The Spicer Phillips Endowment Fund for Teacher Preparation
The Spicer Phillips Scholarship and Grant Fund is a gifted endowment that can provide financial assistance for Hanover College students in their quest to become educators.
Application is made via My Hanover - Log in to My Hanover>Academics>Academic Programs>Education Program>Spicer Phillips to apply.
These funds can be requested for multiple uses and the use is denoted within the application. If you get reimbursed for expenses for urban student teaching, you are still eligible to apply for funds to reimburse Praxis exam expense. (once per exam).
- Reimbursement of the costs for taking the ETS Praxis 2 Licensure Exams
The candidate will pay for the exam and then apply for reimbursement via the form on My Hanover. Applicants must upload a copy of their paid receipt from ETS within the application. Passing scores are not required for reimbursement but each exam may only be reimbursed one time. The Spicer Phillips reimbursement application will be approved first by Administrators in Education and then by Financial Aid since students must have remaining unmet need from their FAFSA form. If approved by FA, the application will go to the Business Office and the monies applied to your student account. The student would then request a refund of that amount in My Hanover. Refund requests are processed if submitted on Tuesdays and the check or direct deposit is available on that Friday. Requests after Tuesday's cut off time will be processed the following week
Decision Point 2: Beginning with the class of 2024, teacher candidates are required to attempt the content area exam(s) in order to move forward to student teaching. This includes all content area exams - for example, a PE and Health with Mild Interventions dual certification must attempt the Health content area exam, the Physical Education content exam, and the Special Education: Mild to Moderate Applications content area exam for Decision Point 2.
Each of these three exams, plus the pedagogy exam are eligible for reimbursement, but the pedagogy Praxis exam is not required for DP 2. The Principles of Learning and Teaching pedagogy exam is best taken after student teaching is completed.
The application must be approved by Financial Aid because the awards are based on demonstrated financial need from the FAFSA.
Each test number will only be reimbursed once and is not applicable to retakes.
The candidate will pay for the Praxis exam (Panther Loans can be used if needed to get started) and then seek reimbursement for the cost.
No reimbursements may be made after the awarding of the degree/graduation date.
Licensing requires passing the exams!!
2. Assistance with the costs associated with an urban student teaching assignment at 64%.
The applicant must complete the urban teaching section of the same Spicer Phillips grant application and upload apartment lease and other documentation. Students who live at home or with friends/relatives are not eligible for this grant.
3. Other options as designated by the Hanover College Educator Preparation Program and the Spicer Phillips Fund's donor.
If you have a specific financial difficulty regarding your education requirements, please contact Dr. Bailey.
The following article explains the beginnings of this gift fund. The Spicer-Phillips family is still involved in the endowment, which now includes secondary and special education candidates. Students who receive Spicer Phillips grants are strongly encouraged to write a letter of thanks to the donors.
Students who receive Spicer Phillips grants are strongly encouraged to write a letter of thanks to the donors.
Lester Grant for Student Teachers
The Lauren Lester Grant was established as part of the Montgomery scholarship in honor of their niece, Lauren Lester Edwards '20 and provides some assistance for extra expenses incurred by student teachers who live on campus during their student teaching assignment. There is a finite amount available each year. To apply for consideration of these funds, log in to My Hanover>Academics>Academic Programs>Education Program>Lester Grant
State of Indiana Grants, Scholarships, and Stipends
The State of Indiana has several very worthwhile scholarships for future teachers - go to http://www.in.gov/che/4498.htm
TheNext Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarshipprovides 200 high-achieving high school and college students the opportunity to earn a renewable scholarship up to four academic years. Students must agree in writing to teach in Indiana for five consecutive years.
Application Procedures and Requirements
Applications for the following academic year: Applications Accepted from September 1 - November 30 each year
TheEarline S. Rogers Student Teaching Stipend for Minoritiesis available for minority students (defined as black and Hispanic individuals) who will participate in student teaching or a school administration internship. Students must agree in writing to apply for teaching positions in Indiana and, if hired, teach in Indiana for at least three years.
Application Deadline for FALL is September 30
Application for SPRINGis open October 1 - December 31, 2018
TheStudent Teaching Stipend for High-Need Fieldsis available for students who plan to teach in a high-need field (defined as middle or high school level mathor science, or special education) who will participate in student teaching. Students must agree in writing to apply for teaching positions in Indiana and, if hired, teach in Indiana for at least three years.
Application Deadline forFall is September 30
Application for Spring isOctober 1 - December 31
TheWilliam A. Crawford Minority Teacher Scholarshipis available to minority students (defined as black and Hispanic individuals) who intend teach in Indiana. Students must agree in writing to apply for teaching positions in Indiana and, if hired, teach in Indiana for at least three years.
Application Open October 1 through August 31 annually
If you have any questions aboutthesefinancial aid programs, please feel free to reach out to us atNextTeacher@che.in.gov.
The Empowered Future Teachers Scholarship
Education.com's Empowered Future Teachers Scholarshipaims to make an impact in the lives of aspiring teachers in America. Twice per year, we award a teaching student with a $10,000 scholarship to further their educational goals. To apply, students must meet the following eligibility requirements:
·Deadlines: June 30th and January 1st every year
·Must be enrolled in an Education-related major (see scholarship page for details)
·Must be pursuing a career as a preschool through 5th grade teacher (any discipline)
·Must be enrolled at an accredited 2-year, 4-year, or technical/vocational college or university in the United States
·Open to college undergraduates, graduate students, and professional students
·Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident
·Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
Education.com'sBuilding the Future Scholarship program supports those who have economic or diversity struggles because we understand the need for a diverse classroom to create a stronger community. Twice per year, we will award two talented aspiring early childhood education teachers with a $5,000 scholarship each towards their educational expenses. To apply, students must meet the following eligibility requirements:
·Must be a low income student or student from an underrepresented group
·Must be pursuing a career as a preschool-5th grade teacher (any discipline)
·Must be enrolled at an accredited 2-year, 4-year, or technical/vocational college or university in the US
·Open to college undergraduates
·Must be enrolled in an Education-related major (see scholarship page for details)
·Must be a United States citizen or Permanent Resident
·Open to students from all states
·Scholarship winner must provide an official transcript for enrollment verification
You can find more detailed information on our scholarship awards here:https://www.education.com/scholarships/
The Indiana Retired Teachers Scholarship
The Indiana Retired Teachers Foundation (IRTA) $2000 scholarship is available to current sophomores and juniors accepted into the education program of an Indiana college or university. The application for this scholarship is available here -- https://www.retiredteachers.org/index.php/foundation/scholarships. Guidelines and additional information are listed on the application's coversheet. The applicant must be sponsored by an IRTA member.There are over 20,000 IRTA members.
The Donald Mount Scholarship
The Mount family has been a wonderful and generous benefactor of the Hanover Education Program. In addition to the building, furniture, and technology upgrades in Newby Hall financed by the late Don Mount '50 (in memory of his wife, Fern), the Mounts also endowed a scholarship for future teachers at Hanover College. Please inquire about this via the Financial Aid Office. These are gifts that will keep giving for generations to come and we are proud to honor this fine gentleman's memory with a plaque and portrait in Newby Hall. Mr. Mount was injured in WWII and attended Hanover College afterward. He never forgot the kindness of the people who made it possible for him to get a degree and enjoy a successful career after Hanover.
The late Mr. Donald Mount '50 is pictured above shaking hands with former President, Dr. Sue DeWine on September 6, 2012, when Hanover College dedicated the Technology Lab and Model Classroom from his gift. Mount chose the education building because many of Fern Mount's family were teachers and continue to become teachers today.
Other Scholarships for Future Teachers
The Davies-Jackson Scholarship at St. John's College (University of Cambridge) England
Learn More - Indiana's Next Generation Teacher Scholarship
Indiana Minority Teacher/Special Education Services Scholarships
American Montessori Society
Indiana Teachers Association Scholarships
Teacher.org Scholarships and Grants
McDonald's "Archways to Opportunity"
Study.com Scholarship for Indiana Students
What are the course load requirements to maintain eligibility for financial aid at Hanover College? ›
* Student must complete 24 credit hours (6 course units) per year to maintain eligibility for state aid and 30 credit hours (7.5 course units) to get higher award in future years.
Graduate school scholarships are available through organizations, companies, states, and more. They can be need-based or merit-based, but you have to apply for them. Grants for graduate school are like scholarships in that you don't have to pay them back.Is Hanover early action binding? ›
Early Admission (non-binding): Candidates whose applications are complete by December 1 will be notified of the college's admission decision by December 20 (Some applicants may be deferred to the Regular Admission period in order for the college to receive additional information).Is Hanover College expensive? ›
For the 2022-23 academic year, Hanover's tuition is $40,681 and total costs, including room, board and other associated student fees, is $54,382.What is the required GPA to maintain financial aid? ›
Typically, you'll need to keep up a GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, or at least a C average. Your financial aid office can tell you exactly what GPA qualifies as satisfactory at your school. If your grades dip below this standard, you could lose your financial aid.How many classes do you have to take to get fafsa? ›
You must enroll in at least 6 credits for your financial aid to disburse to your student account. Your financial aid may be adjusted if you do not enroll full-time. Enrollment for financial aid purposes is measured after the deadline to add classes each quarter.What qualifies you for a scholarship? ›
One of the most common requirements for scholarships is academic achievement. Organizations typically assess your academic achievements by looking at your GPA, the classes you took, and your performance on standardized tests (like the SAT or ACT). These credentials show how well you have performed in academics so far.Do I have to pay FAFSA back? ›
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This free application form is used to apply for federal student aid, as well as financial aid from state governments and most colleges and universities. FAFSA is not the financial aid itself, so you do not have to pay it back.Does FAFSA give grants for graduate school? ›
This form, commonly known as the FAFSA, is used to determine your eligibility for financial aid including grants, work-study, and loans. The FAFSA covers financial aid for graduate school as well as for undergraduate school. Filing the FAFSA as a graduate student is similar to completing it as an undergraduate.Can you get rejected from early action? ›
If the school feels that you application isn't competitive, then it's possible to receive a rejection at the ED/EA stage of the process. That being said, most applicants who do not qualify for EA/ED are deferred rather than rejected.
Does early action raise your chances? ›
Generally speaking, early action programs do not significantly increase your child's odds of getting into colleges, especially at highly selective schools. They simply allow your child to find out sooner whether or not they've gotten in.
For many students, one of the main appeals of applying early is receiving an admission decision earlier, typically by December or January. The admission rates in the early application pool also tend to be higher, even though the pool is typically more competitive than the regular round.Which College has the richest student? ›
- Harvard University 17,660.
- Stanford University 7,972.
- University of Pennsylvania 7,517.
- Columbia University 5,528.
- New York University 5,214.
- Northwestern University 4,354.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4,089.
- Yale University 3,654.
|Institution||State||Endowment (billions USD (2021))|
|University of Texas System||Texas||$42.10|
|Texas A&M University System||Texas||$18.00|
While some hover in the millions, others, such as at Harvard University in Massachusetts, reach well into the billions. Topping the list at about $53 billion, Harvard has the largest endowment among National Universities at the end of fiscal year 2021, according to data collected by U.S. News in an annual survey.What disqualifies you from getting FAFSA? ›
Incarceration, misdemeanors, arrests, and more serious crimes can all affect a student's aid. Smaller offenses won't necessarily cut off a student from all aid, but it will limit the programs they qualify for as well as the amount of aid they could receive. Larger offenses can disqualify a student entirely.What disqualifies you from getting a student loan? ›
Having no credit or bad credit is common for students who are entering college, but it can lead you to be denied for private student loans. Aside from credit, private lenders can also deny you student loans for other reasons. For example, you may be denied based on: Income.What GPA is too low for FAFSA? ›
To be eligible for federal student aid and college financial aid, a student must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). This generally consists of maintaining at least a 2.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (i.e., at least a C average) and passing enough classes with progress toward a degree.Can you fail classes with FAFSA? ›
Federal Student Aid
If you receive federal college loans, failing a class may disqualify you from them based on your school's SAP requirements. Federal student aid typically requires you to maintain a 2.0 GPA to qualify — so failing a class may put you at risk of losing it.
Failing or taking an incomplete grade in courses can impact your financial aid in multiple ways. The 3 main impacts may be owing money back for the current term, losing federal aid eligibility for future terms, and not meeting the renewal criteria for scholarships and institutional aid.
How much money does FAFSA give per semester? ›
If you qualify for a Federal Pell Grant Award, your total award for the year will be split between semesters during each school year. For example, if you're eligible for $3,000, you will receive $1,500 for fall semester and $1,500 for spring semester.On what two grounds is a scholarship usually awarded? ›
Scholarships are payments awarded to students based on outstanding academic achievements, or because they have met all requirements set out by the scholarship sponsor.How short do you have to be to get a scholarship? ›
Typically, to become a member, you must be no taller than 4'10” in height. A scholarship committee will review the applications to determine the winners.What documents are needed for scholarship application? ›
- The scholarship application form. ...
- CV. ...
- Academic transcript. ...
- Personal statement/statement of purpose. ...
- Recommendation letters. ...
- Standardised test scores. ...
- Valid passport or ID.
You also can't pay for the purchase of a car with financial aid funds. In particular, a qualified education loan is used solely to pay for qualified higher education expenses, which are limited to the cost of attendance as determined by the college or university.Is FAFSA a loan or free money? ›
However, the FAFSA enables the student to qualify for many types of financial aid from several sources. Some of this money is free money, some must be earned through work, and some must be repaid. There are three main types of financial aid.Is FAFSA a loan or grant? ›
The FAFSA is not a loan. It is an application form. However, you can use the FAFSA to apply for financial aid and federal student loans. The FAFSA, or Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is used to apply for several types of financial aid, including grants, student employment and federal student loans.Does FAFSA cover all tuition? ›
The financial aid awarded based on the FAFSA can be used to pay for the college's full cost of attendance, which includes tuition and fees. While it is possible for student financial aid to cover full tuition, in practice it will fall short.How many years do you get FAFSA? ›
Please note that you can receive the Federal Pell Grant for no more than 12 terms or the equivalent (roughly six years). You'll receive a notice if you're getting close to your limit. If you have any questions, contact your financial aid office.Can Pell grants be used for graduate school? ›
Pell Grants are generally for undergraduate students only. However, there are several federal programs that offer money to graduate students. Federal grants are generally need-based, but they can also be available for a student who is studying to fill a special need or discipline.
Why you shouldn't apply early action? ›
Cons. There are very few disadvantages to applying early. The main drawback to early action is that only a few institutions, including Harvard, MIT, Princeton, and Yale, offer early action. Selective colleges can safely provide this option because they know you will probably accept their offer even if it's not binding.What happens if I get rejected Ed? ›
If you are denied outright ("rejected") in the Early Decision or Early Action round, then you CANNOT reapply.What happens if you get rejected Ed? ›
You may not apply to more than one college under early decision. If you are not accepted, you will either be rejected or deferred. Rejected applicants may not apply again that year. Deferred applicants will be reconsidered during the regular admission period, and are free to apply to other schools.Is it better to apply early action or regular? ›
Colleges like to see early applicants, and the statistics show it. Both early decision and early action applicants are accepted at a higher rate than their standard deadline counterparts. Of course, applying early also has several other benefits for applicants.Does ED actually help? ›
This means that the average student is more likely to get in when they apply early decision than when the same student applies regular decision to the same school. On average, applying ED is going to result in a 1.6x or a 60% increase in your chances of admission to super selective schools.Is it better to go to college or work after high school? ›
Statistically, those with a college degree earn more money and are less likely to experience unemployment. The BLS reports a 4.6% unemployment rate for those with a high school diploma, compared to 3.4% with an associate's degree, 2.5% with a bachelor's degree and 2.2% with a master's degree.Do colleges look at senior year grades? ›
The important thing to know is that colleges do look at your senior year grades. So, performing worse in senior year than in previous grades can impact your application and college admissions decisions.Can you accept multiple college offers? ›
Double depositing means putting down a deposit, and thus accepting admission, at more than one college. Since a student can't attend multiple colleges, it is considered unethical. Why might students and families do this, considering that it would mean forfeiting one deposit?Can I apply ED and EA at the same time? ›
EA - Means Early Action. While EA doesn't prevent you from applying to other EA schools, you can not apply to an ED school because and ED school is a Binary Option and won't allow you do court/date anyone else during the admissions season. It's not a flexible option.Where do all the rich kids go to college? ›
According to research from the New York Times, several colleges on this list — Washington and Lee University, Bucknell University, Kenyon College, Elon University, Boston College, Muhlenberg College, Lafayette College, and the University of Notre Dame — have more students enrolled from the top 1% of wealthy families ...
What did most billionaires study in college? ›
Many of the world's billionaires get both a bachelor's and MBA before achieving their success. The common major is engineering or business administration. Becoming a billionaire takes hard work and dedication.Where are college students happiest? ›
- Princeton University.
- Brown University.
- Vanderbilt University.
- College of William and Mary.
- Kansas State University.
- University of Iowa.
- Fairfield University.
- University of California, Berkeley.
|Rank||University||Total Net Worth|
|1||Harvard University||$207 billion|
|2||University of Pennsylvania||$284.8 billion|
|2||Stanford University||$124.4 billion|
|4||Yale University||$140.8 billion|
See also: 50 Most Affordable Nonprofit Online Colleges.
|# 50||OSAKA UNIVERSITY||$2.300|
|# 1||UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM||$69.210|
Institut Le Rosey (French pronunciation: [ɛ̃stity lə ʁozɛ]), commonly referred to as Le Rosey or simply Rosey, is a private boarding school in Rolle, Switzerland.What the richest people studied? ›
- Engineering. Coming in at the top is engineering - which might surprise you, but the scope of engineering is huge and widening all of the time. ...
- Economics / Finance. ...
- Politics. ...
- Mathematics. ...
- Computer Science. ...
- Law. ...
- Elon Musk. Elon Musk is the co-founder and CEO of Tesla and is currently the richest person in the world, he has a net worth of $201.3 billion. ...
- Bernard Arnault. ...
- Gautam Adani. ...
- Jeff Bezos.
In keeping FAFSA® eligibility, you must maintain certain academic standards, also known as satisfactory academic progress. In addition, students must continue to fill out the FAFSA® each year and meet the basic eligibility criteria regarding such items as financial need, citizenship, and college enrollment.What is a full load of college courses? ›
If you can manage a full course load, it can be an important step toward graduating in a timely manner. If you're interested in finishing college in four years, one of the best ways to ensure a timely graduation is to take a full course load—meaning a minimum of 15 units per semester.Which three of the following are requirements for receiving financial aid? ›
Our general eligibility requirements include that you have financial need, are a U.S. citizen or eligible noncitizen, and are enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program at your college or career school.
How many credits are considered full-time enrollment at Hanover College? ›
There are 1,018 full-time students at Hanover College. Generally, a student is full-time when they are taking a minimum of 12 credits, or about 4 classes per term.What are 4 types of financial aid you can qualify for explain each? ›
Grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships help make college or career school affordable.How many hours is 1 credit hour? ›
1 credit hour = 50 minutes of lecture or recitation per week (along with two hours of out of class activities) or 2 or more hours of laboratory per week throughout the semester.Is 3 classes a day too much? ›
3 classes a day is very normal. If they are longer than a standard 1-hour lecture and back-to-back it will get long but not impossible.Is it normal to fail a class in college? ›
Failing a class in college is common. At The Ohio State University, around 10% of undergraduates retake a failed class every year. That means more than 1 in 10 undergrads fail a class (since not every student repeats a failed class).How many classes can you fail with financial aid? ›
The number of attempted credits you must pass, typically around 70-75%.What 3 steps should you take to get scholarships and grants? ›
- Submit the FAFSA. Completing the FAFSA allows you to be considered for the greatest amount of financial aid from federal, state and college sources — and it's free to fill out. ...
- Find out if other financial aid forms are required. ...
- Search and apply for private scholarships.
If you're a dependent student, your family income is a significant part of the federal aid puzzle. The FAFSA also takes into account how much your parents pay in taxes as well as any assets or investments they might have.Is 120 credits full-time? ›
60 credits (part time) – around 16 to 18 hours. 120 credits (full time) – around 32 to 36 hours.How many credits is full-time? ›
Since the federal government defines full-time enrollment as 12 credits per semester for financial aid purposes, students often mistake their “full-time” status with a guarantee for on-time graduation.
Is Hanover College a good school? ›
Hanover College's 2022-2023 Rankings
Hanover College is ranked #102 out of 210 National Liberal Arts Colleges. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.