Our UOTeach program is an intensive full-time, four term program with a commitment to economizing students’ tuition and maximizing resources. However, this significantly limits work options.
Our applicants are encouraged to be proactive and explore all available financial aid and scholarship options.
Many of our scholarships are based on financial need, so it is important for you to complete the Free Application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA) by the federal deadline.
Submit University of Oregon as your university of choice. Our code is 003223.
International students and those not able to file a FAFSA are eligible for College of Education scholarships and, while not required, are encouraged to establish financial need by submitting a financial resources form to the Office of International Affairs.
The College of Education provides a number of scholarship and funding opportunities in an effort to offer students support in pursuing their degrees and professional futures by removing as many barriers to those goals as possible.
We use one common application that will automatically enter you into consideration for any and all scholarships for which you meet selection criteria.
If selected, scholarship recipients must:
- Maintain good academic standing
- Serve as representatives of the college
- Meet with the dean, development officer, and scholarship committee as requested
- Maintain contact with living donor (if applicable)
Students currently applying for a COE academic program, but not yet accepted at the time of the deadline, should still submit their scholarship application for consideration, pending acceptance into the program. Scholarship decisions will be made prior to the end of March.
- Sapsik‘ʷałá (Teacher) Education Program (for American Indian/Alaska Native Scholars) — embedded in UOTeach application.
- Logan Teacher Scholarship Program — established to benefit financially needy students seeking a degree in education with the intention to teach in public schools.
- The ESPRIT UOTeach scholarship is a National Science Foundation funded pipeline program for University of Oregon Science majors pursuing K–12 science teaching careers.
- Pathways in Education Program is a district teacher licensure scholarship partnership designed to create a single pipeline capable of producing effective, culturally and linguistically diverse teachers support. Applications due February.
- Scholarship for Teachers available for students enrolled or pursuing graduate or postgraduate degree teaching courses. Application Deadline: varies. Award: varies.
- Oregon Teacher Scholars Program - 772 (March 1 by 5:00 p.m.) Oregon’s new program offers $5,000 scholarships to help Oregon realize the goal of a more diverse workforce. Must enroll in an approved Oregon preliminary teacher licensure program. This program was created by Senate Bill 182, to help develop an educator workforce that better reflects the demographics of Oregon students.
Estimates of costs to attend the university and information about university-wide funding opportunities can be found in the Office of Financial Aid.