Undergraduate sophomores, juniors, seniors, and graduate students (masters and doctoral) can apply for CEHS Scholarships by completing the CEHS Scholarship Application, online. The application deadline is Friday, November 8, 2019. The form will close, at that time.
- 2015-16 academic year: 83 scholarships totaling $172,800
- 2016-17 academic year: 91 scholarships totaling $191,500
- 2017-18 academic year: 105 scholarships totaling $196,775
- 2018-19 academic year: 128 scholarships totaling $208,450
Each scholarship is made possible due to the generosity of our loyal alumni and friends, the College of Education and Human Services is able to provide financial support to our students each year. CEHS Scholarships are based on demonstrated academic merit and/or financial need. View a full list of named CEHS scholarships.
Incoming CEHS Freshman Scholarships
Incoming CEHS Freshmen for academic year 2020-21 can apply for CEHS Scholarships by completing the Incoming Freshman Scholarship Application.
The scholarship committee will match each scholarship to eligible applicants. Incoming freshmen must complete a CEHS Incoming Freshmen Scholarship Application during the application window (TBA) to be considered for these awards.
To receive priority consideration for these and other university-wide scholarships, students must complete the admissions process to WVU by February 1. This includes submitting a completed undergraduate admission application along with a high school transcript and ACT and/or SAT scores. For more information about these scholarships and university-wide scholarships, be sure to visit the Undergraduate Scholarship Office website at undergradscholarships.wvu.edu.
WVU Undergraduate Scholarship Office
Each year, the Undergraduate Scholarship Office awards over $34 million in scholarships to over 7,000 first year students from West Virginia and around the world. The criteria for scholarship awards are based on your high school GPA from your transcript at the time of application, and the test scores from the ACT or SAT. To learn more about undergraduate scholarships available to students, visit the WVU Undergraduate Scholarship Office Website.
WVU Financial Aid Office
The West Virginia University Financial Aid Office website has plenty of tools and information available to those trying to figure out how to pay college expenses.
- Estimate Costs & Aid
- Types of Aid
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Getting Started: Applying for Financial Aid
Please visit the WVU Financial Aid Office website at: financialaid.wvu.edu
CEHS Graduate Assistant Positions
Regular graduate assistants work an average of 20 hours per week and partial graduate assistants work an average of 10 hours per week as teaching, research, and/or service assistants. University tuition waivers are available for graduate students who obtain graduate assistantship positions within CEHS. The student will still be responsible for paying College tuitions and university fees, but waiving the university tuition will offset the cost of education, significantly.
Other Funding Resources
The Federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants of up to $1,880 per year to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families.
NSF Noyce Teach WV
This scholarship is offered through Eberly College under the Women’s Studies Program. The Noyce program is designed to address the need for highly-qualified science and math teachers by encouraging science and math majors to go into K-12 teaching in West Virginia. This scholarship application as well as more information about the scholarship can be obtained through the following link: http://stewartphysics.com/wvuteach-noyce/index.html
Osher Re-entry Scholarship
The Osher Reentry Scholarship will award up to $5,000 for full-time enrollment and partial scholarships may also be awarded to students who plan to enroll part-time. This program is intended to support nontraditional students who are beginning or resuming their first undergraduate college degree. Guidelines for the Osher Reentry Scholarship include: Students who are newly matriculating as freshmen, returning to, or transferring to WVU at the undergraduate level and pursuing their first baccalaureate degree; have experienced a cumulative gap in their education of five or more years; anticipate participation in the workforce for a significant period of time subsequent to graduation and are ideally between the ages of 25 and 50. Students must demonstrate financial need; show academic promise and a commitment to obtaining their degree. The Osher Reentry Scholarship is NOT intended for students who are exclusively enrolled in online courses or for international students who are visiting the US. Scholarship awards must be applied to student tuition fees exclusively. Application deadline is June 15th.
Underwood-Smith Teacher Education Scholarship
The purpose of the program is to assist West Virginians interested in obtaining a teaching certificate and committed to the pursuit of a teaching career in West Virginia’s public schools. Due to limited funding, priority is given to junior, senior, and graduate students.
WV Association of Retired School Employees Scholarship
Information on the WV Association of Retired School Employees scholarship can be located at http://wvarse.org/scholarships.html