2023-2024 Roy F. Simperman Math & Science Scholarship Currently Enrolled Students
The Roy F. Simperman Math and Science Scholarship was developed in 2009. The scholarship is funded by Roy F. Simperman (Class of 1962) to provide funds to exceptionally needy Montana students who could not otherwise afford to attend Carroll College. The funds that support these scholarships were obtained through capitalistic ventures in America’s free enterprise system which is shielded and guided by the principles depicted in the Constitution of the United States. The scholarship is awarded to equalize the cost of attending Carroll College relative to the state of Montana public colleges and universities.
Up to 3 scholarships for each junior and senior class level will be awarded at a maximum student award of $10,000 for academic year 2023-2024. Scholarships will not exceed federal financial need and will consider all eligible federal grants and institutional merit aid first. The scholarship awarded when added to other institutional and federal gift aid may not exceed tuition, fee, room and board. All scholarships will be of one year duration. However, the grants could be renewed through an application process through the committee. Criteria will be ability to succeed. Applications are reviewed by a committee made up of two local bank presidents, a Carroll faculty member, a community member at-large and a local doctor.
Roy F. Simperman Math & Science Scholarship Qualifications for Current Students
- Qualified Majors:Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Biochemistry, Engineering
- Full-time student with a minimum 3.50 cumulative and major GPA.
- Junior or senior class level in academic year 2023-24; 5th year college seniors and new spring term students are not eligible
- Student and Parent- Montana citizen and resident
- Application due by January 1, 2023 and an on-site interview with the committee is required in Spring 2023.
- Copy of unofficial transcript.
- Submission of page 1 and 2 of 2019 federal tax return 1040 (Including schedules if business or farm income). If dependent and your parents are separated or divorced please submit Federal Tax information for both parents.
- 2023 FAFSA results are required by January 1, 2022 to establish need (scholarship is need-based).
- Must have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of less than the cost of attendance, if EFC is higher please provide a brief description of why you need this scholarship.
- Roy F. Simperman Math and Science Scholarship applicants cannot apply for the Corette Scholarship
or the Roy F. Simperman Math and Science Scholarship for Nursing Students.