Priority deadlines for the 2019-2020 academic year
- Incoming Freshmen – apply as soon as admitted
- Current NC State Students – February 15
- Transfer Students – apply as soon as admitted
Please keep in mind applications received by these deadlines will receive priority consideration.
- NC State University Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Forest Biomaterials Scholarships
- Forestry and Environmental Resources Scholarships
- Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Scholarships
Students who do not receive departmental scholarships are eligible for college-wide scholarships, which typically range from $500-$2,500.
Study Abroad Scholarships and Grants
Study Abroad scholarships and travel grants are available to supplement student funds on faculty-led trips. They typically range from $100 to $500 and are distributed in the spring for spring break and summer trips. To apply for a College of Natural Resources travel grant you must apply through the NC State study abroad office.
Student Assistance and Enrichment Fund
The College of Natural Resources Student Assistance and Enrichment Fund was created to enhance the academic and co-curricular experience of undergraduate students in the college. The purpose of the fund is two-fold: provide direct funding to students, and provide extra and co-curricular programming within CNR.
$800,000 in scholarships
Our students pursue their passions with support from annual scholarships.
Support Future Students
If you would like to invest in future natural resources professionals by establishing a new scholarship or contributing to the support of an existing scholarship, please visit our Support page for more information.
Scholarship Student Spotlights
Meet Daniel Choi
Doris Duke Collaborative Scholar Daniel Choi spent his summer in the field researching Bachman's sparrows on Sentinel Landscape in N.C.
Meet Carley Abney
Enrichment Fund recipient Carley Abney is a Sustainable Materials and Technology major exploring how environmental issues impact communities through the Environmental Justice tour in Eastern North Carolina.