College of Education
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T.J. Farr Building, Rm. 202
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Dual Enrollment for High School Students
Careers and Job Openings
Annual Scholarship Deadline: DECEMBER 15
Tennessee Tech and the College of Education provide a range of scholarship opportunities for students meeting a variety of application criteria. Funding to support and enhance students' educational pursuits is available to incoming freshmen, current students, and graduate students.
How to Apply
Completing one (1) application per academic year makes you eligible for all university scholarships for which you meet the criteria.
Incoming freshmen, you need to apply for scholarships the year before you plan to attend in the fall.
Students must reapply every year by December 15th for the next academic year.
Higher Education Funding Opportunities
- Minority Teaching Fellows Program
The Minority Teaching Fellows Program is intended to encourage talented minority Tennesseans to enter the teaching field in Tennessee. The award is $5,000 per year for students who pursue a teacher certification at an eligible Tennessee college or university.
- Tennessee Teaching Scholars Program
The Tennessee Teaching Scholars Program is intended to encourage exemplary students to enter the teaching field in Tennessee. Participation is limited to college juniors, seniors, and post baccalaureate candidates admitted to a teacher education program in a Tennessee college or university.
- Math/Science Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program
The Tennessee Math & Science Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program provides financial assistance to Tennessee public school teachers seeking an advanced degree in a math or a science, or a certification to teach a math or a science. Loan forgiveness requires employment in a Tennessee public school system two (2) years for each year of the loan funding received.