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Please attend the SEHP Scholar's Meeting each semester for changes in scholarship criteria and availability.

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Volunteer Service Hours due each semester. (12/6 & 5/2) Must use SEHP Project Give Forms.

Draft Stewardship Letter emailed to muhammadr@wssu.edu by September 15, 2013.

Final Stewardship Letter due September 22, 2013                                                                                                                           

Robert Muhammad
Director Financial Aid
Thompson Center
muhammadr@wssu.edu
336-750-3280
336-750-3297 (fax)

 

APPLICATIONS will be accepted for:
Incoming Freshmen - November 16 - May 1

Continuing Students - February 1-May 1

*Note: ALL amounts are subject to change based on availability of funds*

University Scholarships

Bank of America Teacher Education Scholarship: Primarily offered primarily to entering freshmen Teacher Education majors. The award amount is up to $6,500 an academic year. Candidates must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.2, 1000 or above on the SAT or 21 on the ACT, or a combination of a high SAT score and grade point average. To maintain this scholarship, the student must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours each academic year, maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average each academic year, complete the foreign language requirement, and fulfill additional criteria as outlined by the School of Education & Human Performance. The Director of Admissions submits initial offers for acceptance. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. Students that have submitted their intent to enroll information and completed a FAFSA are considered for this scholarship.

Rebecca O. Bailey Teaching Endowment is for entering freshmen pursuing their first undergraduate degree that have a desire to teach in public schools. Resident freshmen interested in a major in BKE or ELE must commit to teaching in a public school after graduation. Students must have a minimum 1100 SAT score or equivalent ACT score and a minimum 3.5 high school grade point average. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Application found on this website. The amount of this award varies. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Leslie & Suzanne Baker Endowed Scholarship is available to Middle Grades Education Majors pursuing their first undergraduate degree and are fully admitted into the Teacher Education Program. These students must also be able to demonstrate leadership. These students may apply annually for this scholarship. The amount of the award varies. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15 - May 1.

Leonard Burr Book Scholarship is a non-endowed one-time book scholarship offered to a student pursuing their first undergraduate degree in the Department of Education and the Department of Human Performance and Sport Sciences. This scholarship is by recommendation only. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. Completion of the FAFSA is required for receipt of any funding.

Cunningham & Winston Family Endowed Scholarship is a one-time scholarship for freshmen pursuing their first undergraduate degree interested in BKE, ELE, or SPE majors. The amount of the award is up to $500.00. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Doris Lee Dye Scholarship: This need-based scholarship is awarded to an Early Childhood Education Major. Candidates must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA) and demonstrate financial need as determined by the Financial Aid Office. Preference is given to a non-traditional student (i.e. single mother, student over 25 years, etc.) Awards shall be for one academic year and may be renewable if the recipient maintains satisfactory academic progress as determined by the standards of the academic department. The amount of the award is up to $600.00. The application for this Scholarship is located on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Antoinetta L. Johnson Memorial Scholarship is for full-time Sport Management majors with Forsyth County residency pursuing their first undergraduate degree. Interested students should be able to demonstrate an interest in soccer. The amount of the award is up to $450. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Kennedy and Diggs Family Scholarship is a one-time scholarship opportunity for students pursuing their first undergraduate degree majoring in Elementary Education. Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average to be considered for this award. The amount of the award is up to $1,000. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Aurelia and Samuel McFadden Scholarship is available to undergraduate students pursuing a major in the School of Education and Human Performance. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Award varies based on funding cycle. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Sophia Blanks Pierce Endowed Scholarship is for students pursuing a teacher-education degree. This scholarship is for rising sophomore, junior or senior students pursuing their first undergraduate degree in any major with teacher certification. Students must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and maintain a full-time status. Students must also commit to teaching in a public school along with other School of Education and Human Performance criteria. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Isabell Samuel Tate Scholarship is awarded to an Early Childhood Education major. Candidates must have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 to earn the award and hold residence in the state of North Carolina. The amount of this award varies. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Peyton Thomas and Jannie Shaw Hairston is for full-time undergraduates in the Department of Education with a minimal grade point average of 2.8 The amount of the award varies. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Maizie Bynum Tune Scholarship is available to Wilson County, NC residents pursuing a major in the Department of Education. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Award varies based on funding cycle. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

Wachovia Teaching Fellow Program: This scholarship is offered annually to entering freshmen Teacher Education majors. The award amount is up to $6,500 an academic year. Candidates must have a cumulative high school grade point average of at least 3.4, 1000 or above on the SAT or 21 on the ACT, or a combination of a high SAT score and grade point average. To maintain this scholarship, the student must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours each academic year, maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average each academic year, and fulfill additional criteria as outlined by the School of Education & Human Performance. The Director of Admissions submits initial offers for acceptance. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. Students that have submitted their intent to enroll information and completed a FAFSA will be considered for this scholarship.

