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The College of Education offers a variety of awards to COE students. Some scholarships pertain to students in certain academic career levels, majors, or class standings. Please review award criteria carefully before submitting your application.
Students may begin submitting applications on August 17, 2020. Applications close on October 13, 2020. These include the following:
The College currently is accepting applications. Applications close March 3, 2021.
Students may submit applications through August 24, 2020.
This scholarship was established in honor of Elsie Luhan and seeks to support future mathematics educators, with preference given to students who have an interest in and/or commitment to increasing the prevalence of, or improving the role of, women in the field of Mathematics Education. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in honor of Eileen and Shirley Stack and seeks to support future educators, with preference given to students who graduated from an accredited Chicago Public High School. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in honor of the Velasquez Family with the purpose of providing recognition and financial assistance to a first-generation college student. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in honor of Delila Mae Stewart, the mother of former College of Education Dean Barbara Sizemore, and Eleanor McHugh. The award supports students who are committed to serving an urban, multicultural community and those who have overcome personal or educational hardship. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship supports a mathematics student in the College of Education. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in memory of George and Mary Heerey Cucich and supports a student in the College of Education. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established by alumna Mary Olichwier and James Olichwier. The award supports a graduate of St. Rita High School in Chicago who is enrolled in the College of Education. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in honor of Joanne and Arthur Velasquez to provide recognition to students in the College of Education. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Rafaela Weffer, the first Hispanic and Latina professor at the College of Education. This award provides recognition to bilingual educators who have experience or interest in working in schools with a need for bilingual instructors. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established by DePaul alumna Mrs. Gloria Soiya in honor of her parents, Theodore and Theresa Krom. To qualify, applicants must:
This scholarship was established by DePaul alumna Dr. Darlene G. Larson. To qualify, applicants must:
The John and Jean Masterson Scholarship seeks to provide recognition and financial assistance to students enrolled in the COE who are in good academic standing and have financial need.
This scholarship was established by College of Education alumnus John J. Pedicone in honor of his father, John J. Pedicone, Sr., and his former professor, Dr. Jack Lane. The scholarship provides recognition and financial assistance to students enrolled in the College of Education who are in good academic standing and have financial need.
See all graduate scholarship opportunities on the Graduate Aid page.
The Student Teaching Scholarships are offered each quarter to applicants who currently are performing their student teaching. Kate Liston will communicate scholarship application periods and deadlines to all current student teachers. Special & Elementary Education (SEE) program student teachers are allowed to apply for each quarter that they student teach. Members of AUSL cohorts are not eligible for the Student Teaching Scholarship.
The university offers a Double Demon Scholarship exclusively to DePaul alumni. It provides funding for 25 percent of the tuition for a master's degree, non-degree or select certificate programs. Alumni from any of DePaul's colleges who are admitted to a graduate program automatically qualify for the Double Demon Scholarship. For more information about this scholarship, please contact a DePaul Admissions representative for the College of Education at (773) 325-4405.
The College of Education's Scholarship Connect site lists scholarship opportunities that are external to the university. All external scholarship opportunities are vetted by the Office of Financial Aid. These external opportunities can be found on Scholarship Connect under the "Opportunities" tab. Select the "External" option, or visit directly
Student Financial Accounts provides students with financial aid information, tuition payments, account refunds, and many other valuable services. Contact
Student Financial Accounts for information about your financial aid packet and for assistance requesting a refund after being awarded a COE scholarship.
Financial Fitness Program provides free services, resources, and tools to help DePaul students manage costs from freshman year through graduation and beyond.
For students experiencing extreme financial hardship, emergency assistance may be available. Visit the DePaul Division of Mission and Ministry for information on the Vincentian Assistance Fund. In addition, students facing financial hardship may contact the Dean of Students Office regarding the Student Emergency Assistance Fund (SEAF).
"Since 1888, AAUW has been one of the largest funders of women's graduate education, investing in women who go on to change the world." Visit the AAUW site for fellowship and grant information.
"UNCF envisions a nation where all Americans have equal access to a college education that prepares them for rich intellectual lives, competitive and fulfilling careers, engaged citizenship and service to our nation." Visit the UNCF site for information on scholarships, programs, internships, and fellowships.
"The HSF Scholarship is designed to assist students of Hispanic heritage obtain a university degree." Visit the HSF site for scholarship information.
"The Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois program is a teacher preparation and tuition assistance program for high school seniors and freshman and sophomore Illinois college students who have the determination and drive to be highly effective teachers in Illinois schools-of-need." Visit their website for details.
For more information about the College of Education's scholarships, assistance with the application site, and other inquiries, please contact Sarah Magnuson.
Sarah Magnuson (773) email@example.com
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