TEACH Grant

This grant is for undergraduate, post-baccalaureate and graduate teacher certification coursework students who intend to teach full-time in a high-need subject area for at least four years at schools that serve students from low-income families. High-need subject areas are bilingual education and English language acquisition, foreign language, mathematics, reading, science and special education. Candidates must be eligible to complete FAFSA in order to apply for the TEACH grant, and must be enrolled in the College of Education. 

This award ranges from $3,001–$4,999 (prorated if you’re enrolled less than full-time)

Need-based aid: No

Award Amount

$3,001–$4,999

Eligibility

This aid is for alumni and new, returning, day, evening, transfer, full-time, part-time, freshman, sophomore, junior and senior students.

Application Instructions

  • Complete your FAFSA
  • Further information is available at the Department of Education’s website. Entrance counseling and the Agreement to Serve is also accessible on this site.

Submit materials to studentfinancialservices@lynn.edu.

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