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Application Deadline 12/31/2005
Requirements Must be a high school graduate or older.; Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.; Must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.; Must be a domestic student in the U.S.; This award is for college juniors, seniors and/or graduate students. Eligible applicants are college students who have completed at least 60 semester credit hours, college graduates, or teachers who are certified in a non-critical shortage area.; Must be a Maryland resident.; Must enroll in a program that will lead to a teaching certificate in an area of critical need as specified each year. The programs for 2005 include business education, chemistry, computer science, earth/space science, ESOL, family and consumer sciences, German, Latin, mathematics, physical science, physics, Spanish, special education-children to adult, special education-hearing impaired, special education-severely and profoundly disabled, and technology education.; Must attend one of the following eligible Maryland institutions which offer the specified shortage fields of study: Bowie State University, College of Notre Dame, Columbia Union College, Coppin State University, Frostburg State University, Goucher College, Hood College, Johns Hopkins University, Loyola College, McDaniel College, Morgan State University, Mount Saint Marys College, Salisbury University, St. Mary's College in Maryland, Towson University, Univeristy of Maryland at College Park, University of Maryland at Baltimore, University of Maryland at Eastern Shore, University of Maryland at University College, or Washington College.
Organization: Maryland Higher Education Commission
Title: Office of Student Financial Assistance