New students in the Graduate School of Education may apply for the Dean's Merit Scholarship to help finance their education.
The Graduate School of Education Dean's Merit Scholarship is awarded
to newly-enrolling students demonstrating exceptional merit. Individual
students may receive the award for up to two years of full-time study.
Applicable programs include: On-campus programs in Early Childhood
Education, Elementary Education, Middle School Education, High School
Education, Special Education, Reading Specialist, Curriculum &
Instruction, Community Arts, Teacher of Visual Art, Early
Childhood/Elementary Education and Creative Arts in Learning, Integrated
Teaching through the Arts, Elementary and ESL, Elementary and Moderate Disabilities, Elementary and Specialist Teacher of Reading, Middle School English and Specialist Teacher of Reading, Literacy for K-8 Classroom Teachers.
The following programs are not
included: Collaborative Internship programs, Elementary Education Urban
Initiative program, and programs offered in an off-campus format.
An applicant to the Merit Scholarship should have a strong academic
background, demonstrated leadership skills, and a commitment to the
field of education.
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