Noyce Scholarship Program
Scholarships for STEM Majors
Contact Dr. Steve Robinson and Dr. Holly Anthony, co-directors of the TTU STEM Majors for Rural Teachers (SMaRT) - Noyce Scholarship Program to discuss scholarship details and answer questions. TTU SMaRT, a Robert Noyce Scholarship program is funded by the National Science Foundation. Please note: only U.S. citizens or permanent residents are eligible for Noyce scholarships.
What's in it for you?
- Want to receive support from the TTU - SMaRT scholarship program while working on your STEM-related degree and obtaining licensure to teach high-school Math, Physics, or Chemistry?
- Would you like to receive scholarship support of $12,250 per year for up to three years while completing your degree and obtaining a teaching license?
- Would you like to earn up to $3,600 with an internship at TTU’s Millard Oakley STEM Center?
- What are your next steps? Check out the program steps & requirements on the left navigation tab.
- Not sure you want to teach? Want to earn up to $2,000 in Early Teaching Experience while deciding if a career in teaching is right for you?
- Apply using the application links below for Noyce Scholarship and Early Teaching Experience.
About TTU - STEM Majors for Rural Teaching
Eligible Majors Include:
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
About the National Science Foundation & the Noyce Scholarship
The National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program supports talented science, technology, engineering, and mathematics majors who want to become K-12 mathematics and science teachers.
The program funds institutions of higher education to support scholarships, stipends, and programs for students who commit to teaching in high-need K-12 school districts.
Contacts for TTU - SMaRT Program
Dr. Steve Robinson
Department of Physics
TTU - SMaRT Program Director
Bruner Hall, Room 227
Department of Curriculum & Instruction
TTU - SMaRT Program Co-Director
Bartoo Hall, Room 205
TTU SMaRT - Noyce Scholarship Program Grant Facilitator
Ray Morris Hall, Room 113