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Ohio Environmental Science & Environmental Engineering Scholarship

The Ohio Academy of Science has received a grant from the Ohio Environmental Education Fund (OEEF) to establish the Ohio Environmental Science and Environmental Engineering Scholarship Program. The projected three year program cost is $150,000. These merit-based, non-renewable scholarships will fulfill the OEEF objective of "Providing scholarships in environmental science and environmental engineering at State colleges and universities" as outlined in House Bill 804 which established the OEEF on October 1, 1990.


Scholarships will be given to Ohio students admitted to state or private colleges and universities who can demonstrate their knowledge and commitment to careers in environmental sciences or environmental engineering. These scholarships will provide partial support for the last few quarters or semesters needed to complete a degree. Initially, a maximum of 10 university scholarships each valued at a maximum of $2,500 and a maximum of 10 community and technical college scholarships each valued at a maximum of $1,250 will be awarded. These scholarships will be limited to fourth- or fifth-year students at colleges and universities and second year students at technical and community colleges.

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