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General Scholarships


UNI Scholarships to apply for via the Common Scholarship Application

Please go to the Common Scholarship Application to apply. Deadline is January 15th, annually.

  • J. S. Latta Biology Scholarship

Awarded to declared biology majors, freshman or sophomore, having either completed or currently enrolled in both BIOL 2051 and BIOL 2052 at UNI, with a 3.5 GPA.

  • Dr. Timothy Greiner Undergraduate Biology Scholarship

Awarded to undergraduate biology majors who are in no less than their second semester of their major.

  • Caroline Czarnecki Biological Sciences Scholarship

Awarded to students who demonstrate merit and financial need, with preference given to students with a declared major in biological sciences, with a grade point average of at least 3.0.

  • Myrna and Gary Floyd Undergraduate Research Assistantship

This assistantship is to provide support for two undergraduate research students in the Department of Biology.

  • Dr. Joan and Dan Meyer Biology Scholarship

This scholarship supports students who demonstrate merit and financial need with preferences given to students with a declared major in Biology and with a GPA of at least 3.2.

  • Bear and Sandy Stevens Family Endowed Biology Education Scholarship

This scholarship supports students who demonstrate merit and financial need with preference given to students with a declared major in Biology Teaching, with a grade point average of at least 3.0.


Awards to support undergraduate research

Applications and rules for eligibility are available in the biology office, 144 MSH. Application deadline February 1st, annually.

  • Dr. Alan R. Orr Research Award

To support undergraduate experiential learning through hypothesis driven research. Up to $1000 for research expenses (excluding travel and printing). All eligible researchers are invited to apply, but preference will be given to research that emphasizes botanical questions.

  • Dr. Dave Swanson Genetics Research Award

To support undergraduate experiential learning through hypothesis driven research. Up to $500 for research expenses (excluding travel and printing). Research must involve genetics.