Honors Scholars are encouraged to apply for prestigious national and international fellowships.
Information on Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships and Fellowships
- Nationally Competitive Scholarships for Undergraduate Study - Information on highly competitive and prestigious scholarships.
- National Scholarships and Fellowships for Graduate Study
Please use the links given below. The Honors College has no further information and no application materials.
- National Institutes of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Program
- United Negro College Fund Scholarships
Also offers opportunities through internships with corporations throughout the United States to provide valuable hands-on experience and assist in career development. Different programs have various deadlines.
- The Hispanic Scholarship Fund offers multiple scholarship programs. Each program has different requirements and deadlines. Once you complete your applications, HCF will match you to the scholarship program which fits you best.
- U.S. Department of Homeland Security Health and Science Scholarships
- U.S. citizen as of the application deadline
- in your second year of college attendance as of the application deadline
- must be majoring in a homeland security science, technology, engineering or mathematics (HS-STEM) field which is a STEM field with coursework and/or research relevant to a homeland security research area.
For more information, visit the above website.
- ACEC NJ (American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey) offers scholarships ranging from $1000 - $2000 per year. Qualifications include:
- US citizen
- entering your junior, senior or fifth year, or first graduate year
- majoring in an ABET-accredited engineering program or accredited land-surveying program
- interest and commitment to the business and management of the profession are important.
- EPA National Network for Environmental Management Studies (NNEMS) Fellowship Program
- Fellowships developed and sponsored by EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC and in EPA's 10 regional offices and laboratories throughout the United States. The projects are specifically narrow in scope, allowing students to complete the fellowship while working full-time at EPA during the summer or part-time during the school year. Recipients of NNEMS fellowships receive a stipend based on the student's level of education and the duration and location of the project.
- Categories of projects
- Environmental Policy, Regulation, and Law - Fellowships offered in this category provide students an opportunity to review and evaluate existing policies and regulations, as well as conduct research related to the development of new policies. The projects may include a component that focuses on environmental compliance.
- Environmental Management and Administration
- Environmental Science - Fellowships in this category typically include direct participation in field studies and laboratory research. Environmental policy and regulation review requiring technical expertise is included in the Environmental Policy, Regulation, and Law category.
- Public Relations and Communications - These types of fellowships include the review and analysis of public response to EPA policies and regulations, as well as general public opinion of environmental issues. The projects may include the development of communication tools; for example, pamphlets and informational materials.
- Computer Programming and Development - May include the development of computer software, the development and querying of databases, and the design of programming functions required in laboratory work.
See website for more info and application procedures.