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Manson Stockwell
Graduate Scholar Award

Through the generosity of an anonymous donor, the School of Psychology & Counseling at LeTourneau University is excited to have the opportunity to provide the Manson Stockwell Graduate Scholar Award. This scholarship covers partial tuition for a LeTourneau University student who earns a bachelor’s degree from LETU, and chooses to continue their education by pursuing the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master's degree.

Scholarship Details

  • Scholarship Amount: 2/3 Tuition
  • Award Criteria:
    • Must have a bachelor's degree from LeTourneau University
    • Must be pursuing the nontraditional Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) master's degree offered through the School of Psychology and Counseling
    • Must be enrolled full-time (9 hours graduate) each semester at LeTourneau University and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or greater in the program
    • Must exhibit the core values of LeTourneau University, including character, service, honesty, integrity, scholarship, and a worldview that reflects the same (an essay is required as part of the application)
  • Renewable: Yes
  • Award frequency: No more than one Stockwell Scholar Award will be given per year (Fall semester). It is possible that no award would be given if there are not any qualified applicants.
  • Committee: A committee composed of (1) the Dean of the School of Psychology & Counseling, (2) the Chair of Graduate Programs in Counseling, and (3) a family representative of the anonymous donor will make award decisions.
  • Timeline:
    • Applications are due by February 15
    • Award decision will be made by March 15
    • Awardee has until April 1 to notify the committee of acceptance or rejection of award


There are two essays that need to be completed for the application.

Essay 1: Upload a pdf (preferred) document that answers the following writing prompts. The document should not exceed three pages.

  • What motivated your decision to pursue the CMHC degree, and why have you chosen to study at LeTourneau University?
  • Discuss obstacles you have encountered during your undergraduate work, and how you have overcome them.
  • Describe your worldview and its relevance to the counseling profession.

Essay 2: Upload a pdf (preferred) document that answers the following writing prompt. The document should not exceed two pages.

  • What has your involvement with both the campus community and the greater Longview community been during your time as a student at LeTourneau University?

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