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This is to inform the general public that the forensic science scholarships 2021 is now online and you can Apply now
The multitude of forensic science scholarships available to students is a testament to the viability of this academic profession, demonstrating promise within the field.
Deadline: April 1st
Annually, the Association of Firearm and Tool Mark Examiners (AFTE) hosts a scholarship program to provide $2,000 awards to outstanding college students pursuing a bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, or professional degree for a career in forensic science.
Qualified applicants must be enrolled at least half-time, have a declared major in the natural or biological sciences, maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, have earned junior-level status or above, and intend to become a forensic scientist.
Preference will be given to any candidates who are working on a project specifically related to firearm or tool mark examination.
AFTE Scholarship Program
5255 Mount Etna Drive
San Diego, CA 92117
Deadline: April 15th
Through the American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD), annual scholarship awards are distributed for $1,000 to junior, senior, and graduate students who are currently pursuing a college degree in forensic science, forensic chemistry, or closely related physical and natural sciences.
Qualified bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree students must be attending an accredited U.S. institution, enroll in a program approved by the FEPAC, and be supported by a recommendation from a faculty member or lab director.
Selection will be based on applicants’ scholastic records, personal statements, recommendations, and demonstrated motivation for entering forensic science careers.
ASCLD Annual Scholarship Awards
139A Technology Drive
Garner, NC 27529
Deadline: April 30th
In honor of the pioneering forensic anthropologist who devised a precise way to positively identify the remains of bones with the Kerley Method, the Ellis R. Kerley Forensic Sciences Scholarship is awarded annually for up to $2,500 to encourage talented students to expand their capacity for making a difference in forensic anthropology.
Applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program leading to a master’s or doctoral degree, be sponsored by an ABFA member, and have student membership with the AAFS.
Online applications must be accompanied by an official transcript, a letter of reference, and a two-page essay describing candidates’ goals in forensic anthropology.
Ellis R. Kerley Forensic Sciences Scholarship
11275 Highway 98 West Suite 6
Miramar Beach, FL 32550
Deadline: April 1st
Sponsored by the Southwestern Association of Forensic Scientists (SWAFS), the Floyd E. McDonald Scholarship Fund offers one $1,000 award annually to junior or senior-level undergraduate students who are currently pursuing a career in the forensic sciences with a chemistry, biology, or natural science major.
Qualified candidates must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree, attend an accredited university in the United States, carry at least six semester hours per term, and maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0.
Interested students can apply by submitting a completed application form with three recommendation letters and an official college transcript.
Floyd E. McDonald Scholarship Fund
200 Feliks Gwozdz Place
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Deadline: May 30th
At the CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the Gary Boccia Memorial Scholarship is awarded each fall for $500 to a full-time or part-time undergraduate student currently enrolled in the college’s forensic science degree program.
Qualified recipients must have achieved junior or senior-level status, have completed at least 60 credit hours, carry a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and be currently enrolled in an internship at an accredited forensic science laboratory.
In addition to the college’s general scholarship application, candidates must write a 500-word essay covering their future aspirations in forensic science.
Gary Boccia Memorial Scholarship
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
Application Deadline: January 25
Established by Congress in 1986, this scholarship honors the legacy of Senator Barry M. Goldwater and his 56 years of service as a soldier and statesman.
It is considered the most prestigious undergraduate awards in America for research in the natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering.
While forensic science is not an explicitly stated pathway for this award, many related fields are, such as chemistry and biology.
Phone: (703) 756-6012
FAX: (703) 756 6015
2121 Eisenhower Ave., Suite 402
Alexandria, VA 22314
Application Deadline: August 1
The Chesapeake Bay Division of the International Association for Identification (CBD-IAI) is a nonprofit organization that acts as a regional arm of the oldest and largest forensic association in the world. They offer certification programs for various forensic science disciplines and host seminars and conferences in the area.
P.O. Box 38369,
Henrico, VA 23231
Application Deadline: January 25,
This Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) scholarship honors the legacy of Dr. Paul B. Ferrara, who served as the director of the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, where, under his leadership, the Commonwealth of Virginia developed the first state laboratory capable of performing DNA fingerprint analysis.
Dr. Ferrara was also a professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he brought the forensic science program to national recognition.
Application Deadline: April 30
The Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists (NEAFS) is a regionally-based professional society for forensic scientists. This scholarship honors George W. Chin, the self-proclaimed “God of Trace Evidence.” Dr. Chin co-founded the NEAFS Student Forum, where he taught students about the realities of the profession.
He had a prolific career in forensic science that was defined through his work in the field and his dedication to mentoring young forensic professionals.
Application Deadline: April 30
Founded in 1964, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice is one of the leading educational institutions for criminal justice. Justice is at the heart of each program it provides—stretching across the arts, sciences, and humanities.
