The College of Education offers an increasing number of scholarships for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students which have been funded by gifts from faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the College. Monies for the scholarships are made available to the students as an offset against tuition, fees, housing, or other expenses affiliated with university attendance in the following fall and spring semesters.
THE 2018-19 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WILL BE OPEN FROM JANUARY 8, 2018 UNTIL FEBRUARY 10, 2018. The application is currently closed. Please check back soon.
In all cases, the criteria for each scholarship will be the basis for selecting the recipients. However, unless specified by the scholarship criteria, preference in awarding the scholarships goes to: (1) students with a cumulative grade point average above a 3.0, (2) students who will have earned a minimum of 56 credits by the end of the spring semester in which application is made, and (3) students who have been admitted to the College of Education teacher education program or are a kinesiology major.
NOTE: This one application applies to all available undergraduate scholarships.
Completed application form
Personal statement of educational goals, commitment to education, evidence of leadership, and other activities indicating scholarship or achievement in education
Current resume (not to exceed 4 pages)
One recommendation submitted by a faculty member or other person familiar with your work. NOTE: Make sure you have requested permission from the person before you list them in the system. References must be submitted via the website – instructions for submitting online will be sent with the request for a reference.
If you have questions about these scholarships, please contact Kelly Loveless at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-355-2178. If you experience problems with the application website, please contact the web application's developer at email@example.com.