All students seeking a degree in Applied Climate Science, Environmental Restoration Science, Fisheries & Wildlife, or Water Science and have completed at least 30 credit hours are qualified for all of the School of Natural Resources Scholarships listed below with the completion of the Upper Classman SNR Scholarship Application.
Other School of Natural Resources scholarships may require separate applications forms to be completed. They may also have specific dates that applications need to be submitted.
Scholarships are also offered at the College level for students in natural resource related fields. Click on the links below to learn about these scholarships, application requirements, and deadlines.
Scholarships are also offered at University level, College level, and from outside institutions specifically for students in Natural Resource related fields. Click on the links below to learn about these scholarships, application requirements, and deadlines.
There are many different scholarships offered to natural resource students both regionally and nationally. Click on the links below to learn about these scholarships, application requirements, and deadlines.
School of Natural Resource students have a varity of ways to gain experience doing research. Some students will work or volunteer for a faculty member in a lab, while others can receive funding through University specific programs. Click on the programs below to learn more about past research projects and how to apply.
Fellowships fall into many categories. Some provide funding to support attending graduate school; some others allow students to study or to conduct research overseas to gain practical experience in her/his field of study. While many fellowships are for graduate and PhD students, a few are available for undergraduate study.
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