Be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident at the time of application.
Have a GPA of 3.0 in major and 3.0 overall.
Demonstrate financial need.
Be eligible for admission to the SEHD licensure program. Please note that acceptance into the Noyce program does NOT guarantee acceptance into SEHD.
Have completed or be working on an undergraduate STEM degree (mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science, computer science, engineering) at CU Denver or other institution.
Have prior experience working with students in an educational or similar setting prior to starting the program OR be willing to gain this experience prior to starting the program.
Be on track to complete the requirements of the secondary math or science certification within the allotted one year.
Demonstrate a commitment to pursue a teaching career in a high-need school district. For more information, read the FAQs.
Attend the weekly STEMinar (specific schedule TBD).
Complete two years of teaching in a high-need district following licensure.
Before starting this application, you may wish to gather the following artifacts or information:
Names and email addresses for two academic or professional references
Transcripts from all universities attended (unofficial is fine)
Evidence of completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
PLEASE NOTE - If you are transferring from another institution and awaiting acceptance to SEHD, please contact Erin.D.Howe@ucdenver.edu for application access. You will not be able to use the ScholarLynx platform without a CU log-in.