Scholarships 

Piles of coins getting larger with grad hat on tallest.Did you know that there are many scholarship opportunities within CSU, statewide and nationally?  The College of Education offers financial assistance to students who plan on pursuing a teaching certificate or license.  For more information on obtaining financial assistance, please contact the Dean’s office at (773) 995-3988.

 

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Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role models

The prestigious, national program is increasing the number of diverse, male teacher candidates becoming teachers in under-served, urban communities.

Benefits

The College of Education at Chicago State University is pleased to be a part of this prestigious national program. Call Me MISTER provides a pathway to increasing  the number of diverse, male teacher candidates becoming teachers in under-served, urban communities by providing: 

  • Full-tuition scholarship
  • Weekly academic support sessions
  • Assigned program mentor
  • Cohort-based instruction
  • Monthly activities with a focus on the education profession
  • Professional Educator License (Early Childhood, Elementary or K-12)
  • Social, emotional and academic support
  • Leadership Development

 

Requirements

  • Offer of admission from CSU Admissions
  • Two written essays and one interview
  • Two letters of recommendation required
  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid on File at CSU
  • High School Diploma
  • High School GPA of 3.0 or better

 

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