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We know that a college degree is a major investment and we strive to make a Prescott College education affordable so that you can have access to the expertise of our faculty, and experience our unique approach to education.  

We have a variety of scholarships available.

Students who have completed their application and have submitted all their application requirements by their priority date will be reviewed for scholarships during the application review process. Scholarships will be awarded to accepted students who receive a “best quality” rating and meet the criteria for any of the College’s admissions scholarships. After the priority dates, awarding will be limited and based on availability of scholarships.

These scholarship opportunities are available to distance learning students. 

Limited Residency Undergraduate Scholarships Masters and Ph.D. Scholarships

 

Limited Residency Undergraduate Scholarships

Prescott College Arizona Teacher Education Scholarship

Eligibility: Awarded to applicants who complete their admission file by the scholarship deadline pursuing a B.A. leading to Arizona teacher certification and who have prior minimum GPA of 3.0

Amount: Annual award $3,000 per year; $1,000 per semester


Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

Eligibility: This scholarship is awarded to applicants who will be attending Prescott College as undergraduates and first-degree seeking students. The award is in the amount of $1,000 per term toward tuition for eligible students in their junior and senior years.  Students must be an active member of Phi Theta Kappa.

Amount: $1,000 per semester – renewable for up to three years


Early Childhood Workforce Scholarship

Eligibility: Available to students working in the early childhood education field in Arizona who wish to earn a Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Special Education, or Early Childhood Management.  Scholarship is $1,500 per term, $4,500 per year. 
 AmeriCorps


Arizona Teaching Intern Scholarship

Eligibility: Available to assist students with a bachelor's degree to become certified to teach in Arizona.  Applicable to Post-Bachelor's certification and Masters of Education with Certification programs.  Recipient must be employed by a school district and must apply for the Intern Certificate with both Prescott College and the Arizona Department of Education.  Post-Bachelor Scholarship is $1,500 per term, $4,500 per year.    AmeriCorps


The Changemaker Scholarship

The Changemaker Scholarship initiative guarantees a tuition scholarship to every new accepted student who applies by our priority application deadline that intends to enroll in a degree program for the fall 2019, spring 2020, or summer 2020 semester. Scholarships will be available for those who apply after the priority application deadline on a first-come, first-serve basis*. The Changemaker scholarship will be renewed each year for students who maintain satisfactory academic progress as a full-time student at Prescott College. Learn more.

  • Online Undergraduate for a transfer student up to $3,000 per year

Freedom Education Fund

Eligibility: The Freedom Education Fund is a scholarship for an undocumented or DACA-mented student who has already been accepted to Prescott College but who, because of immigration status, is not eligible for Federal Financial Aid. The scholarship was started through a student initiative and community collaboration to demonstrate Prescott College’s belief that education is a human right. Offered annually to one full time or part time student, the scholarship covers full tuition and mandatory fees in any program. Priority is given to students pursuing social justice or environmental studies but not exclusively.

Amount: Covers full tuition and mandatory fees

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Masters and Ph.D. Scholarships

Arizona Teaching Intern Scholarship-M Ed

Eligibility: Available to assist students with a bachelor's degree to become certified to teach in Arizona.  Applicable to Masters of Education with Certification programs.  Recipient must be employed by a school district and must apply for the Intern Certificate with both Prescott College and the Arizona Department of Education.

Amount: $1,500 per term, $4,500 per year


The Changemaker Scholarship

The Changemaker Scholarship initiative guarantees a tuition scholarship to every new accepted student who applies by our priority application deadline that intends to enroll in a degree program for the fall 2019, spring 2020, or summer 2020 semester. Scholarships will be available for those who apply after the priority application deadline on a first-come, first-serve basis*. The Changemaker scholarship will be renewed each year for students who maintain satisfactory academic progress as a full-time student at Prescott College. Learn more.

  • Online Master of Arts for a student up to $3,000 per year
  • Online Master of Education for a student up to $3,000 per year
  • Online Master of Science in Counseling for a student up to $4,000 per year
  • Online PhD in Sustainability Education for a student up to $8,000 per year

Freedom Education Fund

Eligibility: The Freedom Education Fund is a scholarship for an undocumented or DACA-mented student who has already been accepted to Prescott College but who, because of immigration status, is not eligible for Federal Financial Aid. The scholarship was started through a student initiative and community collaboration to demonstrate Prescott College’s belief that education is a human right. Offered annually to one full time or part time student, the scholarship covers full tuition and mandatory fees in any program. Priority is given to students pursuing social justice or environmental studies but not exclusively.

Amount: Covers full tuition and mandatory fees

More Information