Departmental awards and scholarships are presented by the aGES faculty at the department's annual awards banquet in April.
To be eligible for these merit-based awards, a student must be taking a full-time load of aGES courses and be making reasonable progress toward graduation. Substantial factors in determining scholarship and award winners are enthusiasm, academic achievement, and promise as a professional. Definitions of academic class (i.e. freshman, sophomore, etc.) are those specified in the Undergraduate Bulletin. Please note that several of these scholarships require applications; check the AGES Internships, Scholarships, and Jobs database for more information on upcoming due dates, eligibility, etc.
aGES gives a number of scholarships to Geology and Environmental Science majors. The number of scholarships and the amount that is awarded varies year-to-year due to variations in the output of the endowment.
aGES gives a number of awards to Geology and Environmental Science majors. The awards are presented at the spring banquet. Awards vary year-to-year, but usually include some sort of appropriate prize.
aGES has several outeach and tutoring opportunities for majors.
Consider scholarships and grant funding offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of Student Research, and the University as a whole.
Nationally competitive scholarships