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Scholarships Available from Saint Mary's College Kalmanovitz School of Education (KSOE)
All current students and admitted applicants who have filed a current FAFSA may apply for KSOE scholarships each Spring semester. Awards are announced at the end of May, disbursed after July 1, and applicable towards fall tuition. All applications will be reviewed by the Kalmanovitz School of Education Scholarship Committee. Please call Laurie Aguirre at (925) 631-4721 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Available Scholarship Applications:
Kalmanovitz School of Education Scholarship - The Kalmanovitz School of Education is a student-centered learning community that inspires innovation in education and counseling. We empower our students to deliver excellence and to lead change according to the principles of environmental and social justice.
Adria Klein Literacy Scholarship - This award is designed to support graduate level students pursuing a career as a literacy educator.
Dee Cobo Scholarship Award - This award is designed to support Kalmanovitz School of Education students preparing to become teachers, counselors, or educational leaders.
Donald J. and Helen Wood Scholarship - This award is designed to support students preparing to become teachers working with disabled children. Students must be accepted or enrolled in the Kalmanovitz School of Education Special Education Program.
Fannie Preston Doctoral Scholarship - This award (created in 2010) is designed to support the academic and professional development of an African American doctoral student in the Kalmanovitz School of Education Doctorate in Education Leadership Program (Ed.D.)
Johnny R. and Fannie Wiley Preston Scholarship - This award (created in 2002) is designed to support an African American undergraduate or graduate student who is preparing to become a teacher, counselor, or administrator.
Lee Anne Langley Memorial Scholarship - This award is designed to support students preparing to become teachers in elementary through high school settings.
Lasallian Educator Fellowship Program
Lasallian schools are established to provide a quality education for youth, with a preference for serving the poor. This program prepares educators for Lasallian schools in San Francisco. For more information click here.