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Scholarships For 2018-19

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Apply by March 26, 2018

The Math/Stat department invites you to apply for 2018-19 Mathematics & Computer Science Scholarships for continuing students. There are three scholarships appropriate for Math/Stat students, some of which can support multiple students.

James G. Costigan Scholarship

For a junior or senior student or students majoring in Mathematics or Computer Science. The scholarship will continue for two years if awarded as a junior. Based on merit and demonstrated financial need.

Circle of Five Scholarship

To support sophomores, juniors or seniors majoring in mathematics, with priority given to students also interested in teaching mathematics in secondary education.

Francis Regan Scholarship

Established in honor of the late Dr. Regan, an emeritus University professor. The fund is for senior students in math/stat who have a strong GPA.

You must apply electronically to be eligible for these awards. The application deadline is Monday, March 26, 2017.
To apply for these scholarships:
• Log in to your MySLU
• Click on the Tools Tab
• Click on the Scholarship Suite icon
• Complete the general application questions upon entering the site (remember to hit Finish & Submit)
• Click on each scholarship to apply!

Questions about the awards? Contact Dr. Bryan Clair, 314-977-2444 or bryan@slu.edu.
Questions about the application process?  Contact Julie Martin, Coordinator of Scholarships at 314-977-4211 or julie.martin@slu.edu.
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