Whether students choose a degree in Birth through Kindergarten, Professions in Deafness (PID), or Special Education, a large part of their education centers on experiential learning in which they are engaged directly with the community they seek to serve. Students in our programs are uniquely positioned to learn from leaders in the field while simultaneously applying that learning in individually relevant professional settings.
Learn more about the programs that we offer by visiting our Academic Programs page.
Events & Conferences
- Southeastern Regional Symposium of College Educators of the Deaf and Educational Interpreters (SERS) – This symposium provides a small, low-stakes, low-cost meeting of the minds and gives opportunities for scholars who live in select Southeastern states to present not only their research, but also andragogical practices that they have found effective in training future teachers of the deaf, or educational ASL interpreters.
A variety of financial aid is available to students including scholarships based on academic merit and financial need. Please review the list below carefully to learn more about scholarship opportunities offered specific for programs in this department.
Applications are accepted annually. The application period for the 2018-2019 Departmental scholarships is now CLOSED. The deadline for applications for the 2018-19 academic year was Monday, May 7th, 2018. The application period for the 2019-2020 academic year will open in early April 2019.
Along with the application, candidates will need to include an updated resume or curriculum vitae. Candidates should submit an electronic version at the end of the application.
+ ARC Greensboro Special Education Scholarship
+ Sharma Family Special Education Scholarship
+ Amy R. Benedict Scholarship Fund for Deaf/Hard of Hearing
+ Harlan S. Cato Scholarship
+ Crystal Dawn Wood Professions in Deafness Interpreter Preparation Scholarship
+ Martha E. Carroll Scholarship in Special Education
+ David H. Reilly Scholarship Fund
+ Pilot Club of Greensboro Scholarship Fund
+ Everette and Merline Dunlap Freeman Memorial Fund
All students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for any scholarship in which financial need is a requirement of the scholarship.
Students needing other financial aid should complete the forms obtained through the Financial Aid Office. You may contact the Financial Aid Office at 336.334.5702 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make sure to check out our SES FAQs page to find answers to some of our most frequently asked questions specifically surrounding our programs.