Departmental Scholarships

Departmental Scholarships

Eligible high school seniors and transfer students may apply for amounts ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 per year. 

  • This distinguished departmental recognition can be added to any academic scholarship and is renewable for up to eight semesters.
  • Although many applicants may be qualified in multiple subject areas, each student may only apply for one award.
  • Students are not required to major in the selected department to receive or maintain the scholarship (with the exception of Chemistry/Biochemistry).
  • The application deadline is January 15, and the deadline to interview (required for most departments) is February 1.
  • If you plan on interviewing at one of our Open House programs or during a personalized visit, please submit your complete application two weeks prior to your visit.
  • Departmental scholarship funds can be applied toward any university charges.

 

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