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Endowed Scholarships

Create an Endowed Scholarship with a minimum gift of $50,000.

Named fund Minimum gift
Doctoral Student Fellowship
Provides full tuition and stipend for one student.
$1.3 million

Masters Student Fellowship
Provides tuition support.

$ 500,000
Named Scholarship $ 50,000

Or you can make a gift to one of the following Endowed Scholarship Funds...

  • Frances P. Connor Scholarship
    To support doctoral students enrolled in the Department of Special Education
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  • Lawrence Cremin History of Education Scholarship
    To provide a scholarship for a student enrolled in the College's History of Education Program
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  • Morton Deutsch Scholarship Fund
    To support students studying Social and Organizational Psychology
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  • The Gold Scholarship Fund
    To support students studying Social and Organizational Psychology
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  • Maxine Greene Scholarship in Philosophy and Education
    To support a student in the Philosophy and Education program who mirrors Professor Maxine Greene's inspiring commitment to philosophical inquiry and poetic imagination in the life of our nation

  • Carroll F. Johnson Scholarship Fund
    For outstanding Educational Administration students who demonstrate exceptional talent and leadership potential.

  • Edward D. Mysak Memorial Fund
    For outstanding Educational Administration students who demonstrate exceptional talent and leadership potential
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  • New College Scholarship Fund
    To support students in the Curriculum & Teaching department
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  • Nutritional Ecology Scholarship
    To provide assistance for a Masters or Doctoral student in the Nutrition Program with a demonstrated interest in studying the links between Food, Nutrition, & Ecology
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  • A. Harry and Shirley S. Passow Fellowship
    To support full-time doctoral students enrolled in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching
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  • Roland Delano Rinsland Scholarship
    To support Higher Education students
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  • Samuel R. Powers Scholarship
    To support students studying Science Education who show promise of leadership in the field
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  • Isabel H. Robb Fellowship
    To provide support for students studying in the field of Nursing Education
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  • Mary Swartz Rose Scholarship Fund
    To provide financial assistance to students studying in the field of Nutrition
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  • Professor Rosalea Schonbar Scholarship Fund
    To provide support for doctoral students in the Clinical Psychology department
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  • Margaret Jo Shepherd Scholarship
    To support a masters student who demonstrates financial need and seeks dual certification in Elementary and Special Education
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  • Walter E. Sindlinger Scholarship
    To support students in the higher and adult education programs
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  • Dr. Ruth Westheimer Scholarship Fund
    To provide general scholarship support
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  • Edward D. Mysak Memorial Fund
    To support students studying in the field of Speech and Language Pathology and Audiology
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If you would like to learn more about these opportunities, please click on request more information and your inquiries will be sent to Louis Lo Ré, the Director of Planned Giving who will follow up with any additional information you might require.

   

In Their Words - Scholarships

  • Tonia de Souza Casarin

    Lemann foundation
    “The view of education at TC is not just what happens in schools,but encompasses nutrition,health, sexuality and more. It was important for me to have a broad field.”
    —Tonia de Souza Casarin,
    TC’s First Lemann Fellow

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