College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
CSI Student

Noyce Teacher Academy at CSI
 Application

1. If you are a current Teacher Education Honors Academy (TEHA) Student at CSI, then you must complete and submit a Noyce Scholarship Application for TEHA students.


2. If you are a current CSI Student but not in the Teacher Education Honors Academy (TEHA) at CSI, then you must:

Complete and submit a Noyce Scholarship Application for a current CSI student who is not in the Teacher Education Honors Academy at CSI

  •  including 2 essays, “Why did you choose your major?” and “Why are you interested in teaching in a high need school?”.
  • Submit 2 letters of recommendation from faculty members with at least one from a faculty member in your major.
  • Final acceptance is contingent upon the successful completion of your current academic semester program with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

3. If you are not a current CSI student but plan to transfer to CSI from another college, including other CUNY schools, then you must:

Apply to CUNY (www.cuny.edu) and list CSI as your first choice.

AND

Complete and submit a Noyce Scholarship Application for Transfer Students to College of Staten Island that includes:

  • Personal Information, Academic Information, Application Certification and Release of Information and 2 essays, “Why did you choose your major?” and “Why are you interested in teaching in a high need school”.
  • Submit 2 letters of recommendation from faculty members with at least one from a faculty member in your major.
  • Submit an official transcript that includes all college credits completed.  Important:  To be eligible for consideration for a Noyce Scholarship you must have already completed at least 60 college credits and you need to complete a major in mathematics, biology, or chemistry and all the education requirements for initial certification within a maximum of 3 years at the College of Staten Island.
  • Final acceptance is contingent upon the successful completion of your current academic semester program with a minimum 3.0 GPA.