To be considered for a College of Education scholarship, continuing students must complete:
APPLICATIONS ARE DUE February 1
Priority for College of Education scholarships is given to teacher licensure program students in their internship semester, then other seniors, then juniors, then sophomores admitted to the program, then freshmen and sophomores showing great promise and commitment to becoming outstanding educators. Graduate students in other programs are awarded scholarships through program specific selection processes not connected to this application.
Incoming freshmen are considered automatically through their UNR application for general scholarships. Visit the University's Financial Aid website to find out more.
This National Professional Development Grant program, fully funded by the Office of English Language Acquisition of the United States Department of Education, provides assistance to selected students to increase their ability to teach English Language Learners. Students in teacher licensure programs at undergraduate level who wish to add an ESL Endorsement onto their license may find further grant application information at http://www.unr.edu/nneli/about.
Through the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, Congress created this grant program that provides up to $4,000 per year to students who are preparing to teach in a high-needs field in a school that serves low income families. High needs fields are: Math, Science, Foreign Language, and Special Education. Detailed information is available at www.federalstudentaid.ed.gov. The University of Nevada, Reno is a partner school with a designated financial aid officer to assist in the grant process.
Details are available at http://www.nevadawomensfund.org/apps/grant_schol.php.