The College of Arts & Sciences awards a limited number of scholarships each year. Students who have high academic records, meet specific award requirements such as major field of study, and/or have financial need may apply for College of Arts & Sciences support. Awards may or may not be renewable. The application deadline is March 2.
College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships
Aline and Alice Spell Scholarship in the Sciences:
Awarded to undergraduate students who are pursuing a degree in the Sciences in the College of Arts & Sciences (this would include, but is not limited to, Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy). Preference will be given to female students.
Barbara C. Carter and Hal B. Phillips, Jr. scholarship for Math and Science:
Awarded on the basis of academic merit to undergraduate students majoring in mathematical or science-related fields within the College of Arts & Sciences. Financial need is not required but may be considered in selecting recipients.
Bernice Love Stadiem Memorial Scholarship:
Undergraduate students at the University who have chosen to major in liberal arts. Recipients will be chosen primarily on the basis of merit and financial need. Award can be renewed.
Bresko Corrigan Scholarship in Science and Mathematics:
Awarded to full-time undergraduate students in good standing studying in the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geography, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics and Astronomy.
Carter-Phillips College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Scholarship Fund:
Awarded on the basis of academic merit to undergraduate, NC resident majoring in mathematics or related fields, the physical and biological sciences, or other science related majors within CAS. Preference given to students who intend to teach at the secondary school level. Juniors and seniors must be accepted in the School of Education’s Teachers Academy or equivalent program for a teacher license.
Chris Velonis Miller Scholarship:
Full-time undergraduate majoring in a field of study within the College of Arts & Sciences with financial need.
Dilys Bass Stowell Scholarship:
To make higher education possible for students from Roberson County in the College of Arts and Sciences. Recipients will be chosen primarily on the basis of financial need.
Dixie Lee Bryant STAMPS Scholarship:
Students majoring in Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geographic Information Science & Earth Science, Mathematics & Statistics, or Physics & Astronomy; demonstrates financial need.
Gene and Pat Holder Scholarship:
Full-time undergraduate with financial need majoring in a field of study within the College of Arts & Sciences. May be renewed for students in good academic standing with continued financial need.
Laura B. and Christopher C. Tew Physical Science Scholarship:
Talented and deserving undergraduate majoring in Physics or Chemistry and Biochemistry; may be renewed if student maintains satisfactory academic standing and major in physical science.
Mary Motsinger Evans Scholarship in Science and/or Mathematics:
Deserving undergraduate majoring in one of the following disciplines: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, Physics and Astronomy; must demonstrate financial need.
Melissa Wayne Curry Scholarship:
Awarded on the basis of academic achievement to juniors or seniors who are planning to pursue a career in veterinary medicine, with a preference for females born in & residing in NC. Preference will be given to Biology majors, but others may be considered.
Women in Math and Science Scholarship:
Deserving full-time upper-division (junior or senior) woman in good academic standing and seeking a major in Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Mathematics and Statistics, or Physics and Astronomy; preference will be given to qualified North Carolina residents; may be renewed for a second year if student continues to meet all requirements; annual award up to $1000.
To apply for these or any other scholarships please apply today at https://uncg.academicworks.com/
Deadline for the 2020-2021 academic year is March 16, 2020.