- be a Credential student pursuing an education and career in teaching;
- be accepted into a Credential Program;
- be enrolled at least half-time (6 units or more);
- meet eligibility requirements for various Grants, Scholarships, Work-Study and Loans;
- submit FAFSA by March 2nd (may apply after March 2nd for Pell Grant and Student Loans);
- Submit STARS online Scholarship Application by March 2nd;
- apply for off-campus (private) scholarships.
- Financial Aid for Math & Science Teacher Candidates
Contact: Financial Aid Office
Phone: (209) 667-3336
- Free Online Application for Federal and state Student Aid
This free on-line application contains questions about you, your financial information, school plans and more. The site provides answers to frequently asked financial aid questions, tips for filling out the application and checking the status of your application.
- Robert Noyce Scholarship Program for Math & Science Teacher Candidates
$10,000 Scholarship in exchange for teaching math or science in a high-need school for 2 years (per award)
- Teach Grant (Math, science, or special education)
$4,000 in exchange for teaching service in a high-need school
Minimum 3.25 GPA required
Complete TEACH Grant Counseling and Agreement to Serve
For more information on financial aid incentives eligibility requirements and application process visit the Financial Aid website, schedule an appointment with a campus Financial Aid advisor (667-3336), or contact Tara Ribeiro with the Math and Science Teacher Initiative (DBH 322, firstname.lastname@example.org, 209-667-3589).