Master's Licensure Student Funding

College of Education Scholarships

Funding is available through application to College of Education (COE) scholarships. Potential and admitted students must apply for COE scholarships by Feb 12, 2021.

You do not need to have been accepted into your program before applying for COE scholarships.

Steps to apply for College of Education Scholarships

  1. Apply to the University of Oregon, Early Intervention Program February 3, 2021.
  2. Apply for College of Education (COE) scholarships by Feb 12, 2021.

    To gain access to the COE scholarship application, you must first have applied for admission at the University of Oregon.

Funding By Specialization Area

Autism: Project PANGEA

Preparing A New Generation of Early Autism Educators

Tuition assistance for 4 terms is available to support a number of students who wish to work with young children with autism Disorder (ASD) in early childhood special education settings.

Students accepted to the UO Early Intervention Program (EIP) are automatically considered for Project PANGEA.

For more information and how to apply contact:
Stephanie Shire, PhD
Assistant Professor, Early Intervention Program/ Early Childhood Special Education
sshire@uoregon.edu

Dual Language Learners: Project INICIO

Interdisciplinary Interventionists and Clinicians Improving Outcomes (INICIO)

Tuition assistance for 4 terms is available to support a number of Early Intervention master's students who wish to focus on supporting dual language learners (DLLs) with disabilities, ages birth through 5 years.

Students accepted to the UO Early Intervention Program (EIP) program are automatically considered for Project INICIO.

For more information and how to apply, contact:
Lillian Durán
lduran@uoregon.edu

Two-Year Distance Program Scholarship

Tuition support may be available for EI/ECSE master’s students who are employed in the EI/ECSE field outside of Lane County. Students who have the support of their employer to complete the part-time virtual EI/ECSE master’s licensure program are encouraged to apply.

Additional College of Education (COE) Funding Opportunities

American Indian/Alaskan Native: Sapsikwala Project

The Sapsik'ʷałá Education Program was created by the University of Oregon College of Education in partnership with the nine federally recognized tribes of the State of Oregon. Sapsik'wałá project applicants will be required to submit information verifying American Indian/Alaska Native, tribal membership, or dependency eligibility.

Potential Support: Full year of tuition support (at in-state rate) and faculty mentor.

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