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If you have any questions about the college-level scholarships listed below, you can contact Anne Green at email@example.com or (940) 369-5701.
$4,000-$5,000: Frank C. Spencer Rural Student Scholarship
A scholarship supporting undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a degree program within the College of Science who demonstrate financial need. Students who come from any "highly rural" county in Texas are preferred, but if no applicant meets this criteria, any student who graduated from a Texas public high school outside of the DFW metroplex is eligible. Learn more about this scholarship or apply for it online.
$1,000-$2,000: The Joann Peters Scholarship
$1,000: The Alma Blount Monticino Scholarship
A scholarship supporting COS students enrolled full time in a degree program within the College of Science and with a major leading to a professional career in the health care field upon graduation academic promise. Student will demonstrate financial need determined by completing FAFSA/TASFA. Apply for this scholarship online.
$1,000: The Herbert and Mary Lee Wiist Texas Rural High School Scholarship
A scholarship supporting students enrolled full-time in any major within the College of Science, with priority to graduates of Petrolia High School or those from high school graduating classes of fewer than 100 people. Apply for this scholarship online.
$1,000: The Students Helping Students Scholarship
The SHS Scholarship is funded by gifts made by College of Science majors just before their graduation to commemorate their time at UNT. Their generous donations make it possible for the Dean's Office to grant $1000 to an incoming student following in their footsteps. Learn more about this scholarship (link to page with copy below), make a gift to the Students Helping Students campaign, or apply for it online.
$1,000: The Zhibing Hu Scholarship
$500-$1000: The John A. Altermann III and Katherine M. Bradford Scholarship
A scholarship supporting graduate students in Sciences and Mathematics. It is awarded to a graduate student in either Biology, Chemistry, Math or Physics, rotating the departments every four years beginning with Chemistry in 2008. Learn more about this scholarship or apply for it online.