WSSU Class of 1946 Scholarship is an award up to $1,000 for full-time continuing students enrolled in the Education Department. Interested rising sophomore, junior and senior students pursuing their first undergraduate degree should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing the FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1948 Scholarship is an award for full-time pursuing their first undergraduate degree interested in Elementary Education. The amount of the award varies. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1949 Scholarship is for incoming freshmen students with majors within the School of Education and Human Performance. This award is up to $500.00 and is available to those with an SAT of 1000 and GPA of 3.0 that demonstrate financial need. After completing the FAFSA, interested persons should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1953 Scholarship an award for full-time continuing students enrolled in the School of Education and Human Performance of up to $800. Interested rising sophomore, junior and senior students pursuing their first undergraduate degree with a minimum 3.0 grade point average should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing the FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1954 Scholarship is for students enrolled in the Department of Education. Full-time students awarded up to $1,200 must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 and pursue a major within the Department of Education. Interested rising sophomore, junior and senior students pursuing their first undergraduate degree should complete the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing the FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1955 Scholarship awards up to $1,450 for full-time continuing students enrolled in the School of Education and Human Performance. Interested rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior students pursuing their first undergraduate degree with a minimum 3.0 grade point average should apply using the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing their FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1957 OFFERED 2010-11: The WSSU class of 1957 scholarship is a one-time award for full-time Education or Nursing majors demonstrating financial need. Students pursuing their first undergraduate degree must have a minimum grade point average of 2.8 and demonstrate financial need. Rising sophomore, junior and senior students interested in this award of up to $1,200 must apply using the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing their FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1.

WSSU Class of 1958 Scholarship awards up to $600 for full-time continuing students enrolled in the School of Education and Human Performance and pursuing their first undergraduate degree. Interested rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average should apply using the School of Education and Human Performance Scholarship Application found on this website after completing their FAFSA. Applications accepted January 15-May 1. 

State Scholarships

North Carolina Millennium Teacher Scholarship Loan Program (MTSLP) is a competitive program for worthy and needy North Carolina resident high school seniors who are interested in teaching in North Carolina public schools. Candidates must be a North Carolina resident, present a 2.5-weighted grade point average, and enroll as a full-time student in teacher education. The annual award will be up to $6,500 per year.

Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator.

To repay the loan, students must work one year of service as a full time teacher in a North Carolina public school for every year of funding support received. Students may be offered this award based on admissions information. Review the College Foundation of North Carolina web site for more information. Students that have submitted their intent to enroll information and completed a FAFSA will be considered for this scholarship. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP.

The North Carolina Student Loan Program for Health, Science and Mathematics (HSM) is awarded based on major, academic capabilities and financial need. Recipients must be legal residents of North Carolina for tuition purposes who have been accepted as full-time students in accredited associate, baccalaureate, master's or doctoral programs leading to degrees in specified health, science or mathematics-related fields. Students interested in this scholarship should complete the online application on the cfnc.org website. Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator. The annual award of $5,000 is renewable. Review the College Foundation of North Carolina web site for more information on the NC Student Loan Program for Health, Science and Mathematics. Apply via College Foundation of North Carolina by May 1 of each year.

Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan (PTSL) is a competitive, merit-based scholarship-loan program available to full-time students who have chosen to enter the education profession. Candidates must be a North Carolina resident. A school official such as a high school guidance counselor or principal must recommend students for this award. Recipients must have maintained a minimum unweighted cumulative grade point average of a 2.5 or better and earned a score of 900 or better on the SAT or equivalent ACT score. The annual award will be $4,000 per year for juniors and seniors and $2,500 per year for freshmen and sophomores including community college students planning to transfer into a teacher education program at a four-year institution. Students must apply each year on the cfnc.org website by the spring deadline. Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator. To repay the loan, students must work one year of service as a full time teacher in a North Carolina public school for every year of funding support received. Review the College Foundation of North Carolina web site for more information on the Prospective Teacher Scholarship Loan (PTSL), April 15 is the deadline.

Teacher Assistant Scholarship Fund (TASF) is for full-time teacher assistants that are North Carolina residents working on a degree toward an initial teaching license. These students must enroll in a minimum of six (6) semester hours and may receive up to $3,600 annually. Students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average for renewal consideration and must not be in default on any student loans. Copies of all signed documentation sent back to SEANC should be delivered to the SEHP Scholarship Coordinator. Review the College Foundation of North Carolina web site for more information on the Teacher Assistant Scholarship Fund (TASF) and deadlines. 

OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIPS

William Tasse Alexander Scholarship was established to offer scholarships to undergraduate students from Mecklenburg County, NC. Primarily for students in the field of education, applicants must be rising full-time juniors or seniors, majoring in a field that leads to a career in teaching, have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and be legal residents of Mecklenburg County, NC. Scholarships will range from $1,000 to $3,500. Scholarships are renewable provided funds are available and minimum criteria is met. Interested persons must complete the application at Foundation for the Carolinas web site, deadline is March 30.

Brown Foundation Scholarship Program-2010 teacher Quest Scholarships is for students who have been fully admitted to a teacher education program. Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Application deadline for fall 2009 disbursement is March 20, 2010. More information can be found at the Brown Foundation web site. The deadline is March 20, 2010 for receipt of the application at the location found on the website. Please pay close attention to the guidelines on the website.

