19 Undergraduate Scholarships for Mathematics Students 2019

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While friends and family for the first time would ask: “Math as a course, how do you do it?”

The degree of mathematics is actually very useful and versatile. This cannot just be from a high school teacher to a CIA cryptologist with a mathematical degree. This is only a part of a variety of profitable and interesting career opportunities expected from mathematics degree.

Even if you plan to pursue a career in business, technology or other sectors with high interest, you still have to solve the problem of math education.

Fortunately, there are a number of mathematical scholarship options available for majors that you can win besides federal support and federal scholarships and colleges of mathematics (in the end, mathematics is quite an intellectual group in general).

High school students who yearn for study in mathematics or related fields can take advantage of a variety of scholarships in mathematics, and science. National scholarships are awarded by the NAACP and the National Science Foundation.

Universities such as the University of Illinois at Chicago and the University of California San Diego also offer awards.

Below are a few of math scholarships available. To view  more math scholarships, and as well as awards based on your other unique, and conserved characteristics, conduct a free scholarship search on www.worldscholarshipforum.com

1AICP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Deadline: June 3rd

This scholarship started in 1985, the Association of Insurance Compliance Professionals (AICP) gives three tuition scholarships of $1,500 twice each year to undergraduate and graduate students who plan to work in the insurance industry.

Eligible majors include actuarial mathematics, economics, finance, and mathematics, statistics, and risk management. Winners must take at least two courses at accredited U.S. school with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher throughout the funding cycle.

Contact

AICP Scholarship Program

12100 Sunset Hills Road Suite 130

Reston, VA 20190

(703) 234-4074

aicp@aicp.net

Scholarship Link

2BARRY M. GOLDWATER SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: January 27th

In respect of his 30-year tenure with the U.S. Senate, the Congress invented the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship to provide $7,500 annually. As one of the most competed for math scholarships, the scholarship only accepts full-time sophomores and juniors holding a minimum 3.0 GPA at accredited two- and four-year institutions.

The United States citizens must be pursuing research careers in mathematics, engineering, or natural sciences, including physics, geology, and psychology.

Contact

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

6225 Brand Avenue Suite 215

Springfield, VA 22150

(703) 756-6012

goldwater@scholarshipamerica.org

Scholarship Link

3BERNARD HARRIS MATH AND SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: April 15th

Propagated by ExxonMobil, the famous Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship grants $5,000 annually to two male and two female minority students who are accepted into four-year bachelor’s programs under mathematics, science, and engineering.

Qualification criteria  requires self-identifying as African American or even Hispanic, being a graduating seniors in a Council of Great City School, displaying academic achievement with an unweighted high GPA above 3.0, and being active in community service, and other required criteria.

Contact

Bernard Harris Math and Science Scholarship

1330 Post Oak Blvd. Suite 2550

Houston, TX 77056

(713) 877-1731

info@theharrisfoundation.org

Scholarship Link

4CLAUDE B. HART MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: April 1st

Winston Salem Foundation (WSF) in the North Carolina administers the Claude B. Hart Memorial Scholarship to recognize college bound seniors at Elkin High School who have chosen fields in mathematics, computer science, or engineering.

Winner earns $1,000 yearly for $4,000 total to afford attending accredited senior U.S. colleges. Qualified 12th graders must need financial assistance, demonstrate academic promise with a 2.5 GPA or better CGPA, and show leadership in school and community involvement.

Contact

Claude B. Hart Memorial Scholarship

334 Elk Spur Street

Elkin, NC 28621

(336) 725-2382

mwhitaker@wsfoundation.org

Scholarship Link

5CURTIS E. HUNTINGTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: June 16th

Majors in mathematics could earn $2,000 from Actuarial Foundation through the Curtis E. The Huntington Memorial Scholarship, which respects and honours the Life Insurance VP who happily served as head till 2013.

It is reserved for full-time college seniors with outstanding mathematically ability and a minimum 3.0 GPA who have passed at least one SOA actuarial exam to pursue this risk management profession. There is the Actuary of Tomorrow Scholarship or Caribbean Scholarship available.

Contact

Curtis E. Huntington Memorial Scholarship

475 North Martingdale Road Suite 600

Schaumburg, IL 60173

(847) 706-3535

Scholarships@ActFnd.org

Scholarship Link

6FRANCIS J. FLYNN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: March 15th

Devoted and committed to preparing “Better Men and women for a Better World,” the Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity contributes over $400,000 yearly through scholarship funds, which includes the Francis J. Flynn Memorial Scholarship.

