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When watching “The Big Bang Theory,” do you understand everything Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hofstadter talk about? If so, perhaps you have a future in science. Much like the popular theoretical and experimental physicists portrayed on TV, real life scientists can vary just as much as their fields of study. Students who plan to study biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, or environmental sciences can pursue fields in research, teaching, experiments, and more! The one thing all science majors do have in common is that they’ll need to pay for college. With a growing need, along with a high level of academic coursework, there are several organizations, schools, and science scholarships offered for those pursuing a future in science. You won’t need a microscope to find them, either. Take our Scholarship Match Quiz to get personalized results for you. We’ve listed scholarships for science majors right here; so search and apply today!

Larson Aquatic Support Scholarship (LARS)

This award is available for U.S. students who are currently enrolled in a graduate program and majoring in chemistry. Applicants must plan to pursue a career in the water supply industry.
Award Amount

Total:  $24000

Awards:  2

Deadline

Deadline:  January 20

Berntsen International Scholarship in Surveying

This award is for U.S. and international undergraduate students who are majoring in surveying or surveying technology. Students planning to graduate prior to December 2018 are not eligible. Please note: The award for two-year students is offered only in even-numbered years.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

AAGS Joseph F. Dracup Scholarship

This award is for U.S. and international undergraduate students who are enrolled in a four-year degree program in surveying (or in closely related degree programs, such as geomatics or surveying engineering). Students who will graduate prior to December 2018 are not eligible.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

NSPS Scholarship

This award is for international and U.S. undergraduate students enrolled full time in a four-year surveying degree program. Students planning to graduate prior to December 2017 are not eligible.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

Nettie Dracup Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for U.S. students enrolled in a four-year geodetic surveying degree program at an ABET-accredited institution. Students must be enrolled full time.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

NSPS Fellows Scholarship

This award is for U.S. undergraduate students with junior standing or higher who are pursuing a four-year degree in surveying and mapping, geodesy, or geographic information sciences. Students planning to graduate prior to December 2017 are not eligible.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

James M. and Virginia M. Smyth Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is open to U.S. undergraduate students who are majoring in the arts/sciences, human services, music, or ministry. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and demonstrate financial need. Preference will be given to applicants from Missouri, Mississippi, Georgia, Illinois, Oklahoma, Texas, and Tennessee.
Award Amount

Total:  $8000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

Tech High School Alumni Assoc./W.O. Cheney Merit Scholarship

This scholarship is available to Georgia high school seniors who have a grade point average of 3.0 or rank in the top 15 percent of their class, and have an SAT score of 1300 or higher. Students must plan to major in engineering, the physical sciences, or mathematics.
Award Amount

Total:  $80000

Awards:  4

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

Lowell H. and Dorothy Loving Undergraduate Scholarship

This scholarship is open to U.S. and international junior and senior students who are pursuing a four-year degree at a university or college in the United States. The student’s program must include a basic course in surveying as well as courses from at least two of the following areas: land surveying; geometric geodesy; photogrammetry/remote sensing; or analysis and design of spatial management systems.
Award Amount

Total:  $2000

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 22

David G. Casavan Memorial Scholarship Fund

The David G. Casavan Memorial Scholarship Fund is available for graduating high school seniors and undergraduate students who reside in Ventura County. Applicants must be majoring in engineering, math or science at a California community college or university.
Award Amount

Total:  $700

Awards:  1

Deadline

Deadline:  January 29