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Justus Beach Scholarship (2000)

  • Provides funds to assist students from economically and educationally disadvantaged backgrounds who are enrolled in one of the University's teacher preparation programs.  Under-represented youth from low and moderate income families in which neither parent has earned a four-year college degree are strongly encouraged to apply.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Thomasina Arena Scholarship (2004)

  • Provides support for full-time undergraduate students enrolled in any program leading to teacher certification in Connecticut.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Pauline M. Alt Teacher Education Scholarship (2020)

  • Provides support for a full-time matriculated undergraduate student at CCSU with 30 hours of earned academic credit and a minimum 3.25 cumulative grade point average.  Preference will be given to students who are majoring in elementary education.   Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Special Application Instructions:

Applicants shall submit an essay not to exceed 500 words on the topic:  "The Role of Conflict Resolution in Promoting Global Understanding and Peace".

John Zubretsky, Sr. Scholarship (2140)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in an academic program leading to public school science teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Class of 1940 Scholarship (2210)

  • Provides scholarship support for juniors or seniors in good academic standing in any teacher preparation program.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Esther M. Clarke/Mildred L. Clarke Scholarship (2220)

  • Provides scholarship support for students in the School of Education's Elementary Education teacher preparation program who have completed their sophomore year with a minimum grade point average of 3.0.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Class of 1953 Scholarship (2230)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in any of the University's academic programs leading to public school teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Class of 1954 Scholarship (2231)

  • Undergraduate student preparing for a career in teaching education with an overall grade point average of 3.0 at the end of the sophomore year of study (60 semester hours).   Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Frances E. Librera Scholarship (2235)

  • Provides support for students majoring in Physical Education and Human Performance.   Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Sidney L Cramer & Beatrice Kovner Cramer Scholarship (2295)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in any of the University's academic programs leading to public school teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Ann C. Denault Scholarship (2305)

  • Provides support for students majoring in early childhood education who have graduated from Crosby High School, Waterbury, Connecticut.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Ruth Schlichting Kossyta Scholarship (2330)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students who are preparing for careers in elementary or secondary school teaching.   Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

M. DeLott Garber Scholarship (2350)

  • Provides scholarship support for juniors education majors with a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average.  Evidence of need may be considered at the discretion of the faculty.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Frank and Cecile Fiederlein Scholarship (2359)

  • Provides scholarships for full-time matriculated undergraduate students who are enrolled at CCSU in any program leading to public school teacher certification.  Students shall be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Geary Memorial Scholarship (2360)

  • Provides scholarship support to sophomores enterning the junior year majoring in Elementary Education or Special Education and sophomores entering the junior year majoring in Engineering Technology.  Minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average required for eligibility.   Elementary Education and Special Education applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Arthur & Catherine Kevorkian Scholarship (2418)

  • Provides support for students who are preparing for careers in teaching at the elementary or secondary school levels.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Paul Jones Fund (2480) [Nursing]

  • Provides  support for matriculated students enrolled in the Nursing program.  Applications for this scholarship are not accepted.  Recipients are nominated by the Nursing Department faculty.

Lester Levine Scholarship (2610)

  • Provides support for juniors or seniors majoring in education at Central Connecticut State University who hold a minimum cumulative average of 2.5.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Florence Widger Lohse Scholarship (2620)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in any of the University's academic programs leading to public school teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

James A. & Mary Hayes Lord Scholarship (2640)

  • Provides scholarship support for full-time juniors or seniors in the School of Education and Professional Studies and the School of Engineering and Technology at Central Connecticut State University who have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average.  Applicants in the School of Education and Professional Studies must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

William McInerney/Class of '38 Scholarship (2690)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in any of the University's academic programs leading to public school teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Francis J. Rio Scholarship (2800)

  • Provides support for a full-time, junior level, undergraduate student with the highest cummulative GPA studying for a degree leading to public school teacher certification in the natural sciences.  Applicants shall be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Graciette Maria Simao Rosa Scholarship (2819)

  • Provides support for students enrolled in any of the University's teacher preparation programs.  Applicants shall be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.  Preference will be given to students of Portuguese descent.

Paul J. Sorbo Jr. Scholarship (2827)

  • Provides support for incoming first-year students who have been accepted for admission to the University in the fall semester following their graduation from Windsor High School.  Applicants are expected to pursue a degree leading to certification in any of the University's teacher preparation programs.

William & Josephine (Bertino) Tansey Scholarship (2830) [Math Education]

  • Provides support for full-time juniors or seniors majoring in mathematics-education (mathematics teacher preparation).  Priority will be given to students who are Connecticut residents though students from other states are eligible to receive this scholarship.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

Charles Petitjean Scholarship (9318)

  • Provides support for undergraduate students enrolled in any of the University's academic programs leading to public school teacher certification.  Applicants must be accepted to the Professional Program leading to certification as a precondition for eligibility.

 

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