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Scholarships and Funding
FAFSA ( Federal Financial Aid): http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/index.htm
SNRE/CALS Scholarships: Scholarships through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences: application here and details below.
The scholarships below are earmarked for students in SNRE, but most are administered through the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences (CALS). Applicants will automatically be eligible for funds from certain CALS scholarships targeted for any student with a major within CALS. Faculty in the School select scholarship recipients in their respective Programs, and determine how funds will be divided among selected students, but these selections are subject to review by CALS administrators.
Wildlife & Fisheries Conservation & Management
Belman, Fred N., Memorial (annual funds available ≈$650-$700) Upper division undergraduate student with interest in wildlife management; enrolled in Wildlife & Fisheries Program and making satisfactory progress towards their degree; must be an AZ resident; Wildlife & Fisheries faculty selects candidate(s), with final approval by the Dean.
Coughlin, Charles Scholarship (annual funds available ≈$3,500-$4,000) Upper division undergraduate student with at least 32 hours completed at U of A by the time the award is made; emphasis on students interested in wildlife management (especially game species); award is based, in part, on academic excellence; Wildlife & Fisheries faculty selects candidate(s), with final approval by the Dean.
Hungerford, Roger Scholarship (annual funds available ≈$800-$900) Upper division undergraduate student with at least 32 hours completed at U of A by the time the award is made; enrolled in Wildlife or Fisheries Option; Wildlife & Fisheries faculty selects candidate(s), with final approval by the Dean. .
Bruce D. Leopold Scholarship (established as a year-by-year "pass through" account funded by Dr. Leopold; $1200 /year). Full-time Junior or Senior in the Wildlife Option; minimum gpa = 3.0; candidates should show evidence of involvement in The Wildlife Society and respect and appreciation for the utilitarian components of wildlife management, including hunting and trapping; Wildlife & Fisheries faculty selects candidate(s), with final approval by the Dean.
Maughan, O.E. Fund - Initially, Ms. Laurie Shomo-Brown, a graduate and undergraduate alumna of SNRE, sent an annual gift to be used to provide one-time emergency financial assistance upon request. Funds from Laurie and other contributions in memory of Dr. O.E. Maughan were combined to create the O.E. Maughan fund. An award is not made as a regular scholarship (no College application required); awarded only for emergency needs. First priority is given to qualifying female students in Wildlife & Fisheries, then any student with need in Wildlife or Fisheries, then any student with need in SNRE. The Program Chair of Wildlife & Fisheries meets with students in need and makes an award recommendation to the College after notifying Wildlife and Fisheries faculty.
Ecology & Management of Rangelands
Cowden, E. Ray Scholarship (annual funds available ≈$5,000) Available for freshman through graduate students in the Range Program, but most often awarded to advanced undergraduate students. Range Program faculty select students and notify the Assistant Director who forwards names to the College.
Schmutz, E&V (annual funds available ≈$650) Upper division student majoring in area of conservation of soil/water (i.e., SWES and Range and Watershed). Preference to juniors & seniors with two or more semesters left.
Schmutz, Marcell (annual funds available ≈$800) Primary consideration to outstanding Juniors in Range Management; >2.5 cum gpa; secondary consideration to seniors in Range with 2 or more semesters remaining; lastly, may go to qualified sophomores; preference to AZ residents; Selected by faculty in Range. (Announced at Range Society Meeting in January of each year?)
Tappan Student Fund (annual funds available ≈$500) Critera: full-time student from Ireland in Animal Science or Range program, but if no student from Ireland, then any outstanding student in these academic programs. [Range allocates this award for 2007-2008, shared with Animal Science in alternate years].
H. Lynn Anderson Fund (annual funds available ≈$1,400) For full-time students in Range program. Graduate or undergraduate students are eligible.
Watershed Management & Ecohydrology
Noon, Horton E. (annual funds available ≈$850) Upper division undergraduate or graduate students with professional promise and good character; must be an Arizona resident; Preference to students with financial need. This award is available to students in Watershed.