Financial Assistance - Nuclear Science and Engineering - Colorado School of Mines

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Financial Assistance

There are several financial assistance opportunties available for students interested in Nuclear Science and Engineering.

Combined BS/MS Nuclear Engineering Scholarship Program

The Combined BS/MS Nuclear Engineering Scholarship Program is aimed at identifying, recruiting, and supporting high-quality undergraduate students of science and engineering who are interested in pursuing an MS degree in Nuclear Engineering and then entering the workforce in the nuclear industry.

Students who qualify may be eligible for a: 

  • $2,500 scholarship awarded during their junior year
  • $7,500 scholarship awarded during their senior year upon entry into a combined BS/MS program leading to an MS degree in Nuclear Engineering

Students participating in the Nuclear Engineering Scholarship Program must sign a Scholarship Service Agreement.

The Nuclear Engineering Scholarship Program is not currently soliciting new applicants.

Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Program

The Nuclear Science and Engineering Fellowship Program is aimed at identifying, recruiting, and supporting high-quality graduate students who will pursue a research-based graduate degree in Nuclear Engineering or a closely related field and then enter the workforce in support of the nuclear industry.

Students who are selected to participate in the Fellowship Program will be eligible for: 

  • full payment of tuition, fees, and health insurance
  • $2000/month stipend
  • $1500/year travel allowance to attend appropriate scientific and technical meetings and conferences

The Fellowship may be renewed for a total of four years, based on the student's academic and research progress. Fellows will be expected to present the results of their research at a yearly research seminar hosted by the Nuclear Science and Engineering Program.

Students participating in the Nuclear Engineering Scholarship Program must sign a Fellowship Service Agreement.

The Nuclear Engineering Fellowship Program is not currently soliciting new applicants.


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