Financial Assistance and Scholarships

The College of Education is committed to supporting the academic and professional success of our students. Here are some financial assistance opportunities available to students interested in becoming future educators at K-State.

Office of Student Financial Assistance

Here you will find more about the financial aid process, student loans, scholarships, grants, employment, veteran's benefits and tuition deferments. Please note the K-State scholarship priority application dates for future freshmen and transfer students.


Scholarship Opportunities for Education Students

  • Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship
    • Awarded each year to four incoming freshman students enrolled in Education with a high school grade point average of at least 3.5. These scholarships are $2,500 and are renewable provided specific criteria are met.
    • Complete the Tomorrow’s Teacher Scholarship application between February 1st and March 1st.
    • For more information, please contact Roberta Hodges, College of Education Scholarship Coordinator (


  • K-State Math Teacher Scholarship Program
    A collaborative effort between the Departments of Curriculum and Instruction and the Mathematics Department. It is designed to increase the supply of highly qualified middle and high school teachers (Grades 6-12) in mathematics and provide support systems for both pre-service and new math teachers. The effort is funded by the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Scholarship Program.


The College of Education has Study Abroad Scholarships available. Please apply prior to the semester or summer you plan on participating in study abroad.




  • Educators Rising Scholarships
    High school seniors who are paid, active-level members of Educators Rising and pursuing a career in education may apply for a scholarship through the PDK Educational Foundation.


  • AFCEA Educational Foundation STEM Teacher Scholarships
    Competitive based scholarships of $2,500 each to students actively pursuing a graduate degree or credential/licensure for the purpose of teaching STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) subjects at a U.S. school in grades K-12.


Scholarships are available for Education Graduate Students

  • Questions about graduate student scholarships or the application process, please contact Roberta Hodges, College of Education Scholarship Coordinator (

  • The K-State Math Teacher Scholarship Program has scholarships available for graduate students interested in becoming math teachers.