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UAS School of Education!
Private donations to UAS can help students in many ways. Scholarship funds ease the financial burden of education for students. Donations to program support funds help faculty provide state of the art educational opportunities in their classrooms. We ask that you join us in helping make a difference in students’ lives by giving to the fund of your choice. Your gift to UAS helps open doors for current students here at UAS.
No contribution is too small – your gift is tax deductible and deeply appreciated. It’s as easy as visiting the UA Foundation secure website and indicate the fund you are donating to in the comments section. We look forward to hearing from you and including you among those who contribute to our students’ great success.
Below is a listing of funds that benefit students and programs of the School of Education.
Gerald W. Butts Memorial Scholarship Endowment
A permanent endowment to provide financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to students whose ultimate goal is to seek a teaching degree at UAS. This fund is available to either students seeking a bachelor’s degree with the declared intent of becoming a future teacher, or students enrolled in the MAT program. (Fund #80196)
UAS School of Education Scholarship
A fund to provide scholarships for students within the UAS School of Education. (Fund #20400)
Education Departmental Support
A fund to provide support for the UAS Center for Teacher Education. (Fund #20219)
PITAAS Program Support
A fund to provide support for the PITAAS Program: Preparing Indigenous Teachers and Administrators for Alaska Schools. (Fund #20413)
Delta Kappa Gamma Carol Koski Memorial Scholarship Endowment
A permanent endowment to reward academic excellence and to support women students choosing a career in education. (Fund #80119)
John Rutherford Noyes Memorial Scholarship Endowment
A permanent endowment to provide scholarships for full-time students attending UAS who have a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate motivation, plus academic and leadership potential. Preference will be given Science and Education majors as well as to members of the Alaska National Guard. (Fund #80577)