UW Tacoma School of Education Henry T. Schatz Math or Science Education Fellowship
This scholarship may fund required components of the cost of education at the University including tuition, books, fees and other related educational expenses.

The University of Washington Tacoma’s School of Education offers a scholarship for those who have submitted an application for the Secondary Math or Science Teacher Certification Program to obtain an initial teaching certification.

The scholarship will be awarded to one or more students based on academic merit and financial need. Financial need will be determined by the Office of Financial Aid after submission of the FAFSA.

The duration of the fellowship is for one year provided that the student remains in good academic standing and continues to make satisfactory progress toward the completion of a certificate and/or degree.

Criteria:
Quality of personal essay
Academic merit and ability to maintain good academic standing
Qualification of financial aid funds as determined by the Office of Financial Aid via the FAFSA
Acceptance in the UW Tacoma School of Education Secondary Math or Science Teacher Certification Program

Application Procedure:
To apply for this scholarship, you must provide the following:
Submitted UW Tacoma Henry T. Schatz Math or Science Education Scholarship application form.
Transcripts of all undergraduate coursework (PDF Upload Required)
Personal essay (PDF Upload Required)

Application must be received by the above mentioned deadline to be considered. LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Email address *
Email address *
Name *
Address (include city, state, zip) *
UW Student # (if currently enrolled)
Current employer (include title and position) *
Did your parents or grandparents attend a college or university? *
Select the Master with Certification Program you are applying for *
What is the status of your entry into the Secondary Math or Science Teacher Certification Program?
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