College of Education Scholarships
Updates to scholarships for students starting Fall 2020 due
- All new incoming freshmen and new incoming transfer students (resident and domestic non-resident) who met the February 15 scholarship deadline and received a 4, 2, or 1-year "recruitment" scholarship offer to ISU will have until 7/1/2020 to accept their offer.
- Students who were previously admitted to ISU, completed a deferment form, and now planning on returning to ISU early (starting Fall 2020), will receive their "grid" or other "recruitment scholarship starting Fall 2020. This includes students that returned early from missions, military, etc.
- Many "auto-match" scholarship opportunities available to incoming freshman (endowed/annual funds) have been extended in BOSS to 6/1/2020 to allow students who are now planning to attend ISU to still apply for these scholarships. Students need to log into BOSS and complete the short "general" application to be considered for these. The 2/15 deadline has not been extended due to budget costs and issues with reviewing these students off of different qualification criteria from those that met the deadline.
- Note: "Auto-match" opportunities are those opportunities in the Bengal Online Scholarship System (BOSS) that don't require extra steps. Once they log into BOSS and complete the short general application they will be auto-matched to scholarship opportunities in which they are eligible (no essay or other information required).
APPLICATION FOR COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
For the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Semesters
Applications close on Friday, March 13, 2020
Students will fill out and submit one application in the BOSS system. If the application meets the requirements of any of the College of Education Scholarships in the BOSS system, the application will be entered into that scholarship(s).
- Students must be fully admitted to qualify for scholarship opportunities.
- Students must be an active “Degree Seeking” student to apply for scholarship opportunities.
- Make sure your major is current in the ISU Student system.
- All scholarships require full-time status unless otherwise indicated.
- To be considered for any need-based scholarships, you must have your current FAFSA completed for the award year in which you are applying, prior to the scholarship opportunity deadline to be considered.
- Letter of Interest – addressing why you have chosen to work in your field of study.
- Two letters of recommendation from faculty, administrators, or supervisors.
- Distinguished Teacher Scholarship requires a three to five minute video of your actual teaching methods and procedures in a classroom (Teaching must show the interactions between you and your students while doing an activities – no standing and lecturing). Video must be on a thumb drive and given to Lundy Facer, College of Education, Bldg, 62, room ED 257 or mailed to Lundy Facer, College of Education, 921 S. 8th Ave., Stop 8059, Idaho State University, Pocatello ID 83209-8059 postmarked before March 13, 2020.