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 scholar program 

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The university workforce alliance

The University Workforce Alliance (UA) is a collaboration between Grambling State University, Louisiana State University, Northwestern State University (Lead University), Nicholls State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, Southern University at Baton Rouge, Southern University at New Orleans, and the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

primary programs

The primary programs implemented by the University Alliance are the Student Scholar and Employee Scholar programs.

 

The Title IV-E program is a partnership between the University Alliance, the Louisiana Child Welfare Training Academy, and the Department of Children and Family Services.

University
Program Type
Options
University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM)
BSW
In-person
Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO)
BSW, MSW
In-person, hybrid (Applying for Online Program to begin Fall 2023)
Southern University (SUBR)
BSW
In-person
Southeastern Louisiana University
BSW
In-person
Nicholls State University (Nicholls)
B.A. in Psychology
In-person and Online
Northwestern State University (NSU)
BSW
In-person and Online
Louisiana State University (LSU)
MSW
In-person and Online
Grambling State University (GSU)
BSW, MSW
In-person (approved for online in Summer 2023)
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Student and employee scholar program

The student scholar program, previously termed the “stipend program”, has been functioning for over 26 years. In order to become a scholar, students must apply to the individual university where they attend school through the online registration system.
 

The employee scholar program, officially titled the Employee Education Support Program (EESP), provides tuition assistance to employees who work for the Department in order to work towards a graduate degree (MSW) at either GSU, LSU, or SUNO.

APPLY to the iv-e program

Learn about the application process and apply to the program.

scholar
resources

Resources for current Scholars can find be here.

program eligibility

Review the program eligibility for Students, Employees, and Supervisors.

scholar
alumni

Listen to what alumni have to say about their time in the program.

program
FAQs

Learn about the program by reviewing some frequently asked questions.

University alliance

Meet the University Alliance and learn more about them. 

If you have any questions regarding the Scholar and Employee Programs or application process, please email Title IV-E staff at childwelfare@nsula.edu

primary programs

The primary programs implemented by the University Alliance are the Student Scholar and Employee Scholar programs.

 

The Title IV-E program is a partnership between the University Alliance, the Louisiana Child Welfare Training Academy, and the Department of Children and Family Services.

University
Program Type
Options
University of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM)
BSW
In-person
Southern University at New Orleans (SUNO)
BSW, MSW
In-person, hybrid (Applying for Online Program to begin Fall 2023)
Southern University (SUBR)
BSW
In-person
Southeastern Louisiana University
BSW
In-person
Nicholls State University (Nicholls)
B.A. in Psychology
In-person and Online
Northwestern State University (NSU)
BSW
In-person and Online
Louisiana State University (LSU)
MSW
In-person and Online
Grambling State University (GSU)
BSW, MSW
In-person (approved for online in Summer 2023)
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