Computer Information Science (CIS), Computer Information Technology (CIT), Mathematics (MATH), or Computer Engineering (CPE) Major.
Citizens or nationals of the United States, aliens admitted as refugees, or aliens lawfully admitted for permanent residence.
Merit criteria and financial need.
Amount: Freshmen – up to $10,000 and renewable for up to 4 years. Transfers – up to $8,000 and renewable for up to 2 years.
Required fields in the form: Personal Information, Educational Information, Other Items (Resume & Essay), and Verification
Essay: In no less than one-half, but no more than one single spaced, typed (12 pt Times New Roman Font) page, describe your career goals (as completely as you can), and how these career goals make you an appropriate recipient for a NASA Space Grant Scholarship. Discuss in terms of the branch of science you are pursuing, the highest degree you will seek, and how these goals align with the mission of NASA.
Do not submit letter of recommendation.
Do not submit research project title and description. Application Form
Mathematics Major or Engineering Minor (Divided between Math, Engineering, Chemistry and Nursing)
US born resident of Eastern Panhandle
Amount: $250 - $300 each
Computer Science Major
Amount: $500 - $1,000
Entering Freshman, renewable for three more years.
Scholastic ability (including high school grade point average, and either ACT or SAT test scores), extra curricular activities, leadership potential (combined with character and sportsmanship.
Amount: $1,800 - $2,000 per year for four years.
Eastern Panhandle Resident
Mathematics Major with 3.0 GPA, or Upper 1/4 of HS graduating class for freshman
Good citizenship or character
Financial need considered, not primary