School of Education Scholarship Information

Students in need of financial aid are encouraged to contact Webster's Financial Aid Office. In addition, students and prospective students can use the list below to find information about Webster and non-Webster sources of financial aid specifically for individuals who are teachers, or are working toward their state teacher certification. 

AFCEA Educational Foundation STEM Scholarships

This Foundation offers scholarships to students pursuing teacher certification in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

This scholarship is from an outside source and not through Webster's Financial Aid department. For more information click here.

Chomeau Scholarship

This Scholarship is for single mothers enrolled full-time or part-time and are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Teacher Education.

The Chomeau Scholarship Fund was established by Douglas B. and Susan R. Chomeau to provide a scholarship in Susan's name for single mothers pursuing an Education degree at Webster University and to honor of Susan's personal achievement of attaining her degree while a single parent.  


Applicants must be U.S. citizens and full time undergraduate students in the School of Education. This scholarship is limited to single mothers interested in pursuing a degree program who have achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.5, or higher, and maintain a cumulative GPA 3.5 average, or higher, for second-semester renewal.  

For information on how to apply please contact Shannon Frank.

Graduate Alumni Discount

Alumni of the School of Education's graduate programs (MAT, MA and MET) may apply for a special tuition discount toward eligible graduate courses (see application form). The discount is subject to application approval and is limited to a lifetime maximum of 12 credit hours.  Application Form

Kornblum Scholar Program

The Beatrice and David Kornblum Institute for Teaching Excellence makes scholarships available to teachers and teacher candidates working with or aspiring to work with students from low-income districts having diverse populations. To be considered for an award, students must have successfully completed at least half of their degree program with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more, and submit an application with all required materials. Awards of up to $2,500 are available, funding is limited so early application is encouraged. Applications are due May 15th of each year. Recipients are notified by August 1st. See the Kornblum Scholarship Application for more information.