209 Carothers Hall
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32312-4482
Phone : (850) 644-1935
Fax : (850) 645-8902
Offices and Programs
Student Financial Support
Junior and Seniors who are enrolled in the FSU-Teach program may apply for up to two years of support from the National Science Foundation through the Robert Noyce Scholarship Program. Each one-year award of $12,000 carries a requirement to teach for two years in a high-needs school district, which is defined as one where at least half the students are eligible for reduced lunches, a third of teachers are out of field, and 15% of teachers are leaving annually over the last three years. For more information click here.
The FSU-Teach program has funding from the National Math and Science Initiative to fund scholarships for $4000 a semester for up to two semesters. The scholarships are primarily need-based, but academic record is also considered. For an application, click here. Currently, funding for the NMSI scholarships is on hold until Spring 2014 semester, but we are anticipating new sources of funding that may replace them.
Federal Financial Aid:
Federal financial aid for students majoring in many of the sciences and mathematics. For more info click here.
The TEACH Grant program was created to assist in the development and recruitment of teachers for high need programs in public or private elementary or secondary schools that serve low income families. Receive up to $4000 annually for full-time enrollment. For more info click here.
FSU-Teach offers paid math/science/education internships to students committed to completing the program. These internships are in settings that allow students to build on their formal course experiences.
Applying for an internship: