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Post: Grand Canyon University scholarships grants and title 1 loan

Posted by Grand Canyon University on 3/31/08

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    Title 1 teachers may receive between $5,000 and $17,500 in
    loan forgiveness (consult with your DOE and principal) this
    is a federal program which is applied for post graduation.
    Special ED, Math and Science teachers will receive the
    highest amount of forgiveness.

    Teach Grant is here-ask me about details-Master level
    students attend with no out of pocket cost

    We have several scholarships you may qualify for (up to
    $2000)

    Grand Canyon University is regionally accredited (the
    highest level). We were founded in 1949 as a "teacher's
    university".

    Grand Canyon University will fairly evaluate valid and
    relevant credits from previous regionally accredited
    institutions and apply them when applicable to GCU programs.

    Title 1 teachers may receive between $5,000 and $17,500 in
    loan forgiveness (consult with your DOE and principal) this
    is a federal program which is applied for post graduation.

    Financial aid is available for both Master and Bachelor
    students.

    Applicants currently paying student loans will have current
    payments deferred while they are in school-a new
    consolidated payment schedule will begin invoicing 6 months
    after graduation from GCU.


    Around 40% of total applicants are accepted into GCU
    programs. 80% of our students graduate.

    If you are ready to apply for admission and the
    scholarships still available, click this link:
    https://secure.mastersonline.com/application/frmlogin.asp?
    molid=288

    You must respond or contact Troy Maskell DIRECT in order to
    qualify for the remaining scholarships. (**Teachers
    interested in the scholarships are required to contact Troy
    Maskell directly in order to be eligible. Students
    inquiring through our website or enrolling through another
    counselor will not qualify for this scholarship).


    Here is a list of all of the degree programs that we
    currently offer online:

    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    English 128 credits
    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    Math 128 credits
    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    Science 128 credits

    Master of Arts in Teaching: 30 credits, 20 months
    M.Ed. Elementary Education (K-8): 45 credits, 30 months
    M.Ed. Secondary Education (7-12): 30 credits, 24 months
    M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Reading: 30 credits, 20
    months
    M.Ed. Curriculum & Instruction: Instructional Technology:
    30 credits, 20 months
    M.Ed. TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other
    Languages): 33 credits, 22 months
    M.Ed. Special Education: 45 credits, 36 Months
    M.Ed. in Education Administration: 36 credits, 24 months
    M.Ed. In Education Administration with an emphasis in
    School Leadership: 36 credits, 24 months
    M.Ed. in Education Administration with an emphasis in
    Organizational Leadership: 36 credits, 24 months

    Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education
    (Eligible for Credential)
    Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education
    (Not Eligible for Credential)
    Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Special Education for
    Certified Special Educators
    (Not Eligible for Credential)
    Initial Teacher Certification Programs:

    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    English 128 credits
    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    Math 128 credits
    Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education: Emphasis in
    Science 128 credits
    M.Ed. Elementary Education (K-8): 45 credits, 30 months
    M.Ed. Secondary Education (7-12): 30 credits, 20months
    M.Ed. Special Education (K-12): 45 credit hours, 30 months

    **NOTE: Teachers interested in the scholarships are
    required to contact Troy Maskell directly in order to be
    eligible. Students inquiring through our website or
    enrolling through another counselor will not qualify for
    this scholarship.

    Take care!

    Troy Maskell

    Enrollment Counselor

    Grand Canyon University

    Local: 602.639.6635

    Toll Free: 1.888.310.4363

    Fax: 602-589-2504

    Email: tmaskell@online.gcu.edu

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