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Two scholarships are awarded annually to College of Education students with financial need who will contribute to the diversity of their academic fields and departments.
Amount Awarded: $2,475 per year
Duration: Two years
Application Deadline: May 5
Criteria for Selection:
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The former Dean of Education for Seattle University and Chair of the College of Education’s Psychology Division, Father William (Bill) Codd also served as Director of the Montessori Studies Center and Director of the Reading Clinic for Specific Language Disability.
One student who is in his/her last year of studies in a graduate degree program is chosen for the Father William Codd Scholarship based on financial need and merit.
Amount Awarded: $300 - $500
Duration: Awarded in May for use by the student in the following year; may be used in the summer.
Application Deadline: No application necessary; Awarded in May
Criteria for Selection:The Father William Codd Scholarship is restricted to students of a COE graduate degree program who will be in their last year of studies. This scholarship is awarded to continuing students of a COE graduate degree program by the Scholarship and Awards Committee based on the recommendation of program directors. To be eligible, applicants must file the FAFSA by Feb. 1.
Founder of McCleary, a small town in Southwest Washington, William (Bill) McCleary was a philanthropist devoted to the cause of higher education.
Two students who are continuing in a COE graduate degree program will be awarded scholarships based on financial need and merit.
Amount Awarded: $2,200 - $2,400
Criteria for Selection:The McCleary Scholarship in Education is awarded to two continuing students of a COE graduate degree program by the Scholarship and Awards Committee based on the recommendation of program directors. To be eligible, applicants must submit the FAFSA by Feb. 1.
Dr. Marylou Wyse, an SU alumna, served as Dean of the Graduate School and taught in the College of Education. Need-based scholarships bearing her name are awarded to new students at the College of Education.
Amount Awarded: Up to $2,400 per academic year
Application Deadline: Rolling deadline
Criteria for Selection:Newly admitted College of Education students are eligible for this scholarship. Recipients must maintain continuous enrollment of at least three credits per term, with a minimum of 12 credits per academic year, and must remain in good standing. To be eligible, apply for a College of Education program and complete a FAFSA. No separate application required. This scholarship is awarded through the Graduate Admissions Office to new students only, based on financial need and fit with the mission of the College.
The Seattle University Special Tuition Grant provides up to a 50 percent tuition reduction for full-time teachers and principals in Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Seattle who are enrolled in the College of Education. A separate application from the Seattle University Student Financial Services Office is required. Students must be fully admitted to a master's program in the College of Education. The grant is not available for doctoral, pre-service teacher preparation (MIT) classes or to students eligible for Matteo Ricci College tuition remission.
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