Scholarships

School of Education and Human Development Scholarships

Description

Through the generosity of donors the School of Education and Human Development awards scholarships to 50-75 students per year from more than 40 scholarship funds. Only one scholarship application is required to apply. Students eligible to apply are current undergraduates who are in a teacher education pathway, and new and current graduate students who are matriculated in a program within the School of Education and Human Development. Awards are subject to available funding and based on a number of individual criteria with specific scholarships. Full descriptions of the individual scholarships are on the cover page of the application.

Eligibility

To be eligible for a School of Education and Human Development scholarship award students must:

  1. be current matriculated undergraduates who are in a teacher education major or pathway
    or,
  2. be new or current graduate students who are matriculated in a program within the School of Education and Human Development,
  3. be enrolled in at least six credits in the semester/s in which awarded, and
  4. fulfill additional criteria, if required, based on individual scholarships, for example: residing in a specific county, be residents of Maine, or maintain a certain GPA.

Award Amount

Varies

Deadline

DECEMBER 1: Current Undergraduate Students; MARCH 1: Incoming and Current Graduate Students

How to Apply

Student must complete a School of Education and Human Development scholarship application.

How to Renew

Scholarship is not renewable but students may apply again.

Contact

Director of Academic Administration
8 Bailey Hall, Gorham Campus
207-780-5902
Disclaimer: Be sure to read the criteria for individual scholarships carefully. Most scholarships have enrollment and GPA requirements. Award amounts may vary each year and are subject to fund availability. As an NCAA Division III school, USM is prohibited from awarding scholarships based on athletic participation.
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