Application and Selection Process

Apply here for the CSUSM Noyce Scholarship. Applications will be reviewed beginning April 8, 2014, however applications will continue to be accepted until all awards are announced. Applications will no longer be accepted for Academic Year 2013-14 after May 11, 2014.

The selection committee will review the application, personal essays, and the two letters of recommendation of each candidate.

Strong candidates will be invited to interview with the selection committee, at which further inquiry about the program activities and expectations will be discussed, as well as to ensure thorough understanding of post-scholarship professional and financial commitments.

The CSUSM Noyce Scholarship application has six parts.

  1. Noyce applicant information
  2. Three essay prompts
  3. Current résumé, including all teaching-related activity (interpret "teaching" broadly, e.g. camp-counselor, tutor, etc.)
  4. A Plan of Study, outlining the intended timeline or courses to complete undergraduate degree (use these CSUSM forms)
  5. Two letters of recommendation
  6. If not currently a CSUSM student, a copy of most recent transcript (an unofficial copy is acceptable)

Incomplete applications will not be reviewed

Applicant Information

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e.g. parents' phone number
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university email address, include @cougars.csusm.edu
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Education Information

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compute the GPA of courses within your major
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e.g. May 2015

Essays
Note: Each response should be 300-500 words in length. Type and polish answers in a word processing program, then copy and paste here.
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Plan of Study--undergraduate applicants only
Report a semester-by-semester plan to complete coursework through graduation. Recommended: use Major Worksheet.


Letters of Recommendation

Two letters of recommendation from qualified references who can speak about your academic ability to finish the undergraduate program and/or your commitment to the field of secondary mathematics or science teaching. This might be a College of Science and Mathematics faculty member, a supervisor, or a faculty member from School of Education. Letters should be submitted via email to noyce@csusm.edu.

Unofficial Transcripts

If not a current or former CSUSM student, email unofficial transcripts to: noyce@csusm.edu, or mail to: CSUSM Noyce Teacher Scholars, Office for Training, Research & Education in the Sciences, CSU San Marcos, San Marcos, CA 92096

Current Résumé

Resume should be submitted via email to: noyce@csusm.edu.

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