Academic Programs

Use this list to find academic programs at colleges and universities across the state that may be eligible for funding through the Underwood-Smith Teaching Scholars Program. Some programs may be minor programs of study that must be paired with a qualifying major in order to be eligible. This list is provided for informational purposes and does not provide a guarantee of program availability or eligibility. Final eligibility determinations will be made by the Higher Education Policy Commission's Division of Financial Aid.

Contact an institution to learn more about application requirements and other financial aid opportunities that may be available to you.

Alderson Broaddus University
  • Elementary Education
Appalachian Bible College
  • Elementary Education
Bethany College
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
Bluefield State College
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
Concord University
  • Elementary Education
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
Davis and Elkins College
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
Fairmont State University
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
  • Physics
Glenville State College
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
Marshall University
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
  • Physics
Ohio Valley University
  • Behavior Disorders (Excluding Autism)
  • Biology
  • Earth and Space Science
  • Elementary Education
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Mentally Impaired (Mild/Moderate)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
  • Specific Learning Disabilities
Salem International University
  • Biology
Shepherd University
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
University of Charleston
  • Elementary Education
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
West Liberty University
  • Biology
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
West Virginia State University
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
West Virginia University
  • Agriculture
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Elementary Education
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Physics
West Virginia Wesleyan College
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
Wheeling University
  • Elementary Education
  • General Science
  • Mathematics (Comprehensive)
  • Multi-categorical (SLD, BD, MI) excluding Autism
WVU Parkersburg
  • Elementary Education
  • General Math through Algebra I
  • General Science

  Academic Program Finder

Use this tool to find academic programs at colleges and universities across the state that may be eligible for funding through the Underwood-Smith Teaching Scholars Program. Some programs on this list may be minor programs of study that must be paired with a qualifying major in order to be eligible. This list is provided for informational purposes and does not provide a guarantee of program availability or eligibility. Final eligibility determinations will be made by the Higher Education Policy Commission's Division of Financial Aid.

Contact an institution to learn more about application requirements and other financial aid opportunities that may be available to you.