Scholarships & Funding 

There are several scholarships available to Physics students at UM-Flint:

  • Loretta Dauwe Physics Scholarship: Learn more about this scholarship
  • Ralph M. and Emmalyn E. Freeman Computer Science, Engineering, and Physics Scholarship
  • Physics/Engineering Science Emergency Fund
  • Boys, DeGraaf, Rose Endowed Physics Scholarship
  • David G. Zick Scholarship

Each scholarship has additional requirements for eligibility. Be sure to check the general UM-Flint scholarship page for more information on available funding and requirements. 

Burd, Margaret Anne-UAW Local 599 Memorial Scholarship: For full-time students enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Education and Human Services, or the College of Health Sciences whose parent or grandparent has been a member in good standing of UAW Local 599 for at least five years. Financial need is a consideration. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Applicants must submit proof of Local 599 membership (i.e., copy of membership card).

Burnham, James H. and Sara Memorial Scholarship: For junior or senior students in good standing whose circumstances demonstrate financial need. Preference given to students concentrating in engineering, science, nursing, or education. Full- or part-time students may apply. Scholarship preference is for a married student.

Geniesse Sr., Eugene W. Science Scholarship: For full-time undergraduate Science majors who have completed at least 55 credit hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Awards are based on academic achievement and financial need

Green, Dr. Scholarship for the Sciences:  Applicants must have a declared major in a Science program. 

Hartwig, Amy Scholarship: For students who are full/part time, first generation college students pursuing their first bachelor’s degree within the College of Arts and Sciences.  Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.  Students must also have a 3.2 overall GPA in order to be considered.

Radhabai, G. and A. V. Rajagopal Scholarship: For students who have a minimum 3.0 adjusted GPA and are enrolled for at least six credit hours. Applicants must have completed 55 credit hours. Selection is based on outstanding academic achievement and participation in school and/or community service activities. Preference will be given to students majoring in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems. 


CAS Opportunity Fund

The CAS Opportunity Fund provides additional funding for students, faculty, & staff to pursue research projects, travel, professional development, and more. 

Learn more about the CAS Opportunity Fund