North Dakota Space Grant Consortium Scholarships
Each year NDSCG provides funds for scholarships at each of the two year public and tribal colleges in the state.
Applicants must be citizens of the United States who are enrolled in an undergraduate program at a tribal or public two or four year institution of higher education in North Dakota. The degree program should be in the areas of science, mathematics or engineering.
The amount of money available for scholarships varies by college. The Office of Financial Aid at each college will determine the number of scholarships awarded. Students at UND and NDSU are not eligible for these scholarships.
Primary selection criteria are:
1) academic excellence (a minimum grade point of 3.00 is required); and 2) relevance of the student’s discipline and interests to mathematics, science and engineering.
Applicants should submit the following to their respective Office of Financial Aid:
- a completed application form
- a letter of recommendation from at least one faculty member
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