​​​​Noyce Teacher Scholarship

Thinking of a Career Change? Earn a Scholarship to Become a Teacher!​

Thanks to support from the National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, you can earn $24,150 in scholarships to earn your teaching license!​

University of Findlay's Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program

The program is geared to help prepare well-qualified math and science degree holders to educate and inspire math and science students in high-need schools. High-needs schools are determined based on the percentage of free and reduced lunch students attending.​

UF’s Noyce Program is funded through a ​grant from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program.

Postbaccalaureate NSF Noyce Scholars will complete one year of post-baccalaureate licensure face-to-face courses in AYA Mathematics or AYA Science beginning in the fall and culminating in the summer.​​

Be one of just 13 students selected to be a part of the University of Findlay's Noyce Scholarship Program!​​​



Benefits for Post-Baccalaureate

  • $24,150 scholarship for professionals returning for a one-year post-baccalaureate license in AYA Mathematics or AYA Science (grades 7-12).
  • Gain eight weeks of methods and 16 weeks of student teaching field experience during the post-baccalaureate year under the guidance of a UF faculty member with a teaching license in science or mathematics.
  • Additional networking, collaboration, and program development support.


  • A bachelor's degree in the areas of mathematics or science.
  • Students must also apply and be accepted to the University of Findlay.
  • Undergraduate GPA of 3.25 (conditional acceptance may be considered)
  • U.S. citizen or national or permanent resident.
  • Submission of a statement of purpose and interest.
  • Complete and submit the FAFSA.

Application Packet

  • ​A completed application form.
  • Completed FAFSA
  • Application to UF College of Education that includes official transcripts
All NSF Noyce scholarship applications will be reviewed by the Program Management Team. The strongest candidates may be invited for an interview; this may determine the final selection of participants.

Selection Process

Recipients will be selected based on:

  • Academic merit.
  • Commitment to working in high-need schools.
  • Academic potential.
  • An additional consideration is given to those in financial need as well as minority, disability, or under-represented gender status.


NSF Noyce scholarship recipients will be expected to:

  • Enter into an agreement committing to teach full-time in a high-need school as a licensed teacher in mathematics or science for two years within four years of completing the program. *High-need schools are determined based on the percentage of free and reduced lunch students attending.
  • Commit to a six-week placement in the fall and a 16-week placement in the spring for field experience.
  • Maintain a 3.25 GPA.
  • Participate in mentoring activities and other NSF Noyce scholars.
  • Complete an exit interview, upon completion, with the Office of Financial Aid and sign an agreement regarding continuing responsibilities as NSF Noyce scholars.
  • Participate in seminars and outcomes assessment activities required by NSF NOYCE .
  • Pass the Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) at their expense in order to receive their teaching license.
​​The overriding goal of the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program is to help adults guide young people into productive lives. Research shows that young people are much more likely to try to learn and retain challenging core subjects like math, science and critical reading if they are exposed to and engaged in these topics in a variety of ways. Findlay's NSF Noyce scholars are the future teachers who will meet this need.​


Julie McIntosh, Ed.D.
Dean, College of Education

Bethany Henderson-Dean, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Biology and Chair of the Department of Natural Sciences
[email protected]