Scholarships and Fellowships

If you have financial need, be sure to visit the NC State financial aid web site.

The NC State Mathematics Department has a proud tradition of graduating a diverse population of American students. We extend a special welcome to Alliance Scholars.

Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the S-STEM Research Scholars Program in Mathematics at NC State offers $5000 scholarships to academically talented junior and senior mathematics students who might not make it to graduation and into the technological workforce without financial assistance and other support structures.

Mathematics Department Scholarships

The Mathematics Department awards the following scholarships each year, generally in June, to continuing math majors. Usually these scholarships are given to students who do not already have a major scholarship from NC State. Amounts may vary year to year based on fund availability. Information about the donors is here.

  • Charles N. Anderson (For an outstanding sophomore in mathematics.)
  • H. Thomas and Sue Banks
  • Rebecca Bullock (For an outstanding math major who has also demonstrated an interest in the English language, typically through coursework.)
  • Mrs. Roberts C. Bullock (For an outstanding math major who has demonstrated need and has shown proficiency in English.)
  • John W. Cell (For an outstanding rising junior or senior in mathematics.)
  • Marvin and Mary Chaney
  • Gordon Family
  • Charles F. Lewis (For an outstanding senior who is double-majoring in math and math education.)
  • James W. Mauney
  • Carey G. Mumford (For an outstanding sophomore, junior or senior in mathematics education.)
  • Hubert V. and Mary Alice Park (For an outstanding rising junior or senior in mathematics.)
  • Howard A. Petrea (For an outstanding rising junior or senior in mathematics.)
  • Fulton and Ruby Starling
  • Jo-Ann and Daniel Teague

National Scholarships

There are several very prestigious undergraduate scholarships that math students should consider applying for. Talk to the people in the Fellowship Advising Office for advice and further information.

National Graduate Fellowships

Students interested in going to graduate school should consider applying for a graduate fellowship. Information on the following fellowships is available at the Fellowship Advising Office.