For Each Spring, this program seeks active TKE members who are earning bachelor’s degrees in mathematics or/and education with a average 2.75 GPA. Favour, and concentration is given to Tekes from the Theta-Sigma Chapter at St. John’s University, but any chapter leaders are welcome to apply.

Contact

Francis J. Flynn Memorial Scholarship

7439 Woodland Drive Suite 100

Indianapolis, IN 46278

(317) 872-6533

tkeogc@tke.org

Scholarship Link

7GEOFFREY R. LAIRD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: February 1st

Community Foundation of Northern Illinois (CFNIL) started the Geoffery R. Laird Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 to appreciate the Boylan High School senior who tragically died at seventeen.

Eligible men must be 23 years old or younger, reside in Winnebago County, and plan to enter a four-year college, chase a major in math or science, excel with a cumulative GPA above 3.0, and have a need for financial assistance.

Applicants must include a 500-word essay in their documents, highlighting obstacles that the students have overcome.

Contact

Geoffrey R. Laird Memorial Scholarship

946 North Second Street

Rockford, IL 61107

(815) 962-2110

info@cfnil.org

Scholarship Link

8KIA MOTORS AMERICA STEM SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: March 9th

The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) merged with Kia Motors America to give out a $5,000 STEM Scholarship for underrepresented minorities who are in to studying math, chemistry, physics, statistics, engineering, computer science, biology, and related fields.

To be eligible, candidates must attend UNCF affiliated colleges like Morehouse and Wilberforce, reach junior or senior status, hold United States citizenship, and carry a minimum no lesd “B” average. Attention is given to permanent residents of California.

Contact

Kia Motors America STEM Scholarship

1805 Seventh Street NW

Washington, DC 20001

(202) 810-0258

ambre.reed@uncf.org

Scholarship Link

9MARY RHEIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: March 1st

As national mathematics society, Mu Alpha Thet gives the Mary Rhein Memorial Scholarship for $5,000 annually to remember the protracted Ohio math teacher’s 22-year leadership.

Qualified winners must be graduating high school seniors or community college transfers, excel in math, act as chapter ambassadors, and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Other grants for math majors include Kalin Award, the Paul R. Goodney Scholarship, and the Sallie Scudder Memorial Scholarship.

Contact

Mary Rhein Memorial Scholarship

3200 Marshall Avenue Suite 190

Norman, OK 73019

(405) 325-7184

matheta@ou.edu

Scholarship Link

10Mathcounts Alumni Scholarship

Deadline: March 14th

This opportunity is valued at $3,000, Mathcounts Foundation’s Alumni Scholarship is awarded annually to outstanding high school seniors who participated in the program during sixth, seventh, or eighth grade.

Qualified alumnus must be pursuing an associate or bachelor’s, matriculate full-time at accredited U.S. colleges, must be taking at least one or more math courses, must participate in The National Math Club, and write a maximum 1,000-word essay about the impact of their Mathcounts education.

Contact

MATHCOUNTS Alumni Scholarship

1420 King Street

Alexandria, VA 22314

(703) 299-9006

scholarship@mathcounts.org

Scholarship Link

11MATH IN MOSCOW SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: March 30th

The U.S.  Mathematical Society (AMS) offers the Math in Moscow Scholarship for $10,600 yearly to send U.S. citizens abroad to Russia for semester long, and mathematically intensive programs.

Five winners are chosen to study at the Independent University of Moscow, Higher School of Economics, or a Moscow Center for Continuous Mathematical Education yearly.  Feasible applicants must be skilled problem solvers majoring in mathematics or computer science at accredited American based institutions.

Contact

Math in Moscow Scholarship

201 Charles Street

Providence, RI 02904

(401) 455-4000

smr@ams.org

Scholarship Link

12MUTUAL OF OMAHA ACTUARIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Deadline: October 20th

As Fortune five hundred (500) mutual insurance firm headquartered in Nebraska, Mutual of Omaha gives several $5,000 Actuarial Scholarships in bid to encourage minority students of African American, Hispanic, Native American, or Asian root to become certified actuaries.

Qualified full-time undergraduates must attain 24+ college credits, must pursue a math-related major, must sustain a minimum overall GPA of 3.4, and pass at minimum one SOA actuarial exam.

Final people are entered for a paid summer internship in Omaha too.

Contact

Mutual of Omaha Actuarial Scholarships

3300 Mutual of Omaha Plaza

Omaha, NE 68175

(800) 205-8193

Scholarship Link

13NCTM MATHEMATICS COURSE WORK SCHOLARSHIPS

Deadline: November 3rd

This opportunity is endowed by the Dale Seymour Fund, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) provides the

Mathematics Course Work grant opportunity for $3,200 to certified students helping to work  in Grades PreK-5, Grades 6-8, or Grades 9-12.

