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Graduate Fellowships, Assistantships, and Scholarships

As part of its drive to enhance research and graduate education, North Carolina A&T has established a number of financial support opportunities for outstanding prospective graduate students. Click this link to learn more about the various fellowships, assistantships, and scholarships available to eligible graduate students. For fall 2018 candidates, you must MUST complete a graduate application in the portal and apply for FAFSA by Sunday, April 15 @ 11:59 pm to receive consideration for these awards.

Prospective graduate candidates should contact the Financial Aid Office to inquire about possible forms of financial support that may be available. When possible, prospective candidates should inquire about scholarships and grants before discussing loan options. Contact the Financial Aid Office by dialing (336) 334-7973.

The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant program was effective as of July 1, 2008 that may benefit eligible North Carolina A & T State University students who have the desire to serve as teachers. Recipients of the TEACH Grant must agree to serve as a highly-qualified full-time teacher in a high-need field in a low-income school for a minimum of four years. Click to learn more about the criteria for this award.

The North Carolina A&T Teacher Residency is a highly selective graduate teacher residency program that prepares graduate candidates  to earn a North Carolina teaching license. The program equips candidates with the necessary knowledge and skills to make a positive impact on young people in rural counties in the Piedmont Triad region. This program provides participants with a "living stipend" while they earn teaching certification.

Preparing Exceptional Teachers through Accountability and Collaboration is designed to address chronic special education teacher shortages in North Carolina. Project faculty will recruit, enroll, support, and graduate a total of 24 scholars prepared to teach diverse students with persistent learning and behavioral problems. Financial support may be available for the selected scholars.

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