John Jay’s faculty of 1,100 includes two Pulitzer Prize winners, and nearly 50 percent of alumni have gone on to work in public service. This scholarship is renewable each year, offering $5,000 the first year and $7,500 for each additional year.
The Scholarship Office
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY 10019
Application Deadline: May 1
Founded in 1989, the Police Officer Assistance Trust (POAT) acts as a support organization for the law enforcement community of Miami-Dade, Florida. With a stated motto of “Serving Those Who Serve,” the organization assists officers and their families in times of need.
This scholarship was designed for children of law enforcement professionals who want to pursue a career in forensics and crime scene investigation.
Mike Byrd Science Scholarship
1030 NW 111 Avenue Suite 232
Miami, FL 33172
Application Deadline: April 30th
Since its inception in 1976, the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists (NEAFS) has hosted a yearly scholarship program to provide $1,000 to currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students who are pursuing an accredited degree in forensic science.
Qualified candidates must have at least junior-level status with good academic standing at a four-year institution in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, or New Jersey.
Along with the completed application form, candidates will be asked to supply two letters of recommendation from forensic science faculty members and a 500-word letter outlining their career objectives.
NEAFS Scholarship Program
100 College Drive
Allentown, PA 18104
Application Deadline: October 4th
At the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, the Sandy Jeffers Memorial Scholarship has been awarded annually since 2003 to provide at least $500 to currently enrolled undergraduate students who are studying historical or forensic anthropology within the Department of Anthropology.
For consideration, interested students must submit a completed application form with a thorough academic history, financial budgeting plan, and letter of intent indicating their interests related to the anthropology field.
Recipients will be selected solely on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, and commitment to historical or forensic anthropology.
Sandy Jeffers Memorial Scholarship
250 South Stadium Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996
Application Deadline: Varies
In honor of the former Director of the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University, the Sigrid and Cyril Wecht Forensic Science Scholarship is presented annually for $1,000 to new or currently enrolled students pursuing a degree within the Institute.
Aspiring forensic scientists and administrators must be enrolling full-time in the Master’s in Forensic Science, Master of Science in Nursing for Forensic Nursing, or Post-Master’s Certificate in Forensic Science to qualify.
Selection will be made based on applicants’ academic achievement, financial need, recommendations, and a clear commitment to social justice.
Sigrid and Cyril Wecht Forensic Science Scholarship
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
Application Deadline: February 2nd
Administered through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship Program provides a $10,000 stipend annually to worthy upper-division undergraduate students who are pursuing degrees in forensic science, physics, chemistry, nuclear engineering, or materials science.
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in an accredited institution, have U.S. citizenship, and exhibit a clear dedication for entering a career in the nuclear forensics community upon graduation.
Recipients will be invited to complete a summer research program for nine to 12 weeks at the Domestic Nuclear Detection Office to participate in their own nuclear forensics mission.
Nuclear Forensics Undergraduate Scholarship
650 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
Application Deadline: October 31
The New Jersey Association of Forensic Scientists (NJAFS) is an organization dedicated to furthering forensic science in New Jersey. It achieves this by connecting professionals and fostering dialogue through their quarterly dinner meetings and annual seminars.
The organization’s website provides resources for working forensic scientists, students, academics, and associates from different institutions.
NJAFS Scholarship Award PO Box 9304 Trenton, NJ 08650, (609)584-5054 ext 5465
Application Deadline: April 30,
This second NEAFS scholarship honors George W. Neighbor, Jr., a trace evidence examiner and microscopist whose work overturned wrongful convictions and reinforced the need for quality assurance in forensic science laboratories.
A former president of the NEAFS, George W. Neighbor left a legacy of mentorship—and many of his mentees have gone on to become laboratory supervisors and mentors themselves.
18. The Radford University Forensic Science Institute Boyd Forensic and Anthropological Science Scholarship
Application Deadline: February 1
Scholarships (amount unstated) are available to students attending Radford University in Radford, Va. through monies set aside by the school’s Radford University Foundation. Students must have obtained superb outstanding achievement in the field and be assisting faculty in research in forensic science or anthropological science.
They also need to write a 500-word essay describing their work and include two letters of recommendation from faculty members.
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Application Deadline: April 15
The American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors awards a scholarship of $1,000 annually to students who are juniors or seniors in a bachelor’s degree program or pursuing a graduate field of study in forensic science, forensic chemistry, or nature of physical science.
Selection is based on overall academic achievement and GPA with the forensic science field, recommendations by faculty or advisors, a personal statement, and motivation to work toward a career.
Application Deadline: April 1st
The Association of Firearm and Toolmark Examiners (ATFE) offers a $2,000 scholarship on an annual basis to students pursuing a career in forensic science and who are in their junior or senior year of a bachelor’s degree program or in an advanced degree program.
The scholarship is granted on a merit basis, but letters of recommendation, contributions to the field, and the applicant’s narrative statement are also considered.
A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Scholarships are granted at the beginning of each new school year, but applications are due by April 1 of the preceding spring.
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