Graduate School Scholarships and Fellowships


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Graduate Scholarship Inquiry Form

The Monmouth University is pleased that applicant are interested in learning graduate scholarship opportunities. Please note that their scholarship estimate will be based on the GPA applicant have provided. This amount is an estimate and is not an award. Should applicant qualify for a graduate scholarship and applicant are accepted into the University applicant will be notified upon acceptance of their award amount.

Amount: $4000
Program-Specific Costs

MAT Master or Arts in Teaching toggle open. The Stafford Loan Forgiveness Program for Teachers is intended to encourage students to enter and continue in the teaching profession. Highly qualified teachers in mathematics, science, or special education may be eligible for up to $17,500 in Federal Stafford or Direct Loan forgiveness after completing 5 years of full-time, qualifying teaching service.

Teaching Eagles Scholarship Program

The program is housed in the Pott College of Science, Engineering, and Education and is funded by the Indiana STEM Teacher Recruitment Fund, which is administered by the Indiana Education Roundtable. Tuition for up to 27 credit hours for Elementary Teaching Eagles or 30 credit hours for Secondary Teaching Eagles. Funding for travel to state conferences focused on teaching mathematics or science Funding for CASA testing registration fees Additional learning opportunities for professional growth in STEM education. Participate in a Teaching Eagle special interest group The courses in the Secondary Teaching Eagles program correspond to the Secondary Education Licensure minor as well as coursework in the major specific to teaching candidates.

Amount: $6000
The Graduate School of Education and Human Development - Funding Your Graduate Education

Interest from the Griffith Family Endowment will provide need-based support for students planning a career in education. The Mildred Green Scholarship Fund was created in 1959 by a gift from the GW Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, a professional education sorority, to honor Ms. Green, the Chapter founder and first president. This fund is used to support secondary education students who exemplify Dr. Hansen values and dedication to the field of teaching and administration. The income from this fund awards scholarships to GSEHD students pursuing degrees in international education. Alexandria Partnership Fellowship Intended for students taking courses at the Alexandria Graduate Education Center who are citizens of or working or interning full or part-time in the City of Alexandria.

Amount: $25000
Entrance Loan Debt Management

Secondary Markets purchase student loans from lenders. If a secondary market purchases their loan, applicant will be notified that applicant should make their payments to the new owner. Servicers are companies that specialize in the day-to-day management of student loans If their lender or secondary market notifies applicant that their loan has been assigned to a servicer, applicant should send their monthly payment directly to the servicer. Their lender must notify applicant in writing if their loan is sold to a secondary market. Applicant will not be eligible for further federal student aid, as well as deferments, forbearances, and loan consolidation on other education loans applicant may having outstanding.

Amount: $1000

Award: Fellows benefit from a three-year annual stipend of $30,000 along with a $10,500 cost of education allowance for tuition and fees, a one-time $1,000 travel allowance and the freedom to conduct their own research at any accredited the students.S., or foreign institution of graduate education they choose. Juniors, seniors, graduates who are at least 20 years old and interested in teaching English in France. Award: 1,500 teaching assistant positions with a monthly stipend of 945 Euros month. Financial need will be considered along with evidence of scholarship and commitment to the teaching profession. Scholarship for education female students who give evidence of financial need.

Financial Aid

The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary consideration. Selection is based on demonstrated academic ability as evidenced by a minimum 3.3 GPA, with financial need as a secondary consideration. Scholarship is based primarily on need with merit as a secondary consideration. The scholarship is merit-based as a first priority, with exemplary moral character and leadership potential serving as secondary consideration. The donor hopes this scholarship will enable students to pursue, through music education, a passion for music throughout a lifetime. The scholarship is merit-based with financial need as a secondary factor. The Jewel and Joseph Cross Scholarship in Education is a merit scholarship created to assist students pursuing licensure or a Master of Arts in Teaching.

Amount: $1000
Private Scholarships

University of Michigan-Dearborn Scholarships for Employees and Their Dependents. Applicants must demonstrate desire, ability, good grades, and financial need. AICPA Scholarships for Minority Accounting Students provides awards to outstanding minority students to encourage their selection of accounting as the major. Alumni LEAD UM-Dearborn students have received from $2.500-$8,000 in scholarships towards tuition by the University of Michigan Alumni Association. The scholarship will be offered to a highly qualified, admitted student who can enhance diversity at the University of Michigan-Dearborn in terms of race, gender, ethnicity or national origin. The scholarship may be renewable for students maintaining satisfactory academic performance. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and financial need. Candidates should have a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrate leadership and financial need.

Amount: $1551
Graduate Funding Opportunities

Than half of their time teaching during each year must be in a high need field: Math, science, foreign language, bilingual education, English language acquisition, special education, or reading specialist. CalRTA Scholarships The CalRTA Scholarship program provides scholarships to students in a teaching credential program. Scholarship money is to be used for tuition and or books and supplies during student teaching semesters. Applicants who have already completed student teaching, or who will not be doing student teaching during the year of the scholarship, are not eligible. Learn extend their Cal Grant for an additional year while applicant earn their teaching credential. Submit a Request for Cal Grant Teaching Credential Program Benefits available from the California Student Aid Commission.

Amount: $3000

Disbursement Period: Fall and SpringScholarship Intent: To provide assistance to students in Education programs at SFSU which lead to a teaching, specialist, or service credential.Criteri Degree concentrations eligible to apply: Elementary Education, Language Literacy, Math Education, Early Childhood Education, Adult Education, Secondary Education, Equity and Social Justice, Special Interest, Ed Admin, Instructional Technologies, Jt. Doc in SPED, Special Education, Communicative Disorders, EDD in Educational Leadership. Disbursement Period: SpringScholarship Intent: Assist promising students in the College of Education who are working toward achieving their teaching credential in Special Education, specializing in moderate to severe disabilities, or severe disabilities, and during the semester of student teaching.Criteri Must have a credential objective or emphasis in moderate to severe or severely handicapped.