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Thermo Fisher Scientific STEM Freshmen Scholarship Application

Application Overview

This application is for incoming freshmen with financial need interested in in pursuing a STEM related field of study in any of the following: computer science, chemistry or biochemistry, biology or molecular biology, mathematics, AMEP, geology or geophysics. The application require short essays be completed as well as the submission of a strong recommendations from a science or math instructor.

General Open Dates

November 17 - February 25

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Scholarships Descriptions
Thermo Fisher Scientific provides multi-year awards to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need, who are pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Geophysics, Geology, and/or Mathematics.
Thermo Fisher Scientific provides multi-year awards to high achieving incoming freshmen with financial need, who are pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Molecular Biology, Geophysics, Geology, and/or Mathematics.
Recipients must be incoming freshmen with exceptional academic credentials, financial need, planning to be enrolled full-time in the College of Letters & Science and pursuing degrees in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Geology, Geophysics, Mathematics, Molecular Biology, and/or Physics. Completed applications are evaluated using donor criteria and the College of Letters & Science criteria (academic excellence, community service, leadership, diversity, strength of character, and creative accomplishment). Successful applicants should also have strong recommendations and well written essays and demonstrate exceptional ability and potential in the designated fields of study.
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.