The benefit covers graduate-level and undergraduates education programs where emphasis is placed on mathematics content.

Eligible students, and educators must be current NCTM members, must also have three or more years of classroom experience, and also submit a principal’s recommendation.

Contact

NCTM Mathematics Course Work Scholarships

1906 Association Drive

Reston, VA 20191

(800) 235-7566

nctm@nctm.org

Scholarship Link

14PAYZER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Deadline: February 2nd

The Experience Aircraft Association (EAA) always helps students’ dreams take flight with nine annual scholarships, which includes the Payzer Family Scholarship Fund. For this huge $5,000 merit-based award, applicants must be enrolled at an accredited U.S. institution for study in engineering, mathematics, or physical/biological sciences.

Contest candidates will be graduating high school seniors, have a minimum 2.0 GPA, pursue careers portraying technical information for aviation, and involvement in community service efforts.

Contact

Payzer Family Scholarship Fund

3000 Poberezny Road

Oshkosh, WI 54902

(920) 426-4800

membership@eaa.org

Scholarship Link

15PHIL GUZA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: April 15th

Invented to honor an Aon client specialist who passed away in the World Trade Center attacks on September 11, 2011, Phil Guza Memorial Scholarship gives $1,000 to $3,000 yearly to deserving students entering higher education.

This funding helps college bound high school seniors pursue baccalaureate study in mathematics or in science.

Concentration is given to students at Phil’s alma mater, Abraham Lincoln High School in Philadelphia. Note not to forget to attach an SAT/ACT score, recommendation letter, and 500-word personal essay.

Contact

Phil Guza Memorial Scholarship

40 Booth Street

North Andover, MA 01845

info@philguzamemorial.org

Scholarship Link

16 REUBEN H. FLEET MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: February 1st

San Diego Foundation gives over $2.3 million yearly through 160 funds, including scholarships for mathematics like the Reuben H. Fleet Memorial Scholarship. Getting this $5,000 award requires a stay California’s San Diego County, and attending a four-year university in the United States, also holding at least 54 semester or 72 quarter credits, declaring a STEM related major, and obtaining a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher, and exhausting 100+ hours of meaningful community service.

Contact

Reuben H. Fleet Memorial Scholarship

1420 Kettner Blvd. Suite 500

San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 402-1827

scholarships@sdfoundation.org

Scholarship Link

17SISTER MARY PETRONIA VAN STRATEN SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: March 1st

Wisconsin Mathematics Council, Inc. created the Sister Mary Petronia Van Straten Scholarship to present $2,000 yearly in honor of a Mount Mary College who motivated young mathematicians for 36 years.

Qualified recipients must reside in “America’s Dairyland,” must be enroll in a public or private teacher preparation program in Wisconsin, and have completed 16+ credits of math courses, hold a cumulative GPA surpassing 3.0, and also intend to teach mathematics at the elementary or secondary level.

Contact

Sister Mary Petronia Van Straten Scholarship

N11117 Stonewood Drive Suite 204

Germantown, WI 53022

(262) 437-0174

awardsWMEF@gmail.com

Scholarship Link

18TMCF/WELLS FARGO SCHOLARSHIP

Deadline: May 6th

This scholarship amounts $3,500 for a semester or $7,000 yearly,  Wells Fargo Scholarship from the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) selects hypers who are pursuing majors, and courses in business, finance, math, accounting, statistics, and relevant fields.

Eligible applicants should and would be studying at one of America’s public HBCUs full-time, have U.S. citizenship or legal residency, show leadership ability, maintain a minimum not less that“B” average, and have unmet financial need on the FAFSA form.

Contact

TMCF/Wells Fargo Scholarship

901 F Street NW Suite 300

Washington, DC 20004

(202) 507-4851

info@tmcf.org

Scholarship Link

19 WALDEMAR J. TRJITZINSKY MEMORIAL AWARDS

Deadline: None

This is since 1991, it’s a longtime the American Mathematical Society (AMS) has embedded the Waldemar J. The Trjitzinsky

Memorial Awards for $3,000 apiece to assist undergraduates who are in sadness of not completing their bachelor’s degree in mathematics or for financial reasons. The AMS randomly selects institutional members by regions to gift these one-time awards to needy young mathematicians.

And unlike most mathematics scholarships, there’s no application on the basis students are spotted by their department chair.

Contact

Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Memorial Awards

201 Charles Street

Providence, RI 02904

(401) 455-4000

prof-serv@ams.org

Scholarship Link

 

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