Students in STEP who received a university-based academic scholarship as undergraduates will receive an academic scholarship for their graduate year.
STEP students who were not eligible for a scholarship upon admission to the university as undergraduates will be eligible for a $3,000 Graduate STEP Merit Award in their fifth year if they meet the following criteria:
Adelphi’s SEA program is a National Science Foundation NOYCE Scholarship for undergraduate and graduate students interested in science education.
Assistantships are offered for Exercise Science. Each student works in our cardiac rehabilitation program, adult fitness program and also works as a research assistant in the Lab. For further information, contact Dr. Robert Otto at 516.877.4276 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistantships may also be offered in teaching, research, sport management, or athletics. To apply for an assistantship, please download and complete the Graduate Assistant Application Form and return to:
Robert M. Otto, Ph.D. or John Wygand, M.A.
Human Performance Lab, Woodruff Hall
Garden City, NY 11530
The New York City Department of Education has two scholarship programs that Communications Sciences and Disorders students may be interested in:
This program reimburses tuition (57 to 67 credits, including Child Development, Schools and Society, Health Prep, and SPH561). In exchange, you must work double the number of years for NYC as you spent in school. For more information, visit teachnyc.net and click on “scholarships, incentives, and special programs.”
The Intensive Teacher Institute (ITI) in Bilingual ESL and Special Education is a tuition assistance program. You need school district support or superintendent signature to apply. The program supports preschool personnel as well. For more information, contact ITI at 631.286.6551.