College of Education

Scholarships

Generous alumni and donors have provided approximately $150,000 in scholarship support to be awarded every year to undergraduate and graduate students at the College of Education. For questions about creating a scholarship or the College of Education scholarship program contact Amy Cox,

Scholarship information

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student interested in applying for a WSU College of Education scholarship, please fill out the on-line application. The deadline is January 31.

Educational Leadership Scholarship Award sponsored by the Spokane Teachers Credit Union (Spokane campus only). Five $2,000 awards are granted anually to selected participants of the WSU Field Based Superintendent and Principal Certificate Programs.

The Future Teachers Conditional Scholarship and Loan Repayment Program is designed to encourage outstanding students and paraprofessionals to become teachers, and encourage current teachers to obtain additional endorsements in teacher shortage subjects.  

The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSFT) offers Science and Mathematics Teaching fellowships.  Teaching fellows are individuals who have recently earned at least a bachelor’s degree in science or mathematics and are committed to teaching high school science or mathematics.  The fellowship provides both financial and professional support for up to five years, including up to $10,000 tuition assistance per year for a maximum of two years and a monthly stipend while fellows are enrolled in recognized teacher credential program.

The Martinez Foundation WSU-Master in Teaching Scholarships of $15,000 are offered to five students diverse ethnic and cultural background  who are accepted into the M.I.T. program on the Pullman campus. Priority deadline is  November 15; first review of applications begins mid-December. Prospective applicants should contact Office of Graduate Studies for extended deadline date. For more information, the foundation's Web site.

The federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) grant provides additional funding to education majors who are interested in teaching in a low-income school district.

Loan forgiveness/cancellation programs (a sampling)

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