College of Education: Scholarship Information
Pacific Robert Noyce Scholarship Program
Pacific Robert Noyce Scholarships are available to exemplary science and math teaching candidates whose background, skills, and future career goals demonstrate the ability to meet the challenges of teaching science and math in high needs classrooms and schools.
Two groups of students are eligible to become Pacific Robert Noyce Scholars:
- Undergraduate Track applicants are Pacific University undergraduate students who will be seniors in a STEM major (Division of Natural Science), and wish to complete their teaching preparation in the Pacific Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program after graduation, and
- Career Change Track applicants hold bachelor or higher degrees in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology or a related discipline, and wish to enroll in the Pacific University Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program.
For more information, visit the Pacific Robert Noyce Scholarship Program page.
College of Education Scholarships - Graduate
Criteria: Available to full time MAT 5th Year students. Applicants are evaluated on academic ability, financial need, and teaching potential. Special consideration is given to those pursuing certification in high need areas such as mathematics and science and to bilingual candidates.
Approximately 30 scholarships are awarded annually between the Forest Grove and Eugene campuses. Scholarship awards average $2,000.
To apply, complete the Dean's Scholarship Application Form
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-352-1435 (toll free 877-722-8648 ex. 1435).
Pacific University Scholarships - Undergraduate
For information on Pacific University undergraduate scholarships and financial aid, contact the Financial Aid office at 503-352-2222 (toll free 877-722-8648 ext. 2222) or email@example.com
Other Scholarship Opportunities
- Oregon PTA
- Kappa Delta Pi
- Oregon Student Assistance Commission
- Knowles Science Teaching Foundation Teaching Fellowships
- Alpha Delta Kappa/Harriet Simmons Scholarship
- Barbara Lotze Scholarships for Future Teachers (physics)
Federal Financial Aid
For more information, see the College of Education Financial Aid page.