The department encourages all undergraduate majors and minors to frequently check this page to apply for funding opportunities as they become available.
Phyllis Hartrich Memorial Award
Award Amount: Up to $2,000
The Phyllis Hartrich Memorial Award supports independent undergraduate research. This award honors the memory of Phyllis Hartrich, who served for many years as the Undergraduate Coordinator in our department. The research project must be designed and carried out by students in consultation with their advisors. The award is designed to defray expenses directly related to research, including equipment and travel to research sites. No funds will be provided for travel to conferences or for research designed by a faculty member. Awards will be announced at the annual department graduation in May, and will cover expenses for research projects carried out over the subsequent calendar year.
The selection committee will make one or more awards totaling up to $2,000.
Daniel H. Weiskotten Scholarship Fund
Award Amount: $1,000 + 1-year membership in NYSAA
Deadline: March 1, 2021
A student must
The applicant must provide:
The application for this award must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2021. It is advised that materials be sent as early as possible in the event that the committee has questions. All materials are to be sent to Dr. Ellis McDowell-Loudan at the following address.
Dr. Ellis McDowell-Loudan
3 West Academy St.
Mcgraw, NY 13101
No opportunities available at this time. Please check back soon.
The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships puts you into contact with many university, national and international awards that can help to fund your undergraduate career and to build an impressive resume.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers several scholarships to undergraduate students at all levels of their academic career, and for those looking to fund their study abroad and experiential learning opportunities.
CURCA provides a listing of the many research opportunities available throughout the university. Students who work on a CURCA project are eligible to apply for an Undergraduate Research Award.