succeed in fields where there is a significant shortage of minority professionals. The Scholarship for students from Underrepresented Populations is awarded to continuing students from minority groups including, but not limited to Black or African American, American Indian and Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander, and Hispanic or Latino in pursuit of their educational and career goals. 

Number of Awards: 2 

Award Amount: $6,000 (non-renewable)  

Apply Here​


Veterans and Members of the Military Scholarship 


TCSPP is proud to announce our 2022-2023 Military Friendly® School designation. This designation recognizes The Chicago School’s commitment, effort, and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefit for the military community. The Veterans and Members of the Military Scholarship was established to support continuing students from the Military community in pursuit of their educational and career goals. 


Number of Awards: 1 

Award Amount: $2,000 (non-renewable)  

The Veronica Grace Thorson Scholarship Fund 


Named for Veronica Thorson, a Master of Arts student in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at The Chicago School’s San Diego campus. Veronica was a lifelong learner, seeking to make an impact in mental health, recovery and advocacy. She was a beloved member of the TCSPP family and will be greatly missed. 

In memory of Veronica’s passion for mental health and helping others, Veronica’s family established a student tuition scholarship fund to support currently enrolled students who are in financial need to earn their degree. This fund is dedicated to providing scholarships for San Diego Campus students by the family of a former student who passed away after a decades long struggle with anorexia nervosa.  

Students who qualify may apply for monetary support to the fund through an application process, which includes an essay sharing what they would do to honor her legacy to further their education. 


Number of Awards: 5 

Award Amount: up to $4,000 (non-renewable)  

Apply Here​