The Reich College of Education offers scholarships to incoming first-year teacher education majors. If selected, you will be required to participate in the Appalachian Community of Education Scholars (ACES) Residential Learning Community, a 4-year scholar program for future teachers that focuses on mentoring, leadership, service and professional development. From $500 to $5,000
How to apply, important deadlines, and tips.
- November 1, Submit the application for admission
- November 15, Submit the Application for Signature Scholarships and Selective Academic Programs through your MyMountaineer Portal as well as all admission application materials
The Appalachian Commitment to a College Education for Student Success (ACCESS) Scholarship Program ensures 50 students from low-income families in North Carolina can attend Appalachian debt-free.
Appalachian's Signature Scholarships consist of merit-based and need-based opportunities and provide varying awards ranging from partial to full institutional costs.
Each academic college offers scholarships for incoming students who have identified their major or future career path. Scholarsips often include opportunities for mentorship, research, and experiential learning.