Awarded to worthy and deserving students majoring in Chemistry with a good academic record that includes a high grade-point average in Chemistry and a high overall GPA.
Several freshman-year-only $1,000 scholarships awarded to Computer Science majors (number of scholarships can vary by academic year). The award is based on high school class rank, courses taken, GPA, honors/awards, and activities. No application is required.
Awarded to a permanent resident of Warren County (Pennsylvania) enrolled in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Preference given to female graduates of Warren Area High School. Consideration is given to financial need. Must attain a 3.0 GPA to maintain scholarship for four years.
Established by a 1972 graduate, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman majoring in a program offered by the Department of Mathematics.
Awarded to an entering freshman from an Indiana County high school who is enrolled in the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. A minimum SAT score of 1100 and a class rank in the top tenth are required. Renewal of scholarship is contingent on maintaining a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average each year.
The Scholarships–Creating Opportunities for Applying Mathematics (S-COAM) project at Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP), while increasing the overall number of students pursuing degrees in mathematics, is unique in its goal of establishing a supportive connection of master’s students with undergraduates through scholarship cohort activities. Each year, need-based scholarship funds support five or six new graduate students from the M.S. in Applied Mathematics program and ten new junior or senior undergraduate students seeking a major or minor in a mathematical area. Application and further information is available on the Mathematics Department website.
This scholarship, created to honor a longtime faculty member at Indiana State Teachers College, benefits outstanding Biology majors interested in some phase of natural history.
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