Your work could lead to innovation, new cures and amazing discoveries!
If we can send a rover to Mars with a smooth landing, certainly there must be a way to send young adults to college affordably. Our list of scholarships for science students will lead you toward that solution.
As a student interested in science, your mind will become an extremely powerful and influential tool. Whether you become a lead researcher at a Biotech company, an anthropologist or NASA employee, your work could lead to innovation, new cures and amazing discoveries.
Launch your educational career with the science scholarships listed below!
Science Scholarship Results
14 Matching Scholarships
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Deadline: March 31 | Amount: $5,000
American Orchid Society
Deadline: December 31 | Amount: $1,000-$3,000
Association for Women in Science
Deadline: Varies | Amount: $10,000
Astronaut Scholarship Foundation
Deadline: February 28 | Amount: $2,000 to $25,000
General Motors (GM) Foundation
Deadline: January 31 | Amount: $200-$5,000
Deadline: Varies | Amount: $7,500-$100,000
Intel Corporation and Science Service
Deadline: March 31 | Amount: $1,000 plus travel expenses
Deadline: Varies | Amount: $1,000
American Academy of Neurology
Deadline: January 20 | Amount: $4,000-$7,500
Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation
Deadline: September 30 | Amount: $1,000-$100,000
Deadline: February 17 | Amount: $2,000
Society of Physics Students
Deadline: July 1 | Amount: $5,000
Council for the Advancement of Science Writing (CASW)
Deadline: April 30 | Amount: $5,000
Deadline: March 1 | Amount: Up to $2,500
American Museum of Natural History