S-STEM Grant (Scholarships in Computer Science, Engineering, Math, and Physics)

S-STEM Scholarships in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics

This program will provide a $3,100/year scholarship to students studying either Computer Science, Engineering, or Physics.  View requirements to find out more.  Submit an application to here.


Growth in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are critical to the
advancement of Missouri State University (MSU), the State of Missouri, and the United States of America.
This proposal to The National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships in Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) program aims to significantly increase the quality and number of
graduates in the STEM fields of computer science, engineering, mathematics, and physics at MSU.
Scholarships will be provided to 15 sophomore and 6 transfer students each year based on academic talent
and financial need. These scholarships will last for two years, provided progression toward graduation.
The results of these efforts will be distributed locally, regionally, and nationally to benefit other similar efforts.


The fall 2016 Seminar time will be 5:00 - 5:50pm Tuesdays in Kemper Hall 207.

The initial selections were notified on July 5th 2016.  If you didn't receive notification of a scholarship you may be an alternate. 

DEADLINE:  We need you to have accepted the scholarship and enrolled in the seminar class by August 5th so that we can award you the scholarship.  Exceptions can be made.  Please contact us if you have a problem with this deadline.

National Science Foundation