STEM students have access to selected scholarships at GSU. Please apply if you qualify.
TRIO SSS: The goal of SSS is to increase retention and graduation rates of college students who demonstrate academic need and who are either first-generation, and/or low income, and/or have a documented disability. Individual and group tutoring, career development, financial aid assistance. Please see the link here for details.
NCR Scholarships: For students in Computer Science and Computer Information Science. Funded by the NCR Corporation. For information, contact Dr. Return to Directory
Kebina Manandhar, firstname.lastname@example.org.
S-STEM Scholarships: This program provides financial, academic, and professional development support to juniors, and seniors majoring in Biology, Chemistry or Neuroscience. Funded by the National Science Foundation. Please see the link here for details and expectations.
IMSD Scholarships: The IMSD program at GSU invites applications on an annual basis from undergraduate students, mainly targeting individuals from underrepresented groups majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Neuroscience, or Psychology. Please see the website IMSD Scholarshipshere for details and expectations.
LSAMP Scholarships: The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation is a fellowship program for undergraduate students majoring in the sciences. The goal is to increase the numbers of underrepresented minority students who are planning to enter STEM graduate programs. Preference is given to students involved in research projects. Please see the link here for details and expectations.
Goldwater Scholarships: The most prestigious of the national undergraduate STEM scholarships. Undergraduate research in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) leading to the Ph.D. Duration: 1-2 years of support/$7,500 per year. For more information visit the GSU Goldwater Scholarship webpage here. It is not necessary to be in the Honors College to apply.