CEHD Scholarship Application

Contact

Rodney Vaughan
College of Education and Human Development
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Phone: 502-852-5597
Fax: 502-852-1465

The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Honors and Scholarship Committee awards scholarships for course tuition each semester to a limited number of eligible students in the CEHD.

Eligible Recipients Must Be:

  • Admitted to or enrolled full-time or part-time as a student in the College of Education and Human Development pursuing a degree, a certificate, or a rank program
    • Undergraduate Student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.)
    • Post-Baccalaureate Student completing coursework leading to teacher certification
    • Graduate Student pursuing a M.A.T, M.Ed, M.A., Ed.S., Ed.D or Ph.D Degree
    • Non-degree Graduate Student pursuing a Rank I, Endorsement, or Certificate

Eligible Recipients Must Have:

  • Grade point average of 2.75 or above
    • Freshmen – Must have a University of Louisville (UofL) GPA to be eligible. Freshmen are eligible for scholarships beginning the second semester of study at UofL. Students who received dual credit from the University of Louisville during high school are eligible to receive scholarships upon admission as undergraduate students in the CEHD.
    • Freshmen (with a UofL GPA), Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students with a GPA of 2.75 or above are eligible.
    • Transfer Students – Transfer GPA from previous institution must be 2.75 or above.
    • Graduate Students – For new admitted graduate students, the GPA from the degree bearing undergraduate or graduate transcript must be a 2.75 or above. For current graduate students, the UofL graduate GPA must be a 2.75 or above.

Eligible Recipients Must Submit:

  • Students must complete online FAFSA form at www.fafsa.gov. Verification of Expected Family Contribution (EFC) will be obtained from the University of Louisville Financial Aid office;

Deadlines

  • Fall Semester: July 15th
  • Winter Session: November 15th
  • Spring Semester: October 15th
  • Summer Semester: April 15th
Please Note: Applications will not be accepted after the published deadlines

Note: if the application deadline falls on a Saturday or Sunday, it may be submitted the Monday after the deadline by 5:00 pm EDT.

2018 List of CEHD Scholarships with information on requirements and restrictions.

All scholarships offered through the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) are for CEHD students, and the scholarships may be applied to tuition only. The CEHD scholarships are distributed based on the requirements and restrictions of the donor agreements. Therefore, there may be variation in the amount of the awards that you may see on your financial aid accounts as funds from multiple donors may be combined for the scholarship amount listed above.

Due to the policies of the Office of Financial Aid office, the CEHD scholarship granted to a student may be reduced or withdrawn if the tuition is covered by other sources (grants, tuition remission, or other scholarships).

Step 1: Student: Register for courses in the term of the awarded scholarship.

Step 2: Education Advising and Student Services: Verification of CEHD major, sources of other financial aid, and term enrollment is verified. Applicants and donor agreements are matched to ensure eligibility. * Please note: If you do not register for a Spring 2019 course, the scholarship will be returned to the CEHD.

Step 3: Education Advising and Student Services: Scholarship spreadsheets are sent to Financial Aid by the CEHD.

Step 4: Financial Aid: Posts the designed scholarship amount to the student account.

Every attempt is made to post the scholarship awards prior to the Bursar's deadline for the payment of tuition each semester. If this does not occur, however, the scholarship recipient is responsible for making payment in full. Once the award is posted with the Bursar, the recipient will be reimbursed in accordance with the amount of the scholarship.

CEHD Scholarship Application

Please enter the following information as completely and as factually as possible. Many of our donor and gift scholarships have requirements and restrictions.

Ethnicity Check all that apply
Full- or Part-time Status  


Resident of Kentucky: Are you a resident of the state of Kentucky?  


Graduate of a public high school in Kentucky: Are you a graduate of KY Public High School?  


Community College or Junior College Transfer Student: Did you previously attend a community college or a junior college?  


Child of Louisville area teacher: Are you a child of a Louisville area teacher?  


Kentucky Teacher: If admitted to or enrolled in an initial teacher certification program (B.S. or M.A.T.) or teacher pursuing an advanced program (M.Ed., Rank I, Endorsement, Certificate, Ed.S. or Ed.D.), do you plan to teach in KY?  


Middle or High School Teacher: Are you admitted to or enrolled in an initial teacher certification program (B.S. or M.A.T.) leading to middle or secondary certification? (Or) Are you a certified teacher in a Middle or High School?


Early Childhood Education: Are you admitted to or enrolled in an initial teacher certification program (B.S. or M.A.T.) or a certified teacher pursuing an advanced certification program in Early Childhood Education?  


Special Education: Are you admitted to or enrolled in an initial teacher certification program or a certified teacher pursuing an advanced certification program in Special Education?  


Mathematics or Science Education: Are you admitted to or enrolled in an initial teacher certification program or a certified teacher pursuing an advanced teacher certification program to teach mathematics or science?  


School Counselor: Are you admitted to or enrolled in the School Counseling program?  


College Teacher: Do you plan to teach at the College Level?  


Fern Creek High School Teacher: Are you a teacher at Fern Creek High School?  


Previous Scholarships: Have you ever received a scholarship from the College of Education and Human Development?