The CSUSM Noyce scholarships are awarded to CSUSM undergraduate students in STEM areas in their last two years of study and teacher candidates in a teaching credential program. See the eligibility requirements on the Scholarship Information page. Community College Students need to transfer to CSUSM and enroll in a STEM department to be eligible for the scholarship. Below are a few tips in each of the stages of becoming a STEM teacher.
We highly recommend joining the Future Educators Association at CSUSM - you can join at any point in the process of becoming a teacher, even if
you haven't transfered to CSUSM yet! The Future Educators Association is a student-run organization where future educators
meet, ask questions, and connect with faculty and advisors. Join today!
The faculty at MiraCosta, Palomar, and CSUSM are happy to help. Feel free to contact the following professors to learn more about STEM, courses, the Noyce program and scholarship, teacher credentialing, and many other things.
See the Contact Information page.