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The Honors College welcomes grant applications to support research and creative work, specifically to support the cost of materials and related travel. Please note that grant requests should not exceed $3000. Grant applications must be submitted on an individual (per student) basis, even if the project is a collaboration with other students. Check out the Honors College Grant Application for more Information. Applications are received on a rolling basis.
Looking for Study Abroad Scholarships? Check out our information on Study Abroad/Away Scholarships.
The Honors College has a limited number of $500 awards to support research and/or creative activity for students working to complete Honors College capstone projects.The main purpose of the award is to give students a financial boost in the weeks leading to the completion of the capstone project. We want to help you be able to focus even more on this important piece of your Honors education. Check back in the fall for more details.
The Honors College has up to two $1,000 awards this Spring to support research and/or creative activity for students in any field working on projects that engage issues of ethics in some capacity. This grant is officially named the James Willits Prize, supported by the Garber family. Check back in the fall for more details.
Check out these programs to help gain experience for your Honors Capstone Project. These programs might inspire your project, provide the experience neccesary to complete it, and could even offer funding.
McNair Scholars ProgramMore Information
Wyoming InbreMore Information
Wyoming Workforce Training Development FundMore Information
Provost Strategic Fund with Honors and UW ExtensionMore Information
Wyoming Nasa Space Grant ConsortiumMore Information
Summer Undergraduate Research in Economics ProgramMore Information
Wyoming Research Scholars ProgramMore Information