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The Department of Geosciences has scholarships available for both incoming freshmen and continuing students. To apply for these scholarships, and others complete the FHSU online Scholarship Application.
Additional FHSU Departmental and Geosciences Related Scholarships Download or print a listing of scholarships available for the 2014-2015 school year.
Thanks to generous donors we have three NEW scholarships this year, the Caprez Family Geology Scholarship, Christopher Schmid Geology Scholarship, & Trilobite Testing Geology Scholarship. Check out the list of scholarships available to see if you qualify for these or our other scholarships.
Note: Scholarship application priority deadline for is November 15th, final deadline is February 15th. Some scholarships require an additional application form to be completed as part of the application process, please check these secondary applications for additional deadlines. Please read the descriptions of each scholarship carefully to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications before submitting an application.
A limited number of scholarships are available for students majoring in Geology or Geography. Other scholarships that can be added to departmental scholarships for incoming Freshmen are FHSU's Award of Excellence scholarships ($500 or $900 depending on your ACT scores [21-23 and 24+ respectively]; as well as FHSUs Gold/Silver/Bronze/Copper Awards $1200/$800/$700/$500 - again per year and tied to ACT scores 28+/24-27/22-23/21 respectively. The Silver + Gold and Hispanic scholarships are renewable each year for students meeting criteria.
If you have any questions, please contact the Geosciences Department: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (785) 628-5389.
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