Indianapolis has emerged as one of the most innovative and transformative cities when it comes to educational programming. Relay Indianapolis is home to a community of practitioners focused on K-12 student achievement and teacher well-being.
Relay Indianapolis currently offers the following programs: Relay Teaching Residency and Master of Arts in Teaching.
Master of Arts in Teaching
Tuition & Fees
- $11,500 per year in Relay institutional aid
Secondary Social Studies
*Criteria for AmeriCorps and Relay Residency Scholarship eligibility can be found here.
Master of Arts in Teaching
For additional information on Relay Indiana, visit the Relay GSE Support Center.
Applicants to Relay Indiana must secure a teaching placement with an approved Relay school partner prior to official enrollment. Applicants who are looking for a future teaching placement can reach out to email@example.com to learn more about our partner schools and hiring opportunites.
Financial Aid and Costs
Students may qualify for additional institutional aid and federal aid toward total out of pocket tuition expense. Payment Plans are also available. Please contact Student Financial Services with any questions or for more information.
Cost of licensure exams is determined by the issuing state.
Transition to Teaching
Transition to Teaching is an abbreviated program of pedagogy created by Indiana lawmakers to prepare career professionals with bachelor degrees to teach elementary education, secondary classes, or all-grade classes. Qualified individuals may enroll as non-degree candidates at institutes of higher education or with approved non-higher education institution entities to pursue a program of courses and experiences to lead to licensure. Relay GSE is an approved Transition to Teaching program in Indiana, authorized by the Indiana State Board of Education.
*Relay GSE is an AmeriCorps partner. We strongly encourage you to join the AmeriCorps program if you're eligible, as it aligns with Relay’s commitment to service and the work you do daily as a teacher. Participating students earn a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award upon completion of a full-service term that may be applied to reduce the out-of-pocket cost of tuition. Failure to participate in the AmeriCorps program if you’re eligible means that you are fully aware that Relay will charge you the deferred tuition amount equivalent to the AmeriCorps Segal Education Award and you will be responsible for paying that amount in full.
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