National Science Foundation/Del Mar College
Future Forward Scholarship Program (F2SP)
Majors: Biotechnology, Biology (non-medical field), Chemistry, Computer Science, All Computer Information Systems Majors, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Technology, Geology, Geographic Information Systems, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics. All future secondary mathematics and science teachers all pre-engineering: Aerospace, Civil, Chemical, and Environmental Engineering.
National Science Foundation Scholarship Grant awarded to Del Mar College Provides up to 22 Need-Based Scholarships up to $3000 per semester as determined by unmet financial need. Application deadline Fall semester:Last Friday in September Spring semester is the last Friday of the January.
In order to be eligible for this scholarship:
- All students must file a FAFSA (financial aid application) and qualify for financial aid. Filing an application is done on line at www.fafsa.gov.
- All students must be working towards a degree in one of the listed majors and be enrolled in at least 12 hours of courses listed on their degree plan.
- Pre-Engineering majors such as Aerospace and Civil should declare Physics as their major.
- All entering High School graduates must attach a copy of their high school transcript reflecting a minimum average of 90 or higher (2.75 GPA or higher).
- All students must be a United States citizen, national, refugee alien or resident alien at the time of application.
- All students must be enrolled in and complete at least 12 hours in the Fall to receive the Spring semester award.
Dr. Laura B. Parr,
Professor/ Engineering & Engineering Technology Advisor/Assistant Coordinator
NSF/STEM Grant Scholarship Coordinator
Department of Computer Science, Engineering & Advanced Technology
Scholarship recipients will be asked to visit with the Project director on a monthly basis.
Students will be encouraged to register in targeted courses that will provide supplemental instruction to enhance the academic success of the student.
Students will be invited to participate in student success workshops.
Students will be invited to participate in extracurricular activities that promote academic success.
Del Mar College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science
Foundation under Grant Number (NSF/STEM Grant DUE: 1060405)
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in
this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect
the views of the National Science Foundation.