• Graduate Program Scholarships

    Hamline’s School of Education offers a variety of ways for you to finance your graduate degree, including scholarships, grants, and alumni discounts.
      

    Initial Licensure/MA in Teaching Scholarships and Funding

    Students enrolled in the Master of Art in Teaching program that are seeking initial licensure to become a teacher may be eligible for the following grant, scholarship, and fellowship programs:

    Academic Merit Scholarships

    $1,500–$2,500

    New students in the master’s in education, natural sciences and environmental education, literacy education, or teaching english to speakers of other languages programs who possess outstanding records of achievement are eligible to apply for academic merit scholarships.

    Get more information and apply for scholarship.
      

    Leadership Scholarships

    $1,500–$2,500

    New students demonstrating exceptional records of leadership accomplishments and potential areas for further growth and leadership are eligible to apply for leadership scholarships. Students must enroll in the master’s in education, natural sciences and environmental education, literacy education, or teaching english to speakers of other languages programs.

    Get more information and apply for scholarship.
      

    Learning Partnership Discount

    Employees of our Learning Partners receive a 10% discount on tuition and a waiver of application and processing fees when newly enrolled in the Master of Arts in Teaching/Initial Licensure program or the Master of Arts in Education. Apply for this discount when applying for admission.

    To learn more if you qualify, see our list of learning partners and eligibility requirements.
      

    T.E.A.C.H. Grant - for Master’s Degree Students

    The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants to master’s degree students who intend to teach full-time in high-need subject areas for at least four years at schools that serve students from low-income families. Students enrolled in TEACH Grant-approved programs may receive up to $8,000 for graduate study. You can visit the Federal Student Aid TEACH Grant website for more information about the TEACH Grant Program. You may also contact Hamline's Financial Aid office for more information.
      

    Alumni Discounts

    Hamline alumni are eligible to receive a 10 percent tuition discount when they enroll in any School of Education master’s or doctorate program.

    School of Education students who enroll in a postbaccalaureate certificate or licensure program are eligible to receive a $25 per credit discount (this does not apply to student teaching).

    Note: Hamline University and the School of Education offer several scholarship and discount opportunities to help with the cost of tuition. Some graduate scholarships and discounts may not be combined.
      

    Financial Aid

    Contact the Office of Financial Aid on questions about using scholarships and other assistance toward financing your education.