Foundation Scholarship Opportunities
There is currently one foundation scholarship application open! Click on the name
of the scholarship to apply!
GRDA/NSU Scenic Rivers and Watershed Research Fellowship 2022-2023
Deadline: April 25, 2022
Must be a junior or senior. GPA: 2.5
The Research Fellowship Program is designed to allow students to pursue research on the Oklahoma Scenic Rivers and watershed, in the areas of environmental science, aquatic and terrestrial wildlife, water quality, and management. Recipients of the scholarship will be required to locate a research adviser and develop and implement a research project with the help of NSU faculty and GRDA staff members. Students must register for the GRDA Scenic Rivers Research credit each semester. Students will also be required to present their research at least one local/ regional conference and at NSU Undergraduate Research Day during the spring semester.
The majority of our Foundation Scholarships are applied for when you fill out a general scholarship application each academic year. If any become available that require a separate application we will send out an email and post the information here.
If you have any questions about the scholarships, applications, or requirements, please
contact the Scholarship Office. Please do not contact the donors directly, as IRS regulations and federal law prevent
them from being involved in the selection of scholarship recipients.
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