Scholarships

For information about grants, scholarships, and fellowships not based solely on financial need, continuing students may contact their academic department and college. Generally, this aid is contingent upon merit (academic performance) or a combination of merit and other factors such as academic field of study, leadership ability, residence, and/or financial need.

The UNH Fellowships Office provides information, counsel, and editorial support to highly motivated students (undergraduates, graduate students, and UNH alumni) applying for national and international fellowships and scholarships.  The Office also assists faculty members who serve as mentors/references, and coordinates campus interviews and nominations.

Undergraduate Scholarships:

Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Program: Faculty in the Biomedical Sciences Program meet to discuss scholarship recipients as a committee.

  • Biomedical Science Scholarship Fund - This award is in memory of Jere Chase for a student in the field of medical technology.
  • Pamela Low Scholarship - This award is given to the BMS:MLS junior or senior with the highest academic achievement in this area.
  • Dr. E. Elizabeth French Scholarship - This scholarship is given to the BMS:MLS senior with the highest academic achievement in hematology and immunohematology. 
  • Evelyn Nixon Jardine Scholarship - It is awarded both on merit and on identified financial need.

Microbiology:  Faculty in the Biomedical Sciences and Genetics Programs with expertise in microbiology meet to discuss scholarship recipients as a committee.

  • Daniel M. Heath Memorial Scholarship - The scholarship provides support to students interested in microbiology, based on financial need and academic merit.
  • Lawrence W. Slanetz Memorial Scholarship Fund - Provides financial assistance to full-time undergraduate students whose primary area of interest is in the field of microbiology.  
  • Herbert D. Soule Memorial Scholarship Fund - The fund provides scholarship assistance to students with a primary interest in microbiology who demonstrate financial need.
  • Robert and Ruth Zsigray Academic Enrichment Fund - The fund provides financial support to allow undergraduate and graduate students majoring in microbiology to participate in off-campus academic experiences, both nationally and internationally. 

Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program

  • Robert P. Ahern Memorial Scholarship - Awards will be made to upperclass students majoring in Animal Sciences (or animal biology) with interests in pre-veterinary medicine, horses or dairy cattle.  The selection is based on financial need and scholastic ability.  (Please see the Department of Biological Sciences).

The College of Life Sciences and Agriculture (COLSA) use a single scholarship application for all majors available through their Deans'/Advising Offices. COLSA offers a number of scholarships to both graduate and undergraduate students.  These applications are typically available early spring semester.