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Questions about Math scholarships? Contact the SNU Mathematics Department at (405) 491-6364.

Greer, Earl Memorial Endowment

  • Established by the former students, friends and family of Dr. Earl Greer
  • Provides annual funds to underwrite the Greer Mathematics Tutorial Program
  • Applicants must be upper division math majors who are employed as afternoon and/or evening tutors to aid students needing assistance in math related courses
  • Amount varies

Greer, Earl Memorial Scholarship

  • Funded through supplemental earnings from the Earl Greer Memorial Endowment
  • Provides a limited number of awards to math majors
  • Amount - $1,500

Jones, E. Kaye Scholarship

  • Established and funded by E. Kaye Schmidt Jones
  • Restricted to upper-division students - no Freshman eligible
  • Available for students completing a degree in Mathematics or Computer Science in Network Engineering
  • Verifiable financial need
  • Amount varies

Lance, Gary Scholarship

  • Established and funded by friends and former students of Prof. Gary Lance
  • Restricted to full-time Freshman or Sophomores
  • Must be students of promise and/or with a verifiable financial need
  • Pursuing a degree in Mathematics
  • Amount varies

Parker, Beverly McAllister Science and Math Scholarship

  • Established and funded by Robert L. Parker
  • Provides a $2,500 annual award for two years beginning  the junior year to a science or math major that exemplifies SNU's motto of "Character-Culture-Christ"

Science Heritage Math Scholarship

  • Funded through earnings from the SNU Science Heritage Endowment
  • Provides scholarships to math majors
  • Amount varies

 

 

Please note:  All scholarships are available only to traditional students in traditional programs unless otherwise specified.



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