Did you know that approximately 50% of our students received assistantships and awards in 2021? The University of Redlands School of Education cares deeply about offering a world-class graduate education that is affordable and accessible, providing a range of scholarship and assistantship awards for greater access to these renowned graduate degree programs.
Explore the available forms of financial assistance for School of Education applicants below.
The School of Education’s Change Agent Scholarship recognizes the valuable efforts of our students who serve as change agents within their communities. The purpose of this need-based scholarship is to support change agents in their efforts to uphold educational justice in today’s challenging and diverse educational landscape. This scholarship is only open to students starting a new degree-seeking program in Summer 2022. Recipients of this scholarship must be considered a first-generation college student and demonstrate financial need.
Learn More about our Change Agent Scholarship.
The Office of Community Standards and Wellbeing and Residence Life and Housing are seeking qualified and interested graduate students to serve as Community Coordinators. This is a live-in position in a rent-free apartment.
The Community Coordinator will receive hands-on training in supervision, Motivational Interviewing, assessment methods, and strategies for having individual and group meetings with students, helping prepare them for various future careers in many areas of Student Affairs, Higher Education, or Counseling.
Learn More about our Coordinator Graduate Assistantship.
This scholarship fund was established to recognize talented students making a difference in their communities. The purpose of the scholarship is to foster student success by alleviating financial strain for current and returning students for students who show promise as influential leaders in their communities. This scholarship aims to provide access to education by alleviating budgetary stressors.
Learn More about the Influential Leader Scholarship.
Graduate assistantships are a work award of up to 10 hours per week and $3,600 per year for eligible Master's or Doctoral students in the School of Education, applicable to the following degree programs:
Learn More about our graduate assistantships.
Committed to supporting those who work with special-needs children, the Dean's Education Specialist Scholarship awards up to a 25% tuition discount to those pursuing the California Education Specialist Teaching Credential or Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching - Education Specialist.
Learn More about the Dean's Educational Specialist Scholarship
Since 1924, the University of Redlands School of Education has been at the forefront of preparing teachers, counselors, and administrators for educational leadership in Southern California. This award program supports this by providing eligible students a scholarship up to 20% in the following qualified programs.
Learn More about the Emerging Leader Master's Award.
The Visionary Scholar Doctoral Award offers new students in the Redlands Ed.D. program up to a 20% discount off the cost of tuition in their chosen program of study.
Learn More about eligibility and application requirements for the Visionary Scholar Doctoral Award.
Investing in your education at the University of Redlands is an exciting step towards a successful future, and our School of Education graduate scholarships and assistantships aim to help you get there.
If you have questions, contact our enrollment team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-999-9844. We look forward to supporting you every step of the way as you strive to achieve your academic and professional goals!