Good Neighbors Graduate Scholarship
The Good Neighbors Graduate Scholarship allows eligible students to enroll in graduate programs at Salisbury University (and its satellite locations) and apply for support to cover a portion of the non-resident graduate tuition at Salisbury University. Recipients of the Good Neighbors Graduate Scholarship will receive a discount equal to 75% of the difference between the graduate program’s resident and non-resident tuition rate per semester credit hour. This discount is only valid for students currently residing in contiguous counties to Salisbury University’s main campus or satellite location. This discount does not apply to online courses. All participants are still responsible for mandatory fees.
Rick Dudley Scholarship Fund for Graduate Students with Disabilities
The first Salisbury University Foundation, Inc. scholarship for graduate students, the Rick Dudley Scholarship Fund for Graduate Students with Disabilities, provides assistance for disabled scholars. This scholarship program is a continuation of the Dudley family's abiding faith in the power of education to change lives. The Dudley Scholarship provides varying scholarship amounts to assist in a variety of situations. Full-time graduate students can receive $5,000 per year for up to three years; part-time graduate students enrolled in four to six credit hours per semester can receive $3,000 per year for up to four years; and part-time graduate students enrolled in three or fewer credit hours per semester can receive $1,500 per year for up to four years. Applicants must meet the requirements of acceptance into a graduate program at Salisbury University and remain enrolled and in good standing in a graduate program.
Learn Where You Work Grant
To make professional development opportunities accessible to all teachers in Maryland Eastern Shore public schools, Salisbury University provides a grant to any teacher who is an out-of-state resident but is a full-time classroom teacher in a Maryland Eastern Shore public school. These grants reduce the cost of tuition to the in-state rate for any graduate course, provided the course is relevant to the teacher's professional duties.
Florence Simonds & John B. May Scholarship ($1,500)
Awarded to two Master of Education Reading Specialists candidates who have been formally admitted to the REED program, completed at least two program courses and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. The scholarships will be awarded to candidates who evidence academic scholarship and a deep commitment to the teaching of reading.
if you are currently enrolled in the Master of Education Reading Specialist program and meet the above requirements, you should consider applying for this scholarship.
Application Deadline: January 1, 2018
Submit completed application, via email to Claire Williams - email@example.com. Providing full elaborate responses to two open-ended questions will enhance your application. Applications will be reviewed and scholarship winners selected by the May Literacy Committee. Award notifications will occur mid-January.
Questions? Contact Dr. Joyce Wiencek, 410-543-6288 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Dr. Dr. Joyce Wiencek 410-543-6288 or via email email@example.com.
For a complete list of fellowship opportunities, visit the SU Nationally Competitive Fellowships Office.
The Office of Graduate Studies is also establishing a Fellowship to assist our student. To help support this endeavor, please consider a donation.