Who ever said it was going to be easy? We know the road to obtaining your degree is hard - most science faculty at Evergreen were first generation students and worked their way through college. So we know how hard it is. You need all the help you can get, so apply for scholarships!
The following scholarships available at Evergreen are in STEM. However, there are many, many more scholarships that you can apply for, so don't miss out on reviewing them all. Visit Evergreen Scholarships and External Scholarships to learn more.
Forest Ecology Scholarship honors Mrs. Suzann Houts Stilson. Full-time students who demonstrate an interest in Forest Ecology should apply.
George Washington Hayduke III Scholarship for Environmental Education. Full-time students who demonstrate interest in studying environmental protection, enhancement, or mitigation should apply, particularly those who need financial aid.
John and Andrea Adams Scholarship. This scholarship is for students, particularly a single parent, interested in working in an environmental field.
Laura White Math Scholarship. This scholarship is for a female student studying in any area of Science, Technology, Engineering or Math and has at least junior standing.
Lee Hoemann Scholarship. For students who are studying environmental science or environmental policy.
Life on Earth Scholarship. If you love and are committed to working outdoors, this scholarship is for you.
Litchman Scholarship. This scholarship is for students who are dedicated to pursuing a career in healthcare.
Lynda Weinman and Bruce Heavin Endowed Scholarship. Students who are interested in studying technology should apply.
Microsoft Alumni Scholarship. Students who are interested in studying technology should apply.
Millarckee Farm Scholarship. This is for students studying or working in organic farming.
Mueller Family Scholarship. This is for students focused on environmental studies.
Political Ecology Scholarship. This is for students focused on environmental studies.
Robert J. Meyer Organic Farming Scholarship. Fo students whose studies are in organic farming or ranching, agricultural sustainability, or sustainable ecosystems
Soule Family Fellowship. For students in environmental studies and/or public health.
Vauhn Foster-Grahler Quantitative Reasoning Scholarship. For students in math, physics, computer science or economics.
Tabbutt Family Scholarship. Honors the memory of Dr. Fred Tabbutt, a long-time faculty member who loved applied learning. His expertise was physical chemistry but his interests included computing, environmental chemistry, and videography.