Each year, the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences awards many scholarships to its students. These awards of several hundred to several thousand dollars honor the recipients and are normally applied to tuition for the following year. Various benefactors of the college, often CEPS alumni, have established endowments that fund these scholarships.
In addition to the CEPS-Industry scholarships, CEPS students are eligible for nearly 100 different scholarships funded by the generous support of alumni, industry and professional groups. While some are based on financial need, many are based on merit alone. Others are targeted to specific fields or N.H. residents. Find out which ones you qualify for!
Every scholarship has a unique set of criteria designated by the benefactor. The criteria can be broad (e.g., student in good standing) or more narrow (e.g., married student with an impressive academic record). Other factors that may be considered include: campus involvement, place of residence, and leadership ability, as well as many others. Most awardees are continuing full-time students with a G.P.A. of at least 3.0.
To be eligible for an award, and to ensure that students are matched appropriately with scholarships, students must complete an online scholarship application. These scholarships are for continuing students only. Emails from the CEPS Office of the Dean have been sent to returning students providing the link to the online scholarship application.
If you will be a first year student in September 2019, you will be eligible to apply for the next scholarship round in 2019. If you still have questions about this process, please see your department advisor.
The Noyce Scholarship supports students who are planning to be science or math teachers in grades 6-12. The support can be for junior, senior and one year of graduate school. We also can provide you with teaching opportunities as an undergraduate, to test your interest in teaching.
The UNH Fellowships Office provides information, counsel, and editorial support to highly motivated students (undergraduates, graduate students, and UNH alumni) applying for national and international fellowships and scholarships. Located in Conant 118A, the Office also assists faculty members who serve as mentors/references, and coordinates campus interviews and nominations.
Office of national fellowships website
The CC2CEPS Scholarship supports students who transfer from a Community College to CEPS to pursue a baccalaureate degree. Up to three years of support is possible for full time student in CEPS at UNH. CC2CEPS Scholars: 1) take a course together which provides academic support, professional development opportunities, and community among the scholars and program mentors, 2) engage in research at UNH and 3) have opportunities for other advising and enrichment activities.