Cost & Financial Aid
Global Gateway for Teachers Scholarships
Navajo Nation Program Scholarship
The Laura Ann Rawlins Hinkle Scholarship helps students of Native American descent and participants in the Navajo Nation Program cover tuition costs and travel expenses related to student teaching on Navajo Indian reservations in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah.
The scholarship honors Laura Ann Rawlins Hinkle, an elementary teacher.
Recipients are determined by the School of Education Scholarship Committee. To apply, download the Laura Ann Rawlins Hinkle Scholarship application form and return it to Katie Paulin.
Overseas Program Scholarships
The Jepsen International Study Scholarship is intended to help students who want to participate in the Overseas Program with tuition and travel expenses. The scholarship offers participants up to $4,000.
This scholarship is made possible by a generous gift from alumnus Keith J. Jepson, Ed.D., and his wife Kathleen A. Dore, who are committed to fostering global understanding.
The Jorgensen Family Global Gateway Scholarship in intended to support students who are participating in the Overseas Program.
Preference for this scholarship is given to female students who will be student teaching in Kenya, Tanzania or India.
To apply for the Overseas Program Scholarships, download the Global Gateway Overseas Program Scholarship application form and return it to Katie Paulin.
Urban Program Scholarship
The Jacki Groverman Stutzman Scholarship is awarded to selected pre-service teachers who wish to take part in the Urban Program in the Chicago Public Schools.
To apply, download the Jacki Groverman Stutzman Scholarship application form and return it to Katie Paulin.