Skip to main content
Undergraduate News

Scholarship Opportunity

We are excited to announce a new scholarship opportunity for individuals interested in teaching math or science in high-need school districts. More information can be found in the attached flyer.

This spring we are recruiting STEM undergraduate majors who will be juniors in Fall 2024. Undergraduate students can receive up to $34,000 ($11,500/junior year; $22,500/senior year) if they add a second degree in Math Education or Science Education and teach in a high-needs school district for four years after graduating. 

We are also looking for recent graduates who have received or will receive an undergraduate degree in a STEM fieldwho are interested in earning a teaching license in mathematics or science. They can enroll in the MAT program and receive up to $22,000 for one year. 

Applications can be submitted using this form by May 10th. Questions can be sent to Karen Hollebrands, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation in the College of Education at

PDF Flyer