Scholarships

College of Education Scholarships

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Scholarship Timeline

  • The College of Education awards institutional aid at the time of admission and also accepts scholarship applications for endowed scholarships from admitted and current students in the Spring. 
  • We encourage students to apply for external scholarships and grants to maximize opportunities for funding. Deadlines vary, so start your search early.

Master in Teaching Scholarships

New Master in Teaching students should contact mit@seattleu.edu for information on program scholarships.

College of Education Application Information

Graduate students are only required to submit one application for both program-specific and college-wide scholarships. Students will be considered for any scholarship for which they meet the basic criteria and can receive multiple scholarships.

  • Students must be accepted/enrolled in a College of Education graduate program.
  • Students apply in the Spring. 
  • For endowed scholarships, applicants must demonstrate financial need based on the FAFSA.
  • International students (studying on an F-1 visa) and students receiving tuition remission are not eligible for endowed scholarships but are eligible for SU Institutional Aid.
  • Undergraduate students in EDLS/IDLS must have junior standing to be eligible.

Requirements:

  • File a FAFSA if you are eligible
  • Complete the online College of Education scholarship application by April 5.
  • The online application will be available on this page at least one month prior to the deadline
  • Awards notification will be sent via email and letter around mid-May.
150
Students

Over 150 College of Education students were awarded one or more scholarships during the 2018-19 academic year.

$700,000
In Scholarships

For the 2019-2020 academic year, the College of Education will award over $700,000 in gift aid.

The selection process follows Federal and State laws, as well as University policies, which protect students against discrimination based on the following legally protected characteristics: Race, Color, Creed, Religion, National Origin, Sex (including pregnancy and parenting status), Gender Identity and Expression, Sexual Orientation, Disability, Age, Veteran Status, Marital Status, and Genetic Information.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Student Receives $10,000 Fellowship

Hangatu Umar Dawud, was recently selected NBCC Minority Fellowship Program-Mental Health Counseling-Master’s.