NASA Idaho Space Grant Scholarship

The NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium Scholarship is available to students pursuing a baccalaureate degree at one of the NASA Idaho Space Grant Consortium member institutions located in the great state of Idaho (list available on website). The student must either be entering or enrolled as a full-time science, math, engineering, or science/math education major. Applicants must have a current cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. The NASA ISGC scholarship is awarded up to $1,000 per academic year. The scholarships are renewable annually upon the completion of program requirements for no more than four academic years. In addition, all applicants must be U.S. citizens. To apply students must submit the following;

• Completed application
• Essay
• Resume
• Letters of support
• Official transcripts
• ACT/SAT scores (if available)
For detailed information and an online application, please visit our website.
http://isgc.uidaho.edu/Information.php?Page=15

To request additional information, contact the ISGC AT (208) 885-6438 or e-mail isgc@uidaho.edu.

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