- Must earn minimum 3.0 GPA in substantive math courses required by the teacher education program
- Must earn minimum 3.0 GPA in math pedagogy courses
- Candidate must demonstrate effective methods of teaching math at the elementary level
- Candidate must submit an application in the Winter semester for consideration in the following academic year.
- The Teacher Education Council will select/recommend one recipient, based on applications received, to the Financial Appeals Committee
Growing disciples through shared leadership
- For junior or senior elementary education majors
- Must be a current church member within the Georgia-Cumberland Conference (GCC)
- Must demonstrate commitment to the ministry of a GCC church
- Must possess a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Recipients will be selected by the Teacher Education Council at Southern and will be verified by the GCC Office of Education
- Must provide a letter of recommendation from local GCC pastor
- Maximum award of $4000.00 annually
- Eligible for a one time renewal
- Must be an education major or minor
- Must have an earned GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Must demonstrate financial need based on Southern's student aid policy
- 1-3 students may be awarded $1000 each annually. Award amount will be based on the number of students awarded
- Recipients will be recommended by the dean of the School of Education and Psychology, in consultation with the Teacher Education Council
- Recipients will be verified by the Record's Office, Student Finance Office, and Southern's Financial Appeals Committee
The American Psychological Association is a scientific and professional organization for psychology. (It is commonly known for APA style.) This site includes a comprehensive listing of undergraduate psychology scholarships (type undergraduate scholarships in the search bar).
SHRM Scholarships, Grants, and Awards
SHRM provides information, research, guidance and best practices. Student memberships are available. It offers academic, certification, and professional development scholarships.
Psi Chi Undergraduate Scholarships
Psi Chi awards eight scholarships annually of $3000 each.
This merit scholarship is awarded to a junior or senior psychology major who shows promise in the field of psychology. A GPA of 3.0 or higher is required. Selection is made by the Psychology Council.
The North American Division Hispanic Scholarship Fund is designed to assist with financial aid for full-time graduate and post-graduate Hispanic students who are North America Division-based, faithful Seventh-day Adventist Church members in good standing, and whose financial resources are inadequate to enable them to complete their graduate school education.
Eligibility requirements include:
- Must be a member of the SDA church in good standing.
- Must be Hispanic and a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, Canada, Bermuda, Guam, or Micronesia.
- Must be enrolled as a full time, degree-seeking graduate student.
- Must demonstrate financial need.
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