Scholarships, Awards & Financial Aid

Towson UTeach Students in class.

The Towson UTeach program provides multiple scholarship opportunities for incoming and current students.

For incoming students (those applying to Towson University), there are two scholarships available, provided by the Kahlert Foundation. Please click on the links below for more information.

For students already attending TU, the following scholarships are available:


Dr. Carol L. and Robert E. Daihl Endowed Scholarship

  • science major who intends to teach secondary school science
  • demonstrated unmet financial need as defined by FAFSA
  • a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5
  • award semester: Final Internship Semester
  • award amount: Approximately $1,400

Dollenberg Family Endowed Scholarship

  • mathematics major with a concentration in secondary education
  • full-time enrollment status (at least 12 credit hours)
  • a graduate of a Baltimore City or Baltimore County high school
  • demonstrated unmet financial need as defined by FAFSA
  • good academic standing
  • award amount: Approximately $2,000

Dr. George E. Hohl '55 and Anne S. Hohl Endowed Scholarship

  • mathematics or science major with a concentration in secondary education
  • completed either SEMS 120 or SEMS 130
  • full-time student status (at least 12 credit hours)
  • demonstrated unmet financial need as defined by FAFSA
  • outstanding academic achievement
  • potential for teaching excellence
  • award amount: Approximately $1,200 

Kahlert Foundation Endowed Scholarship for Towson UTeach

  • mathematics or science major with a concentration in secondary education
  • completed either SEMS 120 or SEMS 130
  • full-time enrollment status (at least 12 credit hours)
  • Maryland resident
  • preference given to child or grandchild of existing or former Evapco employee
  • demonstrated unmet financial need as defined by FAFSA
  • outstanding academic achievement
  • potential for teaching excellence
  • award amount: Multiple awards of at least $1,200 

R. Elizabeth Remsberg ’27 Endowed Scholarship

  • mathematics or science major with a concentration in secondary education
  • completed either SEMS 120 or SEMS 130
  • full-time enrollment status (at least 12 credit hours)
  • demonstrated unmet financial need as defined by FAFSA
  • outstanding academic achievement
  • potential for teaching excellence
  • award amount: Approximately $1,300