Learn more and apply for the School of Education scholarships and graduate assistantships.
The School of Education has the following scholarships available:
1. The Visionary Scholar Doctoral Award - Learn More
2. The Emerging Leader Master's Award - Learn More
Up to 20% tuition discount for eligible students in a qualified program:
3. The Dean's Educational Specialist Scholarship - Learn More
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.
4. Graduate Assistantships - Learn More
Graduate Assistant positions are available in various departments across campus. Applicants must be enrolled in a School of Education graduate program.
5. Influential Leader - Learn More
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.
6. Change Agent Scholarship - Learn More
This scholarship fund was established to recognize talented students who show potential to become a transformative educator or counselor. Costs related to admission requirements such as exams, updating immunizations, and fingerprinting have been deemed financially burdensome to many incoming students. Most recently, financial strain has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of the scholarship is to support new students identified as potential change-agents facing financial difficulties specifically related to admission and program requirement expenses.
7. ACTW Scholarship - Learn More
The principal aim of the ACTW Scholarship is to elevate our students’ experience through direct mentoring and work relevant supervised work experience.
Through this scholarship, the School of Education and ACTW seeks to position our graduates as leaders in our local communities to advance important mental health initiatives throughout the region. The selected recipient will earn a one-year assistantship with ACTW, doing direct work with the community and generating mental health initiatives.