The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant Program provides grants of up to $2,000 per semester to students who intend to teach in a public or private elementary or secondary school that serves students from low-income families. Student eligibility for the TEACH Grant will be based on academic standing, major, and course requirements.Other TEACH Grant requirements include: Counseling & Service Agreement and TEACH Grant Certification. By signing the Service Agreement, the student must complete their service obligation, or their grant will be converted to a Direct Unsubsidized Loan.
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Elementary Teaching Majors:
Elementary certified teachers can teach all subjects, grades K-5 or Major subject areas, grades 6-8. In order to fulfill the TEACH Grant service agreement, teachers would need to teach in the major subject at least 51% of the time.
Secondary Teaching Majors:
Secondary certification allows the candidate to teach in these major subject areas, grades 6-12.
*All areas must have a secondary education emphasis or a second major of education.
M.Ed. in Instruction and Curriculum: Emphasis in Early Childhood Education-ZS
M.Ed. in Instruction and Curriculum: Advanced Content Specialization, concentration in:
M.Ed. in Special Education, concentration in:
M.Ed in Literacy Studies, concentration in:
A student can receive up to $4,000 from the TEACH Grant per year. The total lifetime TEACH Grant limits are $16,000 for Undergraduates and $8,000 for Graduates. TEACH will be prorated based on credits enrolled.
*Note that financial aid resources must not exceed the cost of attendance, so receiving a TEACH Grant may reduce the recipients eligibility for other sources of financial aid.
In exchange for receiving a TEACH Grant, you must agree to the following: