Scholorships and Financial Aid
College of Education Scholarships
The College of Education Online Scholarship Application can be used for all scholarships offered by the college. All fields are required except those marked Optional. After you have completed and submitted your application, you will receive an email confirming the submission of your application.
After submitting this application, you must send a copy of your most recent ISU transcript, including courses you are currently enrolled in. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.
Letters of Recommendation:
May be submitted if you believe they are advantageous. The maximum number of letters accepted is two. To see which scholarships require letters of recommendation, see the COE Scholarship Database.
Distinguished Teacher Scholarship Requirement:
Candidate must present evidence establishing him/her as a potential distinguished teacher. Evidence can include, but is not limited to, a portfolio of work, video tape of actual teaching methods and procedures, actual lesson plans, pre- and post-test evaluations, or letters of recommendation from administrator or supervisors.
For questions or more information regarding COE scholarships, please contact:
Phone: (208) 282-2976
COE Scholarship Database is available here.
Visit the ISU Scholarship Webpage for open scholarship information and discover what kinds of scholarships are available for you!
Make sure you file your FAFSA today.
FAFSAs are available on January 1st for the next school year. We recommend you fill it out as soon as possible in order to get the most financial assistance.
The federal TEACH Grant program awards academic grants to undergraduate students addmitted to ISU's College of Education Teacher Education Program. (Some Graduate students will also qualify) Grants are available for students who intend to teach in K-12 schools throughout the United States. The following is a summary of the TEACH Grant that is available through Idaho State University.
Facts About TEACH GRANT:
To be eligible you must:
- Have a minimum of 3.25 GPA OR above
- Be in 75th percentile on the ACT or SAT OR acceptable GRE scores.
- Enroll in the College of Education Teacher Education Program (TEP)
- Must be “admitted” to the TEP.
- Must attend a class describing the grant process and meet with an advisor.
- You will receive approximately $3,760.00 per year. (Undergraduate students can receive a maximum of $15,040).
- Graduate students can receive a maximum of $8,000.
- You must teach four years in a school serving low-income students AND in a high-need field (within 8 years of graduation).
Coordinator, Advising Center
Phone: (208) 282-2783