Annual and Endowed Scholarships
Annual and endowed scholarships are made possible through the generous support of PSU alumni and friends who have chosen to honor a family member, classmate, mentor, friend, or faculty member by helping deserving students pay for their college education.
Below are links to PSU’s many scholarship opportunities. Carefully review the criteria and requirements of the scholarships you are interested in, and apply using the links provided, or contact the specific academic department office to learn about their application process. Scholarships that do not require an application are awarded by the Financial Aid Office based on the scholarship criteria and greatest need. For more information on these scholarships, contact the Financial Aid Office at (603) 535-2338.
For questions regarding scholarships with general criteria, contact Barbara Adams, senior administrative assistant for University Advancement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional scholarship opportunities, visit the PSU Financial Aid website.
- Computer Science and Information Technology
- Criminal Justice
- Graduate Scholarships
- Health and Human Performance
- History and Philosophy
- International Studies
- Music, Theatre, Dance
- Social Sciences
- Social Work
- Student Affairs
The Plymouth State University Alumni Association’s mission is to engage all alumni in meaningful ways to support the University, its mission, and its students. Several different Alumni Scholarships have been established to assist PSU students in their endeavors.
Incoming Music, Theater and Musical Theater majors may be considered for renewable Talent Grants of up to $3,000. Please contact the Music, Theatre, and Dance Department for details.
Eighteen (18) Undergraduate Fellowship awards of $1,500 per semester are available to upper-class students who have a grade point average (GPA) of at least 2.5. Being selected as an Undergraduate Fellow for a PSU department offers a great opportunity for a unique professional experience. These appointments allow students to take responsibility for activities at a professional-level. Students interested in applying for Undergraduate Fellowships should contact the participating departments.