Cal Poly Pomona offers assistance with finding financial support for educators. There are several forms of financial assistance including loan assumption, grants, scholarships, and loans. Below you will find links to the most common sources that fund post-baccalaureate teacher candidates.
Be a good consumer when seeking financial aid. Ask questions. Read all the information before making a commitment.
- Assumption Program of Loans for Education (APLE)
- Scholarship, Grants and Loans
- CPP Financial Aid Office
- California Teacher Recruitment Program Financial Incentives
PARTNERS IN EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS - Cal Poly Pomona also has a unique scholarship provided by the Cal Poly Pomona Partners in Education (PIE) Board. The organization raises money to support teacher candidates while completing Clinical practice. The PIE scholarship is $2500 for each of two quarters for a total of $5000. PIE awards from 6 to 15 scholarships each year. The number of scholarships awarded is based on the amount of money PIE raises for this purpose.
The PIE Scholarship application process generally takes place in late fall with the applications due around December 1. Be sure to check the college web site and your email as the announcement will come to all who are fully admitted to the credential programs.
To learn more about the PIE scholarship and the Partners in Education group, please visit their website.