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The program faculty of the Counseling program, in accordance with the University of Memphis Graduate School, are committed to students identifying and attaining sufficient resources as to enable the completion of the Master of Science degree. Financial aid is available contingent upon need. Students should meet the following criteria when seeking financial aid: complete a federal financial aid application (FAFSA); complete one each graduate school and department enrollment application; be either an eligible non-citizen or United States citizen, not be in default on a federal loan, be unconditionally accepted and enrolled in the counseling program in pursuit of a specific degree; and be enrolled for a minimum of six hours per semester. Students also have the option of securing a loan or loans from private sources. Check with the Financial Aid Office on The University of Memphis campus for more details.

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