College of Education Scholarships
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 (School of Natural Sciences) and wish to complete their teaching preparation in the Pacific Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program after graduation.
- 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.
Learn more about the Pacific Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.
Irene Holland Annual Scholarship
The Irene Holland Annual Scholarship is available to an undergraduate junior or senior majoring in education or a related field with the intent of becoming an educator. Preference is given to students interested in pursuing physical education and/or coaching. Applicants must have demonstrated financial need and be in good academic standing. The scholarship is renewable through Pacific’s Master of Arts in Teaching program.
Ankeny Endowed Scholarship
The Ankeny Endowed Scholarship is available to an underrepresented teaching candidate studying to teach pre-K through eighth grade. Priority is given to candidates with undergraduate GPAs of 3.5 and above, those with economic need, and members of underrepresented groups in early childhood and elementary education.
Henry Kaulia Annual Scholarship
The Henry Kaulia Annual Scholarship is available to a student from Hawai‘i, with preference given to a Leeward Oahu student, who has demonstrated financial need. Students who are entering their junior or senior year majoring in education and learning, or those with an interest in becoming an educator, are eligible. Recipients are chosen by the Office of Financial Aid and the scholarship is renewable through Pacific’s MAT program.
Schmiedeke-Cox Annual Scholarship
The Schmiedeke-Cox Annual Scholarship is available to transfer students interested in an education career. The scholarship is awarded based on need and merit and us renewable through undergraduate and graduate studies.
Doc Roberts Endowed Scholarship
The Doc Roberts Endowed Scholarship is available to a student enrolled in a science, technology, engineering or math field with an interest in teaching science and/or math. Students with financial need have preferences, but the scholarship may be awarded on merit.
Touch the Future Endowed Scholarship
The Touch the Future Endowed Scholarship is awarded to Latino students who have demonstrated financial need and academic promise. The scholarship is primarily awarded to students who want to enroll at Pacific for teacher training, but it supports any higher education endeavor for eligible students.