Full-Tuition Scholarships at TCNJ for Future Physics Teachers!

Is PHYSICS teaching in your future? The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) offers full tuition scholarships to juniors and seniors pursuing physics teacher certification. Learn more about this prestigious NSF-sponsored program!

The Robert Noyce Physics Teacher Education Scholarship Program at TCNJ is dedicated to increasing the number of outstanding physics students who become newly certified physics teachers. Upon completion of the program, students will have earned a B.S. degree in Physics that includes Secondary Education as a 2nd major and will be prepared for certification in physics in New Jersey and many other states. This program, which is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), provides selected TCNJ juniors and seniors with scholarship funding equal to the amount of New Jersey in-state tuition and fees plus an estimated cost for required books for each year of participation. Awards require a commitment of two years of teaching in a high-need K-12 school for each year of NSF support.

Read more at: https://science.tcnj.edu/2016/06/07/physics-department-awarded-1-2-million-grant-more-students-to-become-physics-teachers/.