Financial Aid & Scholarships
The means to pay for higher education can become a primary concern
for individuals considering committing themselves to several years of
intensive study within a graduate program.
Your two best resources for info about Financial Aid at SDSU are:
FAFSA is critical because it is a common requirement for scholarships and loans.
Be sure to visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for specific steps on how to apply.
For a complete list of College of Education scholarships, visit http://www.sa.sdsu.edu/scholarship/index.html
Applying for scholarships is as easy as 1 - 2- 3!
- SEARCH for SDSU scholarships by selecting your major/credential and/or "All Majors" from the drop-down menu.
- SELECT scholarships for which you meet the eligibility requirements (listed in the description of each scholarship).
- APPLY by submitting a separate online application and essay for each scholarship.
Questions? Contact us in the College of Education - Office of Student Services at (619) 594-6320.
The California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA) South Shores Division 60 California Retired Teachers Scholarship is accepting applications. Deadline to apply is May 13, 2016.
Many organizations will establish private scholarships designed
specifically to encourage students to pursue programs leading to a
career in teaching. Examples include retired teacher associations and
private educational foundations. These organizations will often put out a
call for additional applications for their scholarships. In order to
provide students with the most up-to-date notification of available
scholarship opportunities the Office of Student Services utilizes the
College of Education's Facebook page to relay information. Please "Like" SDSU College of Education on Facebook to receive information regarding scholarship and aid opportunities throughout the year.