Claremont Graduate University's School of Educational Studies, offers a variety of financial aid opportunities including the following fellowships:
Hollis & Janet Allen Fellowship
Awarded to a deserving SES student specializing in school administration.
Marilyn Monroe Balasco Memorial Fellowship
Helps support a talented SES student each year, in memory of Marilyn Monroe Balasco, an alumna of the School of Educational Studies.
Conrad Briner Fellowship
Supports talented SES students whose focus area of study is K-12 administration. Established by CGU alumnus J. Michael Fay, and supported by the Briner family and CGU alumni, this endowed fellowship honors former CGU faculty member Conrad Briner, who was a pioneer and proponent of preparing students to become strong and capable education leaders for public school districts.
Aubrey A. & Malcolm P. Douglass Endowment Fund
Presented to SES students in the areas of cross-cultural studies in education, reading development in young children, geographical education, or social studies. It honors the contributions of Aubrey Douglass, Professor of Education at Pomona College and later at Claremont Graduate School, and his son, Malcolm Douglass, Professor of Education, who taught at CGS from 1954 to 1994.
Ethel K. Forcinelli Award An award given to students in Special Education who emphasize holistic Special Education in their graduate study, thesis or dissertation topics, and career interests.
Lawrence & Anne Glenn Endowed Fellowship
Created by CGU Trustee Lawrence Glenn and his wife, Anne, the award recognizes and supports the achievements of talented and deserving students pursuing a degree in the School of Educational Studies.
Emily Ann Horowitz Memorial Fellowship
Alternates yearly between CGU’s School of Educational Studies and School of Arts and Humanities to recognize deserving students in each school. Established by the Horowitz family in the mid-1980s, it honors the memory of Emily Ann Horowitz, a California abstract expressionist, poet, author of short stories, and alumna of CGS who studied art and semiotics.
NSF/Robert Noyce Fellowship
The NSF/Noyce Fellowship is designed for academically distinguished mathematics and science graduates who are interested in teaching secondary math or science in high-needs public schools. Students have the opportunity to begin their teacher preparation courses toward the end of their undergraduate program to save money and time. Noyce fellowships range from $12,000 – $42,000. Service requirements apply. Applications are currently being accepted for 2015 and 2016.
Joseph B. & Jean Platt Fellowship
Supports a talented and deserving SES student. It was established in 1994 by CGU Trustee Emeritus and SES Board of Visitor member Dr. Joseph B. Platt, and his wife, Jean.