“Relationship building, teaching opportunities, and community involvement are very important aspects of the program.”
Campbell University’s Teaching Scholars Academy is a scholarship program designed to inspire the teacher leaders of the future.
Students enrolled in the Academy stand out as problem-solvers and innovators with compassion who possess a sense of dedication to the profession and service to others.
The focus of the Academy is to promote service and emphasize the need for teachers in rural, underserved areas of North Carolina.
- Strong desire to make a difference through teaching
- Minimum GPA: 3.5
- Minimum ACT & SAT scores: 24 and 1170
- A 500-word essay themed “Why I Want to Teach”
- Teaching Academy Scholars are awarded $8,500 per year with no “payback” provisions or requirements. Scholars can major in any area of education with teacher licensure.
*Awards remain in effect for the four years of undergraduate education, provided the student continues to be academically eligible while enrolled full-time in the Professional Education Program
- Service and leadership initiatives
- Networking opportunities
Recent projects & events
Teaching Scholars receive academic credit for their participation in cohort activities related to service and leadership.
Here’s a look at some of our Scholars’ recent projects:
- Erwin Museum website curation project
- Annual Sandhills Children’s Literature Symposium
- Math and reading tutoring at local school districts
- Holiday 3-D printing and STEM project
- Charleston Promise and Montessori Schools visit
- Eastern Carolina summer road trip
- Leadership Series seminars
- Teaching Scholars social event
For more information about the Teaching Scholars Academy including details about criteria and the selection process, contact: