School of Education Scholarship Opportunities

Hello students! We in the School of Education know that pursuing a career in teaching, school administration, and/or higher education requires significant coursework and field experience commitments, but that it also entails financial and personal-life sacrifices as well. That is why we are thrilled to be able to share the School of Education Scholarships. Each year, the amazing donors behind the scholarships detailed below dedicate funds in order to provide unique financial assistance opportunities to deserving candidates as they follow their educational and professional dreams! So, take a look-there might be one or more for which you may qualify!

CSUCI’s Scholarship application window for Fall 2021 is now open. Scholarship applications are open January 1, 2021 through March 2, 2021. For further information and to apply, please visit: https://csuci.academicworks.com/

The Financial Aid and Scholarships Office will contact you via email in mid-April to inform you if you have been selected for a 2021-2022 scholarship.


The Mary Postal Memorial Scholarship provides support to First Generation College Students in CSUCI’s School of Education, Education Specialist Credential Program who are preparing for careers as special educators. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 may receive up to $2,500.

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The Alex McNeill Vista Scholarship provides assistance to First Generation School of Education students who are enrolled in the Early Childhood Studies or the Liberal Studies/Teaching & Learning program; credential students enrolled in the Multiple Subject, Single Subject, Special Education, Bilingual Authorization, or Preliminary Administrative Services credential program; or graduate students enrolled in the Master of Education or Master of Educational Leadership program. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated financial need may receive up to $500.

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The Delta Kappa Gamma Society Scholarship provides support to students in CSUCI’s School of Education teacher credential preparation programs. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 may receive up to $1,000.

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The Barbara Meister Teaching Scholarship provides support to undergraduate or credential students who plan to pursue a teaching career. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated financial need may receive up to $1,250.
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The Ronald Mack Adams Scholarship, created by his wife Dr. Jeanne Adams (pictured), provides assistance to Ventura County High School graduates who are college seniors graduating from CSUCI with a degree in English or a foreign language and are enrolled or plan to be enrolled in CSUCI’s School of Education teaching credential program. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.5 and demonstrated financial need may receive up to $2,250.

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