Student Financial Support
Noyce Phase II Scholarships:
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 Phase II Scholarship Program. Each one-year award of $10,000 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 an anonymous donor for scholarships for $1000 a semester for up to two semesters for students who have completed Step 1 and Step 2 and are continuing in the program (are applying to the School of Teacher Education). The scholarships are primarily need-based, but academic record is also considered. Click here for an application: FSU-Teach Scholarship Application. Requirements include a 2.5 GPA, copies of all transcripts, and two reference forms. Master teachers are not eligible as recommenders.
Apprentice Teaching Scholarships:
The FSU-Teach program has funding from an anonymous donor for scholarships for $500 available to students in their Apprentice Teaching semester to help with expenses associated with Apprentice Teacher (e.g., gas, clothes for teaching). Click here for an application: Apprentice Teaching Scholarship.
College of Education Scholarships & Aid:
The FSU College of Education offers over $400,000 in scholarship and fellowship opportunities - more than any other public College of Education in Florida. Eligibility requirements vary. To find out what types of aid are offered, click here.
Federal Financial Aid:
Federal financial aid for students majoring in many of the sciences and mathematics. For more info click here.
The TEACH Grant (Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education) is a Federal student grant program 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.
Peer mentors serve as resources for students who are in the beginning stages of the FSU-Teach program. Peer mentors have completed Step 1 and Step 2 and have had successful experiences in the program; they can give advice on coursework, lesson planning, FTCE, Research Methods, etc. They are also experts in the classroom field experiences they’ve had in FSU-Teach courses. Requirements to be a peer mentor include:
- a GPA of 2.5 or above
- completion of SMT 3100, Knowing & Learning
- current enrollment in an FSU-Teach course
- a plan for remaining coursework in the program
- reliable and punctual attendance
- attendance at monthly WeTEACH meetings
Download and print the application and return to Vicki Gardner in 209 MCH by the end of the first week of classes.