Chemistry & Biochemistry scholarships
These are all open scholarships for students looking to study something related to Chemistry & Biochemistry. Select other major
- Barry Kirkwood ScholarshipThis full-time scholarship is open to potential and current BBCC students. Preference will be given to student majoring in agriculture or a related program of study.
- CGCS- Bernard Harris Scholarship ProgramThe CGCS-Bernard Harris Scholarship Program was established to encourage **minority students** to pursue college degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Applicants must be students from urban school districts represented by the **Council of the Great City Schools**.The scholarship was created by former NASA astroanaut Dr. Bernard Harris, the first African-American to walk in space.
- Chester J. Calbick Physics, Math and Science ScholarshipThis full-time scholarship is available for BBCC transfer students in physics (preferred), math, or science. Applicants need a 3.0 GPA and plan to transfer to a 4-year accredited college or university in the state of Washington.
- Fred and Charles (Chuck) Huston Memorial ScholarshipThis full-time scholarship is available to a second year, academic track student in agriculture or the sciences (hard sciences—not social sciences).
- Harold Rudman ScholarshipThe Harold Rudman Scholarship is for students going into agriculture or health care field.
- John Michael Shinn Memorial ScholarshipThis full-time scholarship is available to a 2nd year BBCC student majoring in Agriculture and/or the sciences (hard sciences - not social sciences). Student must show promise of developing into a creative thinker and experimenter.
- Mike Snyder Memorial Science ScholarshipThis scholarship is presented in the memory of Mike Snyder, an AHS science teacher for 13 years, to AHS seniors who are passionate about science and plan to study science-related disciplines in colleges.
- Stephen and Risa Rodemeyer Organic Chemistry ScholarshipStephen and Risa Rodemeyer Organic Chemistry Scholarship is for a student who must be a regularly enrolled Chemistry major (BA or BS).