Grants & Scholarships
The School of Education (SOE) offers a limited number of partial, need-based institutional scholarships each year. Through the generosity of donors, SOE’s Endowed Scholarship awards range on average from $500 to $1,500 per semester and are applied to tuition expenses beginning in the fall semester. Faculty committees select the award recipients based on criteria established by the donor.
Please note that the following students and groups are not eligible to receive SOE Endowed Scholarships:
- International students (non-U.S. citizens and those without eligible non-citizen status).
- Students enrolled in Teach for America, TNTP, or Urban Teachers program cohorts.
- Students enrolled as non-matriculated status, Graduate Special Student (non-degree).
- Full-time employees (spouses or dependents) of JHU who are eligible for tuition benefits.
- Students enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD) Program.
To apply for SOE Endowed Scholarship, students must complete the following steps:
Complete the SOE Endowed Scholarship Application Form. The deadline to submit the Scholarship Application Form for the 2022-23 academic year is March 16, 2022, 11:59 p.m. EST for the Doctor of Education (EdD) program and April 1, 2022, 11:59 p.m. EST for all master’s degree and graduate certificate programs. The 2022-23 Scholarship Application Form will open on October 1, 2021 to begin accepting applications.
Complete the 2021-22 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must include the Federal School Code of E00475 on your FAFSA. Your FAFSA ID is required to sign your FAFSA electronically. You can obtain an FSA ID. We recommend you file the FAFSA at the same time you submit your scholarship application since it takes the federal government approximately two weeks to process the paper FAFSA.
|Program||Deadline to Submit Application Form, Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FASFA), and Planned Enrollment Form||Anticipated Timeline for Receiving Scholarship Award Notifications||Semesters in Which Scholarship Awards Will Be Applied||Scholarship Application Form|
|Doctor of Education (EdD) Program - Fall 2021 Applicants and Admitted||March 16, 2022 - Online scholarship application and FAFSA||April 15, 2022||Fall 2022/Spring 2023 semesters only||The scholarship application for 2022-23 will open on Oct. 1, 2021.|
|Doctor of Education (EdD) Program- Current SOE Students -(i.e., students enrolled before Spring 2022)||March 16, 2022 - Online scholarship application, FAFSA||Continuing students will be informed of scholarship award decisions after Spring 2022 grades are posted in May||Fall 2022/Spring 2023 semesters only||The scholarship application for 2022-23 will open on Oct. 1, 2021.|
|Master's Degree & Graduate Certificate Programs - Applicants and Newly admitted students||April 1, 2022 - Online scholarship application, FAFSA||May 1, 2022 - Newly admitted students||Fall 2022/Spring 2023||The scholarship application for 2022-23 will open on Oct. 1, 2021.|
|Master's Degree & Graduate Certificate Programs - Current students (i.e., enrolled before Spring 2020)||April 1, 2022 - Online scholarship application, FAFSA, and SOE Planned Enrollment Form||Continuing students will be informed of scholarship award decisions after Spring 2022 grades have been posted in May||Fall 2022/Spring 2023||The scholarship application for 2022-23 will open on Oct. 1, 2021.|
- Scholarship awards are granted to candidates who are offered full admission to the SOE and currently enrolled students, who are registered in a minimum of 4.5 credits, and who meet satisfactory academic and student conduct standards as defined by the Academic Catalog and/or the student’s program of study.
- Scholarship awards are not transferable from one academic year to the next. Awards are determined each academic year and scholarships are not automatically renewed from year to year. Students must submit a scholarship application for each year enrolled, along with a FASFA form and SOE planned enrollment form, to be considered for scholarship aid.
- 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 through 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.
- SOE Endowed Scholarships are not awarded in the summer term.
- All SOE Endowed Scholarship recipients are required to write and submit a thank-you letter to the scholarship donor.
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 in 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.
- If you do not meet satisfactory academic or student conduct standards.
FEDERAL AND STATE GRANT OPPORTUNITIES
AmeriCorps Education Award: The Segal AmeriCorps Education Award is a post-service benefit received by individuals who complete terms of national service in approved AmeriCorps programs. Please visit the AmeriCorps website for more information.
TEACH Grant: Students who intend to teach in a high-need field in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families may wish to consider applying for the federal TEACH Grant. Students interested in applying for the TEACH Grant are required to submit the School of Education Request for Federal TEACH Grant to their academic advisor for approval.
Maryland Scholarships: Maryland residents may be considered for legislative scholarships and Educational Assistance Awards. See the Maryland Higher Education Commission website for details.
Washington, D.C. Tuition Assistance Grants: Residents of the District of Columbia may be eligible for the DC Tuition Assistance Grant Program. See the DC State Superintendent of Education website for more information.
PRIVATE GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
Sources of aid are available from private institutions, such as cultural groups and professional organizations. Students are encouraged to research and contact outside scholarship sources directly. We recommend visiting the scholarship search engines listed below for more information on financial aid sources.
In addition, the School of Education maintains a list of External Funding Opportunities that we recommend using in your search for outside funding. Please note that students must report all outside awards to the Office of Financial Aid. These awards are taken into consideration when determining the amount of federal, state and institutional aid for which you may be eligible.
Scholarship search engines:
- Financial aid information: FinAid.org
- Federal government resources for education: https://studentaid.ed.gov
- S. Department of Education: www.ed.gov
- Scholarships information search: fastweb.com
- Central Scholarship Bureau: central-scholarship.org
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund: hsf.net
- USAFunds Access to Education Scholarships: usafunds.org
- Scholarship America: scholarshipamerica.org
- The Sallie Mae Fund: thesalliemaefund.org
- College Board: collegeboard.com/paying
- Scholarships and loans for international students: edupass.org
- The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans: pdsoros.org
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