Summer Scholarships available at weber.edu/summer!
The College of Science provides a variety of scholarships on a competitive basis for qualifying students. Premedical Professional students who are not majoring in the College of Science should contact their major's college and/or department for other scholarship opportunities.
STEP 1: Update your personal information with the FAFSA/Scholarship Office. FAFSA opens October 1, 2019, FAFSA Priority Deadline: April 1, 2020.
Current WSU College of Science Students
Submit all desired COS scholarship applications (see instructions below) by the deadline: 3:00 p.m. Friday, February 7th.
Incoming WSU College of Science Freshman
Visit the WEST Scholarship site for details on an available STEM 4-year scholarship.
Interested in Geosciences? Visit the GETUP opportunities.
STEP 3: Contact your Department and other scholarship resources for other opportunities early each year.
The College of Science Application Instructions:
Students may apply for multiple scholarships. The files below list the specific criteria and application for each of the "active" scholarships within the College of Science. Students should print the complete file of each desired scholarship and follow the noted instructions on the forms. Please note that applications should be typed and not handwritten. Please do not put the application(s) in a binder, folder or sheet protector. By completing the application awarded students are agreeing to have their name posted on the College of Science web and various printed materials. If the student does not want their name publicized they must note it on each application. This will not affect the awarding of scholarships.
The application(s) should be returned to TY 470 by 3:00 pm on Friday, February 7th. After the deadline, the information will not be updated until the following year in January and should be reviewed again for updates.
Applications are downloadable by clicking the "PDF" or "Word" link as indicated. Click the name, where applicable, for information regarding the scholarship donor.