AGES Internship/Scholarship Database
Be sure to check the AGES Internship/Scholarship Database regularly - it is updated as soon as we receive information about a new scholarship opportunity (both App State scholarships as well as nationally competitive scholarships).
The database is divided into tabs for Scholarships, Internships, Jobs, and Research Opportunities. You must be logged in with your @appstate.edu email to view this database.
Other Appalachian State University Funding and Awards:
College of Arts and Sciences SAFE Fund
The College of Arts and Sciences provides funding help cover student research or travel costs through the Student And Faculty Excellence (SAFE) Fund. Funding in the amount of $100 to $500 can be used to help students pay for travel to present at conferences or professional workshops, purchase research equipment/supplies, or travel to conduct research. This funding is meant to supplement existing funding, so other revenue sources are expected to be provided before applying. There are two review cycles (fall and spring) where applications are due on the first Monday of October (fall) and February (spring). For more information and how to apply, click here.
College of Arts and Sciences Scholarships
Consider scholarships offered by the College. Visit the college website to see qualifications for each scholarship offered. For questions or more information, contact Dr. Michael Madritch (email@example.com), Associate Dean or visit College of Arts and Sciences scholarships.
Sally A. Callegari Memorial Scholarship for Gender Diversity in Animal Studies
Drs. Joanne Smith and Don R. Brannon Scholarship for Natural Sciences
Richard A. Thomas Memorial Scholarship for Arts and Sciences
Jonathan K. Perryman Memorial Scholarship for the Sciences
GlaxoSmithKline Women in Science Scholarships
The Peggy Harmon Shore Pre-Health Care Professional Endowed Scholarship
Honors College Special Research Grants
The Honors College supports student research, scholarship, and creative activity for University or Departmental Honors students. These funds are available to students to help offset costs incurred to: acquire equipment or supplies, travel to collect data or conduct research activities, or other professional development activities. Eligibility requires students be: in good academic standing in and making progress toward graduating with University and/or Departmental Honors, submit a detailed project description and budget justification, and be willing to share your findings/story with the Honors College for potential announcements or promotion of your work. Read more about the application process and other funding opportunities through the University Honors webpage here.
Office of Student Research Travel Grants
The Office of Student Research (OSR) provides limited funding for students to travel to present at meetings or conferences. Students must be the lead presenter in order to apply for an OSR grant. Travel grants can be used to pay for costs such as: registration, abstract fees, or travel (mileage, lodging, meals) to the meeting. Students must apply for OSR Travel grants in the grant cycle prior to the month you are traveling. For more information and how to apply, click here.