These scholarships are awarded by the UConn Department of Mathematics:

Scholarship information from CLAS can be found on its scholarship page. Three scholarships there of particular interest to math majors are:

  • The Arwood S. and Mary Northby Scholarship is for entering first-year students majoring in math and juniors/seniors majoring in one of the physical sciences. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement.
  • The Bryan K. and Alice M. Pollard Scholarship is for CLAS undergraduate students majoring in Political science or in a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) discipline and who demonstrate financial need Applicants must have overcome obstacles such as socioeconomic or educational disadvantage, be members of underrepresented groups at the University, including students of color, or have experience living or working in diverse environments.
  • The Lange Family Endowment Scholarship is awarded to CLAS undergraduates majoring in a physical, life, or environmental science, or math, who have a minimum 3.5 GPA, and demonstrate financial need.  This award may be renewable.

The following are scholarships awarded by outside organizations (some of these are described on the page of UConn’s Office of National Scholarships).

  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship is for sophomores or juniors majoring in math, science, or engineering. It is a tuition scholarship.
  • The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program supports qualified students with a baccalaureate or Master’s degree in mathematics to complete UConn’s one-year Teacher Certification Program for College Graduates (TCPCG).
  • The SMART Scholarship is aimed at students who will do research for the Department of Defense.
  • The NSF graduate fellowship is for students who are planning to attend graduate school and is open to US citizens, US nationals, or permanent residents. It is generally applied for in the last year of college, but you can apply in the first year of graduate school too.
  • The NDSEG graduate fellowship is for students who intend to go to graduate school. It is open to US citizens.