When the University of Idaho opened its new football program in 2019, a number of programs were added.
Now that the school is back, a few more programs are up for consideration.
Below are the four most popular options for the 2019-2020 academic year: •The College of Science and Engineering (CSSE) is a top-ranked engineering and technology program in the country.
CSSE students receive a full scholarship for their senior year, which includes full tuition.
The university’s College of Arts and Sciences, which offers more competitive scholarships, has no cap on the amount of cash that can be given to students.
Students who complete a minimum of 30 credits can expect a full, tuition-free scholarship for the first year.
•The University of Montana is a historically black college that also offers scholarships for its undergraduate students.
The school’s CSSE program is worth a $4,500 scholarship for its first-year students.
•University of Texas at Austin is one of the nation’s top colleges for students with STEM backgrounds.
The CSSE scholarship is worth up to $10,000.
For students with a high school diploma or GED, the scholarship is valued at $6,000 to $8,000 per year.
In 2018, Texas A&M University’s CSEE offered $7,500 to $9,000 in cash and a $5,000 cap on scholarship recipients.•The University at Buffalo has offered a variety of scholarships to its CSSE and GED students, including a $3,500 Scholarship for students in the Undergraduate Engineering Programs and a CSSE-GED scholarship for all CSSE applicants.
•Washington State University’s GED and CSEE programs both award cash and scholarships for undergraduate students, and the CSEE and GES program also offer cash.
Students with a GED can expect to receive a scholarship of $5 to $6 per credit.
•Students from Arizona State University, the University at Albany and the University Of Michigan also have CSSE scholarships available to students in their CSSE programs.
The University at Michigan offers a $10 cash scholarship for students who have completed 30 credits and earn a GPA of 3.5 or better.
Students in the GES programs can expect the same award.
•Other options include the University At Buffalo, University of North Dakota, University Of New Hampshire and University of Arizona.
For more information on scholarship options for students interested in an undergraduate degree program, check out the U.S. News College Compass.