Albert & Virginia Winemiller Scholarship
Recipients shall be enrolled full-time and classified as a sophomore, junior or senior with a 3.25 GPA. Recipients shall also have declared a major in education, agriculture or mathematics. This scholarship shall reward students with academic excellence and achievement, high moral character and good citizenship.
Allen A. & Helen Doak Family Scholarship
Recipient shall be classified as a full-time, continuing student with a declared Mathematics Education major who has a mathematics GPA of at least 3.0. The scholarship shall assist students in good standing who demonstrate potential success as a classroom teacher. Preference shall be given to a graduate of a Missouri high school.
B D & Sue Wright Owens Scholarship
Recipient shall be an entering freshman and be considered a full-time student by the University. All eligible recipients must have graduated in the upper 25 percent of the graduating class and achieved a score on the ACT or SAT exams of at least the current U.S. National Average for that particular exam. Preference shall be given to students from Andrew, Buchanan, Holt, Nodaway and Worth counties in Missouri who have declared a major or minor in art, music, business (especially economics), pre-med, or computer science.
C F Gray Physical Science Scholarship
Candidates shall declare a major in chemistry, mathematics, or physics and they must attain junior or senior classification by the end of the current spring semester. Selection shall be by examination (see exam announcement). Junior award winners may receive the scholarship for their senior year if they maintain a GPA of 3.5 in mathematics and science, and an overall GPA of 3.0. Transfer students are eligible for this scholarship. The exam will be held on the first Saturday in February that falls after the application deadline. Contact Department of Natural Sciences, 660.562.1388 for more information.
Forrest G & Joan B Lowe Scholarship
Recipients shall have elected a major in either mathematics or physics with a minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA. Chosen from the following areas in order as they appear: Gilman City High School, Gilman City, MO; Northeast High School, Kansas City, MO; Maryville High School, Maryville, MO; then to applicants from any other school.
Jean Jennings Bartik Women in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math Scholarship
Awarded to a female declaring a major in the Computer Science and Information Systems, Mathematics, or Science. Recipient shall maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75 and financial need will be leading criteria.
Marvin D & William L Combs Memorial Scholarship
Available to first-time and continuing students who are graduates of high schools in Worth, Gentry, Harrison or Nodaway counties, who have declared a major in one of the disciplines housed in the College of Arts and Sciences and who are enrolled on a full-time basis at Northwest. This scholarship may be renewed by maintaining at least a 3.00 cumulative GPA.
Marvin Gutzmer Memorial Scholarship
Rising sophomore, junior or senior mathematics major with 3.00 cumulative GPA. Must show promise and ability in area and financial need.
Morton & Jean Kenner Memorial Math Scholarship
Recipient shall be enrolled full-time and shall have declared a major within the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Academic achievement and financial need shall be leading criteria.
Robert Lilley Memorial Scholarship
Candidates shall declare a major in chemistry, mathematics or physics. Eligible students shall take all of their course work at Northwest and may receive scholarship for any year provided the student maintains a cumulative 2.50 GPA in chemistry, mathematics and physics and a cumulative overall GPA of 2.00. Students taking the Gray-Lilley Scholarship Exam will be given first consideration. Students wishing to apply for this scholarship should contact the department for exam date.
Ruth Collins McQuerry & Wayne H McQuerry Memorial Scholarship
The recipient shall be enrolled full time and have declared a major in Natural Sciences and/or Mathematics maintaining a 2.75 GPA. First preference shall be given to a Nanoscale-Physics and/or Mathematics major. Preference shall also be given to a Missouri high school graduate. Academic achievement and financial need will be leading criteria.
Thomas Webb Harvey Memorial Scholarship
Rising junior or senior mathematics majors may apply. Based on ability and promise in mathematics.