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SRI Scholarships

Demand for the Science Research Initiative is skyrocketing. More than 150 students have enrolled this year, and we are planning for 300 by fall of 2022.

Experiences in a laboratory-centered, team-based, interdisciplinary environment give students the skills to succeed and access opportunities in high-paying industries.

We know the majority of our students work at least part-time to make ends meet, and it is hard for many of these students to work in the lab instead of picking up hours at their jobs. Our goal is to remove this financial barrier by providing ongoing support for every science student who needs a scholarship.

If you would like to donate to the Science Research Initiative, the College of Science will match your donation dollar-for-dollar up to $50,000. Your donation can go further and help us provide this unique experience to more students.

College

Science Scholarship Fund

Rewarding academic potential in science and mathematics students. (SC03261-40165)

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Dean's Fund

Supporting the immediate needs of the College of Science. (SC03262-40165)

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CSME Support

Center for Science & Math Education - Support community STEM education. (SC22583-40165)

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ACCESS Program

Scholarships and opportunities for underrepresented groups. (SC18032-40165)

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Departments

Biology

A variety of Biology department scholarship and giving opportunities.

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Chemistry

Various Chemistry department giving opportunities.

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Mathematics

Various MathematIcs department giving opportunities.

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Physics & Astronomy

Various Physics & Astonomy department giving opportunities.

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