Programmatic funding is needed to provide students participating in the Education Living-Learning Community and Community of Scholars Programs with unique learning and enrichment experiences.
The Educators Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding educators and friends of education each year. Each nomination is accompanied by a $1,000 gift. Funds help build the Educators Hall of Fame Endowed Scholarship which provides a $20,000 scholarship ($5,000/year for 4 years) for outstanding students who wish to pursue education as a career.
Donors can sponsor a new inductee into the Educator's Hall of Fame and name a scholarship after the nominee or themselves with a gift of $26,000. The scholarship would be for $1,000 per year.
The College of Education loses between five to fifteen students a year due to financial emergencies that occur in the final year of the program. The College of Education Student Emergency Fund will support students so that they can finish their degree.
For more information on the Education Living-Learning Community and Community of Scholars Program, contact:
Dr. Dionna Manning
Education Living-Learning Community and Community of Scholars
For more information on our other programs, contact:
Office of Community Relations and Outreach