Maryland Space Grant Consortium
2016-2017 Scholarship Application
The Maryland Space Grant Consortium was established in 1989 under NASA's National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program.
One of the goals of the Maryland Space Grant Consortium is to offer financial support to Maryland students who are attending (or planning to attend) an affiliate institution who need financial support and who wish to pursue a career in math, science, engineering, or technolog, that is related to aerospace or will lead to an aerospace career.
Awardees must be U.S. citizens enrolled as full-time students at a Maryland Consortium campus. Consortium campuses include: The Johns Hopkins University, Morgan State University, Towson University, University of Maryland College Park, University of Maryland Baltimore County, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and Capitol Technology University.
Awards vary and must be used for the following educational expenses (tuition, books, fees and room and board).
- Application to, or enrollment in, an affiliate institution of the Maryland Space Grant Consortium (see above).
- Full-time student majoring in (but not necessarily limited to): the biological and life sciences, chemistry, geological sciences, physics and astronomy, engineering and computer science. Please note that we are interested in students whose academic major and career aspirations are likely to be related to aerospace.
- Awards are for one year, but are renewable (on a competitive basis) upon maintaining a 3.0 G.P.A.
- U. S. Citizen.
- Community service may be required by some affiliates.
Application materials are due by May 15, 2016 to the Maryland Space Grant Consortium. Maryland Space Grant Consortium will then forward the application to affiliate institution selected by the student applicant.
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