The College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics offer several scholarships for students in the various disciplines of the college. To apply for these scholarships, students should complete the UCA Foundation Scholarship Application. The application is open from January 9, 2017 to March 10, 2017.
Department of Chemistry
- E.E. Cordrey Scholarship – For entering freshmen planning to major in chemistry.
Department of Computer Science
- Computer Science Student Scholarship – For a full-time student majoring in Computer Science. Financial need may be considered.
- Richard and Terri Harper Jordan Scholarship – For full-time female student seeking a degree in Computer Science with a cumulative GPA of 2.75. Financial need may be considered.
Department of Mathematics
- O. L. Hughes Mathematics Scholarship – For full-time entering freshmen majoring in mathematics. Selection based on integrity, character and academic seriousness. Preference given to Camden High School graduates.
Department of Physics and Astronomy
- O. M. Prince Physics and Astronomy Department Scholarship – For entering freshmen majoring in physics. Selection based on academic performance.
- Heather Woolverton Memorial Scholarship -For full-time female students majoring in physics. Selection based an ACT of 24 or above and a minimum GPA of 2.75. Consideration may be given to financial need.
- Joe E. and Vada Russell Scholarship – For pre-dental students. Selection based on scholarly ability with consideration given to financial need.
- Willard & Pat Walker Bachelor of Science in Education Scholarship Fund – Eligible students are those pursuing degrees in the life sciences or physical sciences leading to K-12 teaching licensure. Minimum GPA of 2.75 or above. Consideration may be given to financial need.
UCA Robert Noyce Scholars Program
Summer internships for freshmen and sophomores majoring in physics, mathematics, chemistry, or biology:
- Room and Board on campus during the 10-week summer session.
- A scholarship to cover the cost of a 1-hour summer course on science learning.
- $2,000 to work 20 hours per week on a research project with a faculty member.
- $1,500 during the following fall and spring semesters each to work as a learning assistant in your home department.
Scholarships for juniors and seniors majoring in physics, mathematics, chemistry, or biology
What is included?
- Scholarship covering:
- Tuition and Fees for up to 15 credit hours
- Funds for Room and Board equivalent to a room in Bear Hall and a Total Access Meal Plan.
- Support extending beyond the degree to the classroom from a nationwide community of Noyce Scholars.