CAS Trust Scholarship Program

The objective of the scholarship is to further students' interest in the property/casualty actuarial profession and encourage pursuit of the CAS designations. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of individual merit. The CAS Trust Scholarship Program will award up to three scholarships to deserving students for the 2014-2015 academic year. First place will receive a $10,000 scholarship, and Second and Third Place if chosen will each be awarded a $5,000 scholarship.


The CAS Trust Scholarship Program is available to U.S. or Canadian citizens, or those who have a permanent resident visa. Applicants must be admitted as a full-time student to a U.S. or Canadian college or university. An applicant must have demonstrated high scholastic achievement and strong interest in mathematics or a mathematics-related field. Preference will be given to applicants who have passed an actuarial exam and who have not yet won either this or another Society of Actuaries or Casualty Actuarial Society scholarship.

An application is considered complete when it includes:
-The 4-page CAS Trust Scholarship application and attached essay.
-The 2 recommendation letters included in this application, preferably completed by internship supervisors, instructors and/or advisors at your educational institution who know you well. Only 2 recommendation letters will be considered.
-A current official transcript.

Completed applications are due by March 3rd and applicants will be notified of award decisions by May 16th. For more information, please visit our website.

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