Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards
The Department of Statistics offers a number of scholarships to full-time students majoring in Statistics.
George W. Snedecor Undergraduate Statistics Award
This award recognizes an undergraduate student majoring in Statistics who has demonstrated superior academic achievement and scholarship.
Herta and Herbert T. David Scholarship in Statistics
Recipients shall be sophomores, juniors or seniors majoring in statistics who have verified financial need* and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5/4.0. This scholarship is intended for students who have challenging family backgrounds, representing a unique situation that might prevent them from considering a college education at Iowa State University.
Schillmoeller Family Scholarship in Statistics
Scholarship recipients shall be undergraduate statistics majors with a minimum GPA of 3.0, with a preference to those with verified financial need*.
Charlie and Barb Hunt Scholarship in Statistics
Scholarship is available to undergraduate students with sophomore or higher class standing majoring in Statistics. Recipients shall demonstrate they are highly motivated academically and possess a strong work ethic. Preference shall be given to female students, as permitted by university policy, and state and federal law. Preference shall be given to students with verified financial need*.
J.A.K. Scholarship in Statistics
Scholarship is available to students with undergraduate class standing majoring in statistics who demonstrate an interest in using statistics to study human behavior/relations. Preference shall be given to students with verified financial need*.
These scholarships are open to students majoring in statistics and are given to recognize academic potential in the major of statistics.
Scholarship applications for the following academic year are due on March 2nd. To apply, visit the Office of Financial Aid website at:
* – To show verified financial need, students must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have unmet financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid. For more information about the FAFSA, visit the Office of Financial Aid website at: