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.
MIT applicants, admits, and students are welcome to apply for endowed scholarship opportunities. The link for the endowed scholarship application will be available in Winter.
The Martinez Fellowship is considered one of the many scholarship opportunities but has since moved to its own application process. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on applying. The funds for the Fellowship will come from a College of Education Scholarship, an MIT Program Scholarship, or an SU Graduate Scholarship.
MIT students can also apply for an external scholarship from WSSRA. Learn more about the Neil D. Prescott Student Teaching/Internship Scholarship here.
Over 150 College of Education students were awarded one or more scholarships during the 2018-19 academic year.
For the 2019-2020 academic year, the College of Education will award over $700,000 in gift aid.
Four Seattle University Counseling students received prestigious national fellowships through the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation (NBCCF). Read more here.