SOE Scholarships

The School of Education offers several competitive scholarships, only open to SOE students. Approximately 15% of School of Education students will receive tuition credits or monetary awards through one of these scholarships

Students are required to apply specifically for School of Education scholarships (they are not included in the admissions application process). The application requires a transcript, personal statement, resume, and three current letters of support. Applications must be completed and submitted by January 15 of each year for consideration for the following academic year.

Online Scholarship Application

For information regarding these scholarship opportunities contact:
Angela Flanagan, Scholarship Coordinator
250 Huntington Hall
315.443.4754

Available Scholarships

Blumin Family Scholarship
The scholarship created by Marlene Blumin and her family provides support to a graduate student enrolled in the School of Education with a preference given to a student majoring in literacy, special education and/or a focus on learning disabilities.

Board of Visitors Scholarship
Created by the School of Education's Board of Visitors, a group of active alumni, parents and friends; this scholarship provides financial assistance to graduate students enrolled in all programs and studies at the School of Education on the basis of merit and/or need.

Burton Blatt Scholarship
This scholarship is open to both undergraduate and graduate students at the School of Education. Applicants are chosen both for merit and financial need with preference given to a minority candidate.

Dr. Barbara Irvine Shineman Endowed Scholarship
This scholarship is open to graduate students at the School of Education who have completed their course of studies at State University of New York at Oswego.

Graduate School Scholarship
This scholarship is open to all graduate students at the School of Education.

Gula M. Moench Grad. Fellowship in Education
This scholarship is open to any full-time female graduate student from New Jersey and or Maryland. Other graduate student applicants will be considered if NJ or MD residents do not apply or qualify.

James R. Manwaring Scholarship
This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Teaching and Leadership Department and its programs in the School of Education. Applicants should be a C.A.S or Doctoral student.

Linda Hoenig Scholarship
This scholarship was created by the Laura and Ronald H. Hoenig Foundation. It provides support to a graduate student who is pursuing a career in teaching elementary or secondary education. Preference will be given to a student who has prior classroom teaching experience through the School of Education or a similar teaching program.

Lynne Langberg Stybel Scholarship
This scholarship perpetuates the memory of Lynn Langberg Stybel by assisting graduate students enrolled in the School of Education. It is awarded on the basis of merit and/or need.

Margaret J. Early Graduate Scholarship
In honor of Dr. Margaret J. Early, a distinguished faculty member in the Reading & Language Arts department for three decades, this scholarship provides financial assistance to a deserving graduate student or students in English Education, Literacy Education, Reading Education, or Teaching English Language Learners. Preference will be given to students from racial and/or linguistic backgrounds that are under-represented in teaching or to students dedicated to working with such populations.

Margaret P. Stafford Traditions Scholarship
This scholarship is open to graduate students in the School of Education.

Marshall M. Gelfand Special Education Scholarship
This scholarship is open to graduate students in Special or Inclusive Education in the Teaching and Leadership Department with a preference for those working with students with learning disabilities.

Peter B. Mosenthal Graduate Scholarship Fund
This scholarship is for graduate students in the Reading and Language Arts Department at the School of Education with preference given to a minority student, or a student from a rural area, or a student dedicated to working with such populations. An applicant for this award is required to submit an essay with his/her application. The essay will address the applicant's experience in working with minority and/or rural populations and his/her career interests and goals. The essay should be no longer than two type-written pages with standard font size and margins.

Roland & Barbara Cook Scholarship for Teacher Education
This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Teaching Preparation Program in the Teaching and Leadership Department at the School of Education.

School of Education Dean's Scholarship
This scholarship is open to graduate students at the School of Education.

Shelley Baum Schechtman-Jacobson Scholarship
This scholarship perpetuates the memory of Shelley Baum Schectman-Jacobson. It supports a graduate student at the School of Education.

Steven Apter Endowed Scholarship Fund
This scholarship is open to graduate students involved in teaching troubled students; and/or graduate student from another discipline involved in work with troubled students.

William M. Millard Instructional Technology Grad. Scholarship

This scholarship is open to graduate students in the Instructional Design Development and Evaluation Department at the School of Education