The School of Education (SOE) administers two types of scholarship awards annually. These awards, most of which are donor supported, range from $500 to $10,000 per year and are applied to tuition expenses. Students are selected by program faculty and department admission review committees to receive scholarships based on a review of a candidate’s admission application and strength of his or her statement. Scholarships are limited, and funding is up to the discretion of each program or department.
$10,000 Program Scholarship
SOE Program Scholarship
SOE will offer a limited number of $10,000 partial scholarships for the following programs of study for the 2017-2018 academic year.
- Applicants admitted to the Full-Time Master of Arts in Teaching program for the 2017-2018 academic year will have the opportunity to apply for $10,000 scholarship.
- Applicants admitted to the Full-Time Masters in Special Education (with certification) in the area of mild/moderate disabilities will have the opportunity to apply for a $10,000 scholarship.
Need-based scholarship awards, most of which are donor supported are applied to tuition expenses. Need-based scholarships are granted by financial need and academic performance. These scholarships are restricted to domestic applicants. For endowed scholarships, the SOE Scholarship Committee will select the award recipients based on criteria established by the donor or stated scholarship requirements. To find our more, the School of Education's current institutional scholarships are listed in the annual Academic Catalog. In addition, some programs within the School of Education offer tuition support from federal and/or state grants.
The Fall 2017 deadline to submit an application for SOE endowed scholarships has passed.
Terms and Conditions of Scholarship
- Scholarship awards are granted to candidates that are offered full- admission to the SOE.
- Scholarship awards are not transferable from one academic year to the next, and the awards are not guaranteed to renew.
- Scholarship awards do not cover dropped courses. Any scholarship applied to a dropped course will be reversed, at which point, any outstanding course charges/tuition liability will have to be paid for by another source.
- Should any revisions to your scholarship amount take place over the course of the academic year, you will receive an updated Financial Aid Award Letter.
- SOE reserves the right to change without notice any programs, policies, and requirements related to institutional scholarships.
There are some circumstances in which a scholarship award may NOT be valid:
- If you transfer to a different program within the SOE.
- If you defer your enrollment to a future semester or academic year.
- If you do not enroll the term for which you have been admitted.
- If you receive a scholarship from an external funding source or if proof of need based on assets and income listed on the FAFSA does not meet the criteria of need.
- Full-time employees (spouses or dependents) of JHU who are eligible for tuition exemption do not qualify to receive SOE Scholarships and are required to notify the Office of Financial Aid immediately.