The College of Education and Human Ecology awards scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students through an annual scholarship selection process. Students enrolled in the college with a declared major are eligible to apply. Future students should apply if they anticipate being accepted and enrolled at The Ohio State University and the college.
You must submit an application by the deadline for your desired application to be considered for any EHE scholarship. To maximize your aid eligibility please complete both the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the ScholarshipUniverse application by February 1. Completing the FAFSA is necessary to determine eligibility for all scholarships that use financial need as an eligibility criterion. Students should review the guidelines and frequently asked questions before applying.
ScholarshipUniverse is a single, secure and easy-to-use source for most Ohio State scholarships and thousands of other opportunities. To find your top matches for scholarships, login to ScholarshipUniverse below using your name.# and password, create or log in to your account and answer questions about yourself to build your profile. Once you are matched to a scholarship, follow prompts to complete any application requirements.
More Funding Opportunities
Graduate students in the college can apply for associate positions to gain valuable instructional, research and administrative experience.
Apply for an internship to expand your undergraduate experience and skills working with young children. Applications are accepted year-round.
The Kappa Phi Kappa Scholarship assists students pursuing a career in the education field. The annual scholarship program is open to its active undergraduate members and is awarded based on scholarship, service, and potential as a future educator.
A full-tuition program to earn a bachelor’s degree in child and youth studies or early childhood education. Next application opens in November. Learn about the eligibility requirements.
Funding from Ohio State
Student Financial Aid
Merit-based aid and needs-based aid starts with filing the FAFSA to be considered for the most financial aid.
A financial award from Ohio State based on academic merit through a university competition.
Learn more about the funding opportunities available through The Graduate School and other units at Ohio State.