Scholarships & Special Programs
All scholarships are awarded at the end of the spring semester, with a single application that is announced to majors early in the spring semester.
- Nancy Tiner Chemistry Scholarship
- Virgil Tweedie Family Scholarship
- Pearl Kirk Scholarship
- Alfred D Denton, Jr Scholarship
- Butler Chemistry Scholarship
- Cory R Case Scholarship
- WR Stephens Scholarship
- Chemistry Department Scholarship
- Dr. Robert E Graves Scholarship
- Dr. Thomas J Bond Sr Scholarship
- Dr. WO Milligan Scholarship
- Dr. B Reid Clanton Scholarship
- Malcolm Dole Research Scholarship
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair program is open to all majors. Undergraduate students from 1st generation and/or an underrepresented background, who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree with the end goal of a PhD upon completing their undergraduate degree.
Fellowships and Awards- Office of Engaged Learning
Housed within the College of Arts & Sciences, the Office of Engaged Learning supports undergraduate students from across Baylor's nine academic units as they pursue dynamic educations. Faculty designated as fellowship and award mentors meet regularly with students to discuss their academic goals, their summer plans, their thesis ideas, their research goals, and their professional aspirations. As part of accomplishing their goals, students then will often decide to apply for a competitive, national award--a scholarship, fellowship, internship, or research experience--such as the Fulbright, Truman, Gates Cambridge, Boren, and Goldwater. Many of these awards support study and research at the graduate level. Notable awards such as the NSF-REU, Critical Language Scholarship, Gilman, Mount Vernon, and PPIA, fund student research and study at the undergraduate level, often through summer institutes, internships, research appointments, and symposiums.