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Noyce Scholarship Program

The Colorado College Noyce Scholarship Program (CCNSP)

for students majoring or intending to major in mathematics or sciences with the aspiration to become a teacher in a Title I school

The Colorado College Noyce Scholarship Program is a partnership between the Colorado College, the Catamount Institute, Colorado Springs School District 11, and Harrison School District 2. The main goal of the program is to increase the number of highly-trained K-12 science and mathematics teachers graduating from the Master of Arts in Teaching program who teach in high-needs schools. CCNSP provides scholarships and research fellowships for Colorado College students in STEM fields who want to become teachers.

  • If you are a freshman, sophomore, or junior, we have research fellowships available each semester and summer beginning in Spring 2016. Fellowships can continue in the summer and eventually lead to teaching scholarships during your junior and senior year.
  • If you are a junior interested in teaching, we have one $5,000 scholarship available for next spring (spring 2016), with potential for another $15,000 your senior year! 
  • If you are a senior, we have five $20,000 scholarships available for the 2016-17 Master of Arts in Teaching Program!

If you decide to enter the Master of Arts in Teaching Program, there are additional scholarships available. In short, a CCNSP Teaching Scholar could earn up to $45,000 in scholarships plus paid internships!

CCNSP Research Fellows
CCNSP Summer Research Fellows
CCNSP Teaching Scholars (juniors and seniors)
CCNSP Master of Arts in Teaching Scholars (graduating seniors)

For more information including a request for application, contact Mike Taber, Chair of the Education Department, at

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The Colorado College Noyce Scholarship Program (CCNSP) is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). It provides stipends and scholarships for students in science, mathematics, and technology fields to pursue a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree.