The University of Scranton is pleased to offer the availability of Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarships for students newly enrolling into one of the two online Master of Science in Education programs. The University of Scranton’s Master of Science in Education degrees are designed for working teachers committed to gaining the skills needed to teach in today’s ever-evolving classroom. Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarships support the ongoing career and professional development of teachers who have already made a difference in the lives of others.
The Bisk Foundation Teacher Education Scholarship program awards two (2) scholarships each session, for a total of eight (8) scholarships annually. Each scholarship is valued at $382.50 per course, which represents 25% of the 2017-18 tuition rate of $1,530 for a 3-credit graduate-level course. The scholarship will be applied to every course through graduation. The minimum amount awarded will be $4,590 for the Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction and $4,972.50 for the Master of Science in Educational Administration. The dollar value will adjust with any tuition changes, with the percent value remaining at 25%. The scholarship is in effect as long as the recipient is an active degree-seeking student. Find out how to become a student
These scholarships will be awarded to first-time applicants of The University of Scranton’s online Master of Science in Education degree programs. The scholarships awarded will be determined by The University of Scranton representatives.
For more information about these scholarships, please contact a program representative toll free at 855-300-1471 or click here to view detailed eligibility requirements.
The University of Scranton, in partnership with Bisk Education, Inc., is pleased to offer the Bisk Foundation Scholarship program. Created to reward academically outstanding students who demonstrate a commitment to social justice, the program awards eight scholarships annually — four in the Fall A semester and four in the Spring A semester. Each pays one quarter of the cost of tuition for either Master of Science online degree programs.
Applicants must submit a presentation documenting how they have made a difference in the lives of others. The presentation may be written or presented in an alternative format such as video or sound recording. Documentation such as newspaper clippings or other materials may be included in the presentation.
The scholarships, open to first-time applicants to The University of Scranton education online degree programs, are awarded to new students entering the Curriculum & Instruction and Educational Administration programs. Selection decisions will be made by The University of Scranton representatives.
Fall A – First working day of August
Spring A – First working day of December
Click here to view detailed eligibility requirements and complete the scholarship application form.
We want your application and enrollment process to be as smooth as possible. Simply fill out the form and a program representative will contact you to begin the application process.