Fulford-Karp Physics Scholarship
Show us your talent in physics
Are you a first-year student pursuing a physics degree? Then Hamline's Fulford-Karp Physics Scholarship was made for you. By demonstrating your interest and aptitude in physics, you have the opportunity to win this full-tuition scholarship, which goes to the direct cost of tuition. Coverage for additional costs like room and board or books is not included.
If you’re still exploring Hamline, learn more about our physics programs. You may be interested in the BA or BS in Physics or Applied Physics, where you’ll dive into experimental and theoretical concepts. You can choose from a number of concentrations to tailor your degree to your career goals.
Apply for the physics scholarship
- To apply for the scholarship, you’ll log in using the same email address and password that you used for your admission application account.
- If you have forgotten your password, select “Forgot your password?” and follow the instructions.
Fulford-Karp Physics Scholarship criteria
Wondering if you’re eligible to apply? Students have to submit their admission materials and receive an offer of admission to Hamline before applying for any departmental scholarships.
Applicants will be reviewed based on their academic performance in science and math coursework, involvement in STEM-related research or activities, and responses to the required essay prompt.
To maintain the scholarship annually, students must:
- Declare a major in either physics or applied physics by the end of their sophomore year
- Maintain a 3.0 GPA
For answers to any questions, call the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 800-753-9753 or 651-523-2207, or email email@example.com.
Fulford-Karp Physics Scholarship deadline
- February 1 for the following fall term
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