2018-2019 Academic Year CELS UNDERGRADUATE DEAN’S SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATION PORTAL
The online application portal will be available Monday, March 5, 2018 through June 4, 2018
You must be a student in the College of the Environment & Life Sciences in order to be considered for a scholarship.
Please review scholarship descriptions below. If you would like to apply for any of these scholarships please complete the online application. You may apply for as many scholarships as you would like. However, please note that you MUST SUBMIT A PERSONALIZED STATEMENT FOR EACH SCHOLARSHIP YOU ARE APPLYING FOR AND INDICATE YOUR SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS AND FINANCIAL NEED FOR EACH SCHOLARSHIP.
Scholarship awards will be posted to the students account from September through October. You can view your account via eCampus. Scholarship recipients will be notified by the end of October.
Contact: Kimberly Anderson, email@example.com, (401) 874-4507, CELS Office of Academic & Student Affairs
|EE38||Brand, Barbara Bradford|
’30 Memorial Scholarship
|Scholarship awarded annually to an undergraduate interested in researching ways to protect the environment.|
|EA98||Cobble, Dr. James W. & Mildred L. Memorial Scholarship||Scholarship in Environmental and Life|
Sciences awarded annually to a senior, junior, or sophomore primarily on the basis of financial need accompanied by evidence of satisfactory progress toward a degree.
|EB60||College of the Environment and Life Sciences Merit Scholarship||Scholarship in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences awarded annually to a deserving student on the basis of merit (3.2 and above).|
|ED95||Owens, Al L. Memorial Scholarship||Scholarship in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences awarded annually on the basis of merit (3.2 and above).|
|EA41||Powell, John E. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund||Scholarship in CELS awarded annually to Junior or Senior students on the basis of worthiness and financial need (Minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA).|
|EG98||Rock, Joseph W. Memorial Scholarship||Provided annually to a deserving student of average academic standing (minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA), enrolled in or accepted to CELS who demonstrates social and leadership promise in a non-academic environment. The recipient may be an undergraduate or graduate student and must demonstrate financial need.|