January 31st for the 2018 - 2019 academic year -- The College of Education has a single application for several scholarships. Some are available to degree-holders, so check it out. The Scholarship Committee matches students to awards based on criteria. The main scholarship page includes a handy preparation checklist and a link to the application.
The Charles Butt Scholarship for Aspiring Teachers consists of up to $8,000 in annual funding for up to four years, as well as ongoing training and development opportunities, mentorship from sitting public school educators, and participation in a statewide aspiring teachers network facilitated by the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation. The scholarship is for undergraduates seeking their first degree.
The application is now open. The deadline for Spring 2018 is January 31st. Learn more about the application process, eligibility, and scholarship requirements.
The UTeach Natural Sciences program is pleased to participate in the Robert Noyce Scholarship program through the National Science Foundation.
Learn more about the application process, eligibility, and scholarship requirements.
The application for Spring 2018 is now open. DEADLINE: February 12, 2018.
Do you have an undergraduate degree in a STEM area? Interested in applying to UTeach? Learn more about the application process for degree-holders.
The UTeach program encourages all eligible students to apply.
UTeach Natural Sciences students are welcome to apply for College of Education Scholarships. Students complete a single application and then Scholarship Committee matches awards to students based on eligibility. A few of these are available to degree-holders and to non-citizens. Please apply! Here's the general information page. Check out the handy-dandy preparation check list, then scroll down for the link to the application.
Past recipients of these scholarships may have obligations to fulfill as terms of accepting the funds. Click on the links below for details.
Unless stated otherwise, all requirements must be met through in-residence hours at the University of Texas at Austin, including, but not limited to number of hours required for the award period and GPA. Eligibility requirements vary by scholarship. Details are listed in the description for each scholarship.
All scholarships awarded by UTeach are processed after the 1st class day at the earliest. We want to get funds to you quickly, but we also must comply with federal, state, and University regulations, as well as donor agreements.
All funds go through Office of Financial Aid, even for students who do not receive financial aid. If you do not receive financial aid, you can help speed up distribution by filling out a FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
Where the funds go after paperwork leaves the UTeach office depends on several variables; what happens with one student may be different for another. Here's how the Office of Financial Aid describes the process of Receiving Your UT Scholarships.The best place to start looking for the award is the Check Aid Status Here page. Make sure to set the month and year correctly for your search. Is your address up to date? Is your direct deposit information correct? If you've checked your CASH page, and still can't find what you're looking for, contact the Office of Financial Aid directly.
You can also call Student Accounts Receivable for details. Their number is 512-475-7777 and their website is here: http://www.utexas.edu/business/accounting/sar/.
The AISD scholarship will always be distributed late in the semester. Do not count on these funds to pay tuition.
UTeach does not have direct access to these funds and we cannot predict when the funding will arrive in the Financial Aid office. If you receive financial aid, talk to the Office of Financial Aid about payment options, including a tuition loan.
Reimbursements for UTS 101 and UTS 110 (Step 1 and Step 2) are processed after the drop deadline each semester. Check the Academic Calendar for the exact date.