College of Education Advisory Board Scholarship Fund
Dr. Anthony J. Amato Scholarship for Future Educators
Dr. Dorothy S. Laird & E.G. Carel Endowed Scholarship Fund
Dr. Gay S. Voss Scholarship
Dr. Gay S. Voss Scholarship is available to help individuals earn a college degree, an advanced degree and/or teacher certification through coursework taken in our College of Education.
Deserving current and former faculty and staff of the Rolling Green Elementary School, as well as former students;
Faculty and staff at Crosspointe Elementary School;
Faculty and staff at the Addison Mizner School.
Dr. Hoang Tran Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship honors Dr. Hoang Vu Tran, Assistant Professor in FAU College of Education.
Graduate and undergraduate COE students with a commitment to teaching and working with students through examining issues of racial inequality, educational access, and fulfilling the Civil Rights promise of education. Minimum requirements include:
3.0 or higher GPA;
One-page essay describing commitment to academic excellence in global/multicultural education, policy studies, educational equity, and/or social justice pedagogy in Pre-K- 12 education;
Two letters of recommendation which address the applicant’s commitment to educational equity and justice-oriented pedagogy.
Preference will be given to first generation college students.
For the full scholarship description and criteria, visit https://www.fau.edu/education/students/scholarships/hoang-tran-memorial-scholarship/
Henry and Albertha McKoy Endowed Scholarship
Undergraduate and graduate teacher education students. Preference will be given to Jamaican or other West Indian immigrant students or children of Jamaican or other West Indian parents. Scholarship awards will be made on the basis of academic performance and demonstrated financial need*.
James Woodruff Jr. Scholarship
Lenny & Judy Pippin Alumni Endowed Scholarship
Mary R. Leiper Scholarship Fund
Mildred Kytlica Scholarship Fund
Richard & Shirley Pendell Presbyterian Scholarship
Shamrock Society Endowed Teacher Scholarship
The Nora Elizabeth Temple Family Scholarship Endowment
The University Club Endowed Education Scholarship Fund
Toppel Family Early Childhood Doctoral Scholarship Endowment
Available to Ph.D. or Ed.D. Students
The Departments of Curriculum, Culture and Educational Inquiry and/or Exceptional Student Education designate this scholarship to be a one-year award to a doctoral student whose research interests best meet a commitment to early childhood education. In addition, the recipient needs to demonstrate evidence of high academic achievement, and a propensity for successful completion of the doctoral program. Applicants must provide a College of Education scholarship application, a resume, two letters of recommendation (from FAU faculty and/or professionals in the field) and a 750-word essay describing their experiences and future goals in early childhood research and scholarship.
For this scholarship, applications are collected in summer for awards which begin in the fall term.
Toppel Family Foundation Endowed Scholars
W. Dorne & J. Latham Kiwanis Education Scholarship
Undergraduate students who are Boca Raton residents, graduated from a Boca area high school and has been programmed into a teacher training program. Students must agree to maintain a full-time or approved academic schedule. Must submit proof of Boca Raton residency and graduation from a Boca area high school. Please provide a copy of a driver's license or state ID as well as a photo of your high school diploma. Additional forms of documentation are also accepted.
Adam Susser Scholarship Award – Communication Sciences and Disorders
Graduate students enrolled in Speech and Language Pathology/Audiology who are involved in research and scholarly activities at FAU during their culminating experiences in the master’s degree. Applicants must demonstrate high academic achievement and a commitment to ethics and professional behavior during all activities related to the completion of the degree. A written recommendation from at least one faculty member is required. All applicants should read the full scholarship award criteria available at https://www.fau.edu/education/students/scholarships/susser-criteria/.
Katherine Dexter Treadwell Memorial Scholarship in Counselor Education
Available to COED Master's track students
Graduate students in the College of Education pursuing a master's degree in Counselor Education. Applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0. Preference will be given to female students. Student must have demonstrated financial need verified through the Student Financial Aid Office.
Donald G. MacKenzie Scholarship
Ernest O. Melby Fellowship Endowment
Graduate students on the Adult & Community Education Leaders track. The criteria for the fellowship include:
evidence of field experience in community education;
evidence of knowledge of the history & philosophical tenets of community education;
evidence of a commitment to pursue a career in community education;
evidence of community leadership service;
may not hold outside employment during fellowship year.
Harry Harmes Memorial Scholarship
James D. Logsdon Memorial Scholarship
This fund provides scholarships to graduate students within the College of Education in Educational Leadership for dissertations, which are awarded based on academics and financial need. Applicant must have evidence of an approved dissertation topic, as reflected in their having on file with the department a fully signed Form 8.
Traica Vangeloff Thomas Endowed Scholarship
Adam Susser Scholarship Award - Special Education
John E. Miklos Exceptional Scholarship Endowment
Julie Jackson Scholarship Endowment Fund
Fields Endowed Scholarship
Marilyn Floyd Federico Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Norma Gram Memorial Scholarship Endowment
Stephen H. Voss Scholarship Fund
ZONTA of Greater Deerfield Scholarship
Awarded to Early Care and Education majors
The Zonta Club of Deerfield Beach Scholarship will be awarded to full or part-time degree-seeking undergraduates majoring in the Early Care and Education program in the College of Education. Priority will be given to "Non-traditional" students demonstrating financial need, who are residents of Broward County. Recipients must have a minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher.
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