Mary Morrow/Edna Richards Scholarship is for North Carolina residents in their junior year and willing to teach in the public schools of NC for at least two (2) years following graduation may be eligible for the Marry Morrow/Edna Richards Scholarship. Preference is given to members of SNCAE or children of NCAE. Other criteria include scholastic achievement, evidence of promise as a teacher, financial need, character, and personality. Applications can be picked up from the SEHP Scholarship Chairperson in 217 Anderson Center. Nominations will be solicited from SNCAE and it's advisor. Application deadline is a postmark of January 11.

Edgar and Lois Reich Educational Fund Scholarship is for native born citizens of Forsyth or Davidson County, NC pursuing a degree in Education and currently reside in either county. The number of recipients and scholarship amount are determined by the market value of the scholarship fund assets each year. Undergraduate or Graduate students may apply online at www.wachoviascholars.com. Only those students demonstrating academic achievement and financial need will be awarded. Applications are available as of January 22 and are due with a postmark of no later than May 15, 2011.

Ruckus House Scholarship The Ruckus House Scholarship is designated to assist those majoring in Birth to Kindergarten Education, Elementary Education, or Special Education that have demonstrated at least a 3.0 grade point average. If chosen for this annual $5,000 award, students must commit to teach for five (5) years. The application can be downloaded from Ruckus House Foundation web site, deadline March 1.

Siemens Teacher Scholarship is sponsored by the Siemens Foundation and designed to provide financial assistance to students interested in teaching Math or Science at the elementary or secondary education level. Students who are selected as Siemens scholars must be willing to host and direct a Siemens Science Day at a local elementary school. August 30, 2010 deadline. Applicants must also meet the following criteria:

Siemens-Teacher-Scholarship-Overview

Must be a US citizen currently enrolled as a full time student attending one of the 47 member universities

  • Education major (interested in teaching Math or Science) or Math or Science Majors (interested in teaching Math or Science after graduation)
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • Demonstrated financial need
  • College Junior or Senior
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Scholarship Amount: $2200 per semester ($4400 per academic year)
  • Duration: Spring 2011
    Number of Scholarships Available - (20) - twenty
    Those interested in apply for this one time scholarship opportunity or who desire more information should refer to  the Thurgood Marshall College Fund web site.

SMART START of Forsyth County provides education scholarships to qualified teachers and students enrolled in early education programs. Scholarships are offered to raise educational levels among child care providers and create credentialed early childhood educators and directors. Scholarships for tuition and books are provided at Forsyth Technical Community College, Winston-Salem State University, and Salem College. Scholarships are available for students working in an early childhood program in Forsyth County at least 20 hours per week, and enrolled in one of the schools above. Scholarships are offered during the fall, spring, and if funds are available, summer semesters. Scholarships are not available to students already receiving another scholarship. Contact: 725-6011 for more information. Please click on this link for the Educator Scholarships information.

The T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood® Project is an umbrella for a variety of different scholarship programs for teachers, directors and family child care providers working in regulated child care programs in North Carolina and other states across the country. Any child care center teacher or director desiring to earn a BKE certification or degree may be eligible for one of these scholarships. For more information, contact the Child Care Services Association web site.

Thurgood Marshall Scholarship (Emergency): Thurgood Marshall College Fund has established a new Emergency Scholarship Program for students who are confronted with an unmet financial need that if not met could mean they are unable to complete the school year.

  • This emergency scholarship will provide assistance to two kinds of students:
  • A student who has exhausted all their sources of financial aid, both federal and private, and still have an outstanding account balance.
  • A student who is confronted with an unforeseen personal crisis that has caused them to become unable to meet their college financial obligation (such as the death of an immediate family member, a natural disaster, pending eviction, burglary, or fire).
  • TMCF will fund up to $250 to students who are seeking an emergency scholarship and who fall within one of the categories indicated above. All students applying for this emergency scholarship must meet the following general eligibility criteria:
  • Students must be attending one of the 47 TMCF member institutions.
    • Students must be enrolled full-time.
    • Students must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  • Those interested in apply for this one time scholarship opportunity or who desire more information should refer to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund website 

U.S. Department of Energy Scholarship sponsored by The Department of Energy, will provide financial assistance to full-time students majoring in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics that are U.S. citizens. Students will also receive an opportunity to apply for a summer internship with the Department of Energy in addition to the award of $2200 per semester ($4400 per academic year).

  • Students majoring in STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics)
  • Must apply for Department of Energy Internship
  • Maintain not less than 3.0 cumulative GPA each semester for the duration of the scholarship.
  • Currently enrolled at one of our member institutions
  • Scholarships Awarded: ten (10)
    Those interested in apply for this one time scholarship opportunity or who desire more information should refer to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund website.

Wal-Mart Scholars sponsored by Wal-Mart Corporation, will provide financial assistance to black male students with an emphasis of first generation college attendees. The award of $2200 per semester ($4400 per academic year) is issued to U.S. citizens that are full-time students with a minimum GPA of 2.5. An essay is required and scholarships are awarded based on need. To learn more about this scholarship, please refer to the Thurgood Marshall College Fund website, deadline is August 30, 2010.

 

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