Department of Teacher Education
Come as you are.
Discover who you’re
meant to be.
At AU, we explore what it means to be an educator together. Education as a profession invests in others in such a way that it creates a ripple effect into building stronger leaders, families, and communities. Come learn from educators who want to invest in you this way.
This is Real Life: Together.
FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION
Some available Indiana State Grants include:
Anderson University participates in the Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant program. A TEACH grant is a non-need-based grant provided to students who intend to teach, in order to help pay for their postsecondary education.
As a condition for receiving a TEACH grant, a student must agree to teach full time for at least four years as a highly qualified teacher in a high-need field, in a school or educational service agency (ESA) serving low-income students, within eight years of completing or otherwise ceasing to be enrolled in the program of study for which the student received the grant.
If the student does not meet the terms of the TEACH grant service obligation, all TEACH grant funds received will be converted to a direct unsubsidized loan that must be repaid in full, with interest charged from the date of each TEACH grant disbursement.
At Anderson University, TEACH grants are offered to all undergraduates who meet the 3.25 GPA requirement and have been admitted into the School of Education’s Teacher Preparation Program (TPP). The dean of the School of Education approves the TEACH grant for each year that a student applies. Click here for a TEACH Grant Application [PDF].
Our Faculty & Staff
Receive a curated list of programs to explore for your college career.