The FSU College of Education offers over $400,000 in scholarship and fellowship opportunities – more than any other public College of Education in the state of Florida. On top of that, Florida is nationally ranked in the top 4 for lowest tuition. The tuition at Florida State is an even better bargain compared to other public research universities. You can find information about tuition at FSU here.
This page provides a central location for information on distinguished scholarships, assistantships, fellowships, and university financial aid available to College of Education students. All U.S. students are encouraged to submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) regardless of their income. International Students from select countries should consider applying for the Linkage Institutes’ Out-of-State Tuition Exemption.
The Florida Fund for Minority Teachers (FFMT) offers an undergraduate scholarship, the Minority Teacher Education Scholarship (MTES), available to minority students wishing to become teachers in Florida’s public school system. The annual amount of the Minority Teacher Education Scholarship is $4,000. Awards are only disbursed during the fall and spring semesters, in the amount of $2,000 per semester. Students may be eligible to receive the scholarship for up to two consecutive years.
Contact Frank Amidon for more information.
These fellowships for newly enrolling African American and Hispanic graduate students provide up to five years of support, with a stipend of $12,000 plus tuition waivers and other support for four years and with the fifth year support at a rate that is typical in the student’s academic program.
This is a state-wide program administered through the Florida Education Fund (FEF). Applications are available on the FEF website. The application deadline is January 15.
For more information regarding FSU application procedures, contact The Graduate School.
Florida Education Fund
201 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ste. 1525
Tampa, FL 33602
These fellowships are awarded on the basis of national competition to U.S. citizens or nationals. Approximately 60 predoctoral fellowships, 35 dissertation fellowships, and 20 postdoctoral fellowships are awarded annually.
The stipend is $20,000 for the predoctoral fellowship (per year for up to three years), $21,000 for the dissertation fellowship (for one year), and $40,000 for the postdoctoral fellowship (for one year).
This is a national competition for women at the final stage of writing their dissertations. The fellowship provides a stipend of $20,000.
AAUW provides other fellowship and postdoctoral opportunities. For more information on fellowship opportunities for women and application information, contact:
Approximately three awards per year are given to graduate and undergraduate students. Stipend is $350.
For more information, contact the FSU Center for Leadership & Social Change.
Graduate students who are citizens from Latin America and Caribbean (including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands) who have been awarded a non-duty scholarship from the U.S. federal government, the State of Florida government or by the government of the Latin American/Caribbean country of origin, of a minimum of $500 per semester, may be eligible to be designated as Latin American and Caribbean Scholarship recipients.
A Latin American and Caribbean Scholarship recipient (LAC) will be classified as a Florida resident for tuition purposes only.
More information about the LAC scholarship is available here.
For questions, please contact:
This assistantship is available for all new or currently enrolled minority graduate students. Nomination is through the department or college, but competition for these awards is on a university-wide basis. The stipend is a minimum of $5,000 per academic year plus tuition waivers. Application forms are available from The Graduate School. The application deadline is February 1.