T.E.A.C.H. Grants at Neumann

Neumann University is proud to participate in the PA T.E.A.C.H. tuition assistance program provided.  The T.E.A.C.H. (Teacher Education And Compensation Helps) Early Childhood® PENNSYLVANIA Scholarship Program works with early childhood providers, colleges and child care staff to offer scholarship programs and support systems that improve the education and compensation of child care workers.

T.E.A.C.H. obtains its funding through grants from businesses, foundations, and government. By helping to increase professionalism, raise wages and reduce turnover of child care staff, this public-private partnership brings higher quality care to Pennsylvania’s children. T.E.A.C.H. is administered by the Pennsylvania Child Care Association.

Four components of T.E.A.C.H.

Every T.E.A.C.H. scholarship has four key components:

  • Scholarship. The scholarship covers most of the cost of tuition and books. Recipients also receive a travel stipend each semester they are enrolled in class. T.E.A.C.H. requires that the sponsoring child care program offer paid release time for the student to attend class, study, or handle personal needs. Participants are assigned a counselor to assist them in scholarship management and career development.
  • Education. In one scholarship year, each participant must successfully complete a required number of credit hours (usually 9-15) toward a degree or credential in early childhood education.
  • Compensation. At the end of the scholarship year, if they complete their educational requirement, participants are eligible to receive either a stipend or a raise.
  • Commitment. Participants agree to continue working in their child care program for one year after each scholarship year.   

For program information and to get started, please contact Dr. Amy Gratch Hoyle at or 484-840-4604.

Ready to Apply

If you are ready to apply to Neumann University, please go to the following link: and complete the NU application (not The Common Application).  Choose the undergraduate Educational Studies degree, not the Adult degree option. Please contact Lauren Sciocchetti in Admissions after you apply to let her know you are interested in the T.E.A.C.H. early childhood grant. Lauren’s email address is and her office phone number is 610-558-5637.

Financial Aid

Students must apply for financial aid through the FAFSA website:  This can provide additional financial assistance to supplement T.E.A.C.H. funding.

For more information regarding applying for financial aid, please visit the Financial Assistance webpage

You can also contact the financial aid office at 610-558-5521 or email at – please identify yourself as a T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Education student.

Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 151, 1st floor

Business Office/Billing

For questions regarding billing, please contact the billing office at 610-558-5505 and identify yourself as a T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Education student.

Please note: Once you register for a course, it is your responsibility to follow through with the grant process and/or pay for your tuition if you are not eligible for the grant money.

Hours of operation – Monday through Friday – 8 AM to 5 PM.

Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 104, 1st floor


Visit the NU website for specific information related to the Registrar’s Office -

For questions regarding transcripts or transfer credits, please contact the Registrar’s Office at 610-558-5524 and identify yourself as a T.E.A.C.H. Early Childhood Education student.

Hours of operation – Monday through Friday – 8 AM to 5 PM.

Frequently requested forms from the Registrar’s Office including transcript request forms:

How to use Webadvisor -

Helpful video on navigating through Webadvisor -

Technical Assistance

Once you are registered for a course, it is important that you contact the help desk at Neumann to find out how to log on to your email account, NU Learn account, and Webadvisor (where you will find your bill, grades, schedule, etc.)

The website for the Help Desk is -

You can contact the Help Desk at and/or 610-558-5620.

Campus Store and Textbook Information

University Store: Phone: 610-558-5618 Email:

To purchase textbooks and course materials

Location: Bachmann Main Building, Room 51, ground floor

To find your textbooks for class:

University Bookstore Webpage
On top right – click on textbooks – select Course Materials

Select the appropriate term (fall, spring, etc.), and Select Department "ECE" or “EDU” or “SPEC” depending on the course you are looking for and add selection

Click continue and find your course.

Other Helpful Information

Academic Resource Center -

Career and Personal Development -

Campus Safety - Phone: 610-558-5555 or 610-361-5210

To obtain your parking pass and student ID – Location – Bachmann Main Building, Room 32, Ground Floor

Library - Phone: 610-558-5545

Once you have obtained your ID card from Campus Safety, you can and should visit the library to activate your library access card. The library is located in the Bachmann Main Building, 1st floor.