College of Education and Allied Professions Scholarship Form

Information entered will be used in the selection process for College of Education and Allied Professions (CEAP) scholarships. Student-related records, protected by the Family Educational Rights to Privacy Act (FERPA) may be accessed during the selection process.


Please note: Be careful to read the criteria attached to each scholarship/award. You will find the link to the criteria for each scholarship here: http://www.wcu.edu/WebFiles/CEAP_Scholarship_Information.doc . Some scholarships require additional documentation (philosophies of education, letters of reference, etc.) that must be submitted to the Office of Special Programs in McKee G22 or emailed electronically to:
Kim Corzine at kpcorzine@wcu.edu. Also note that scholarship monies are awarded the year following the year of application; therefore, a student is eligible to apply if he/she meets the scholarship criteria at the timing of the award. (i.e. freshmen may apply for scholarships listing upperclassmen eligibility if the student will be classified as an upperclassmen by the time the scholarship is awarded).

    Biographical Information

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    Citizenship

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    Background Information

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    Letter of Application

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    Other Application Materials

    Some scholarships require additional materials. Look at the scholarship criteria to see which ones you may qualify for and what other materials you may need to submit. See the top of the survey for more information