Scholars in Engineering and Science (SEAS) is a scholarship program we offer to encourage and inspire our best and brightest students to pursue a degree and career in a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) field. If you qualify, you may receive up to $3,500 per year to offset tuition and other college costs.
The goal of SEAS is to:
- Identify high achieving low- to moderate-income students with a desire to pursue a STEM degree
- Foster a vibrant learning community
- Provide support services to improve student engagement, learning, persistence, and success
- Allow seamless student transfers to four-year institutions
Check out the many activities SEAS students are involved with on the SEAS Facebook page.
The SEAS scholarship program is made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
The application deadline for the Fall 2021 semester is July 15.
All SEAS applicants must:
- Be enrolled in or complete the admission process to Craven Community College
- Commit to at least one academic year
- Declare a major in science, technology, engineering, or math
- Demonstrate a strong record of academic performance and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher
- Complete the FAFSA to determine financial need as set forth in the scholarship guidelines
- Have no more than 12 transferable credit hours in the Associate of Science or Associate of Engineering degree program (preference)
- Commit to enroll in a minimum of 8 credit hours each semester
- Commit to participate in all SEAS scholar events and activities
- Be a U.S. citizen
If you are interested in applying for the SEAS program, please complete the Craven Community College Scholars in Engineering and Science (SEAS) Scholarship Program and submit all required materials listed on the application.
Entry into the program is competitive and is based on both demonstrated financial need and academic excellence.
SEAS Program Director
Perdue Hall, Room 125
Chair of Math & Science
BIT Building, Suite 102