Scholarships for Non-Education Majors

Scholarship available to full-time students who are math majors and in Junior or Senior standing. Must have completed MATH 225, MATH 231 and MATH 261.


Scholarship fund for students working toward a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics or Bachelor of Arts in Education with a focus on secondary education. Students must be working toward a BS in Mathematics or a BAE in Mathematics in a program that leads to a teaching endorsement of mathematics. Students must have a 3.0 GPS in their last 4 math classes. Student must demonstrate financial need and have attended high school in the state of Washington.


Scholarship for students participating in the National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates in STEM fields.


The scholarship is open to women in their second or later year of a STEM Bachelor’s program, with funds to be applied to their 3rd or later year of the program (School year 21-22).   Student currently enrolled in 2 year programs or taking classes for transfer credit and who have been accepted to a 4-year Bachelor’s program may also apply.


Scholarships for Pre-Service Teachers

The Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program is intended to encourage individuals to enter and continue in the teaching profession. Under this program, individuals who teach full time for five consecutive, complete academic years in certain elementary and secondary schools that serve low-income families and meet other qualifications may be eligible for forgiveness of up to a combined total of $17,500 in principal and interest on their FFEL and/or Direct Loan program loans.

Loan Forgiveness Website

A scholarship in the Mathematics Department at EWU for secondary preservice teachers who are juniors or seniors. See the EWU Financial Aid Office for more information on how to apply.

Scholarships, up to $10,000 each, are awarded to full-time college or university sophomores who are preparing to be certified teachers of secondary school (grades 7-12) mathematics.

Supported by the Texas Instruments Demana-Waits Fund.

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The EWU Robert Noyce Scholarship is for students earning a BS or BA in a STEM field and a BAE in their last two years of the program. $10,000 is available for the first year and $16,000 is available for the second.

The goal of the project is to recruit highly qualified and diverse STEM students to teach in regional high needs schools for their classroom experience. The grant personnel will work closely with students and their mentor teachers to achieve these goals.

Scholarship Website

For more information, contact Jackie Coomes at

Scholarships for In-Service Teachers

Funding from the Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB) in Washington state for current teachers to add a mathematics endorsement.

Educator Retooling Scholarship Details

The purpose of this grant is to support professional development to improve the competence in the teaching of mathematics of one or more classroom teachers. Proposals must explain the teacher(s)’ professional development plan and address how the proposed project will improve the teacher(s)’ competence and impact students’ learning.

TPD Grant Details

The mission of Toshiba America Foundation is to promote quality science and mathematics education in U.S. schools. Grants are made for programs and activities that improve teaching and learning in science and mathematics, grades K-12. The Foundation focuses its grant-making on inquiry-based projects designed by individual teachers, and small teams of teachers, for use in their own classrooms.

Toshiba Grant Details

Register to be adopted by an individual, a business, or a foundation. Once adopted, teachers receive $500 worth of credit to purchase items that enrich the learning environment.

Adopt-a-Classrom Grant Details

Teacher must be a current AIAA Educator Associate member or an AIAA Professional member actively engaged as a K-12 classroom educator prior to receiving the grant.

AIAA Grant Details

Learning & Leadership grants support public school teachers, public education support professionals, and/or faculty and staff in public institutions of higher education for one of the following two purposes:

  • Grants to individuals fund participation in high-quality professional development experiences, such as summer institutes or action research; or
  • Grants to groups fund collegial study, including study groups, action research, lesson study, or mentoring experiences for faculty or staff new to an assignment.

NEA Grant Details