Graduate Scholarships in the School of Education

2020 Scholarship Opportunities

in the School of Education

Over 70% tuition reduction for programs in teaching, leadership, and counseling.

The School of Education is proud to support graduate students starting select programs. Through a combination of scholarships, grants, and other funding, students can receive a steep discount on the total tuition cost for programs starting in summer 2020.

70% tuition discounts available for:

Clinical Mental Health Counseling M.S.

provide socially just and culturally relevant therapeutic services

A student works with a preschool child at jowonio school

Early Childhood Special Education M.S.

work with children across contexts from birth-grade 2

Educational leadership students and faculty work together in a classroom

Educational Leadership C.A.S.

lead effective, equitable, and supportive 21st century school buildings and districts

graduate student participates in field day activities at a local school

Inclusive Special Education M.S.

participate in intensive grade 7-12 field placements (limited scholarship spots available)

Mathematics Education M.S.

create innovative curriculum to foster a love of mathematics (limited scholarship spots available)

Counseling faculty and students sitting around a table

School Counseling M.S.

promote the academic, career, and personal development of K-12 students

InclusiveU students and mentors walking in Huntington Hall

Science Education (Grades 7-12) M.S.

prepare students to excel in the increasingly technological world (limited scholarship spots available)

Contact us to learn how you can affordably advance your career and impact the lives of youth through these graduate programs!

Speranza Migliore, Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions and Recruitment|315.443.2505