This fund benefits graduate students with financial need and is distributed annually.
Support a Latino male from the United States who is bilingual (Spanish/English), and has an interest in providing community mental health services directly to the Latino population.
Support a student accepted for a first-term practicum at the BCC. He or she must demonstrate financial need, provide a recommendation from a supervisor and demonstrate a commitment to community outreach ministry, including church and parachurch during the practicum year. The recommendation must come from the BCC.
Support Rosemead students interested in serving in member care with preference to international students and MKs who plan to return abroad. Fund can also be used to support students attending the Mission and Mental Health Conference.
Support a black international or African American female studying psychology with the desire to become a psychologist.
Support students who demonstrated need. The Rosemead Legends Fund was established by Rosemead alumni who desire to contribute to the education of the next generation of psychotherapists.
Support a current Rosemead student, who applied with a dissertation topic addressing some integration of psychology and the Christian faith.
Support a student enrolled in the Rosemead Psy. D. program who demonstrates need. Established upon the passing of Rosemead alumnus, Wade Wahl.
Support a first year Rosemead student with an undergraduate psychology degree from Biola or another CCCU school and a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.5. This scholarship has been established in honor of Dr. Paul Poelstra's 50-year association with Biola University.
Support a full-time doctoral student in clinical psychology with at least a second year standing.