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There are eight Seattle University diversity scholarships available each year. All Seattle University diversity scholarships are awarded based on financial need. These scholarships are targeted to members of ethnic groups who have traditionally been underrepresented in higher education. Those underrepresented groups are: American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian or Pacific Islander, Black Non-Hispanic, and Hispanic. Applicants must be citizens of the United States or resident aliens. Distribution of the Diversity Scholarship is as follows:
To download a copy of the Information Sheet for the diversity scholarships:
The Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB) has funding available to support teachers to add the following endorsement:
Funding is also available for unemployed Washington certified Elementary Education teachers to add Middle Level Math and Science endorsements via Pathway II- Taking the Praxis II and completing the pedagogy assessment. This option is not available at Seattle University but is offered at other Washington state colleges and universities.
Funds may be used to pay for Praxis II exams, university administration for the pedagogy assessment, and tuition for coursework.
Funding for this program is through the Conditional Loan Scholarship program. The conditional scholarship is a loan that is forgiven for teaching service (in the added endorsement area) in a Washington state K-12 public school. The state shall forgive the loan obligation entirely if the recipient teaches in the shortage area endorsement area in a Washington state public school for two years.
Teachers who are interested in this opportunity can request an application by clicking on Request for an Application and submitting their request to PESB@k12.wa.us or mail to: Mea Moore, Coordinator of Educator Programs and Standards, PO BOX 47236, Olympia, WA 98504-7236.
Applicants who receive priority during the selection process MUST teach those subjects in Washington K-12 public schools, or repay the money they received.
This program is available through the Washington State Higher Education Coordinating (HEC) Board and application information for this year.
The federal government offers grants of up to $4,000 per year for students seeking a master’s degree in teaching. Interested students MUST agree to serve as a full-time teacher in a high need field in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves low-income students. Recipients must teach for at least four academic years within eight calendar years of completing the program of study for which you received a TEACH Grant. Eligible students must meet the following criteria:
For more details, visit the Federal Student Aid website.
The federal government offers a variety of programs and benefits to help students pay for college. You may be eligible for one or more of the federal programs or tax benefits listed on the Washington State Higher Education Coordinating board website.
There are three College of Education endowed scholarships that are awarded by a College committee based on a list of eligible students provided by student financial services in the March of the year before the scholarships can be used. In order to be considered for inclusion in the list for the endowed McCleary scholarship, a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) must be filled out by no later than February 1 of the academic school year proceeding the academic school year when the scholarship can be used.Seattle University901 12th AvePO Box 222000Seattle, WA 98122-1090Code No. 003790
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 OfÞce 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. For 2012-13, apply for the SU Catholic School Teacher and Principal Tuition and Grant.
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