Brother Dominic Barry Mathematics Scholarships
Saint Mary's College Department of Mathematics and Computer Science invites applications for the Brother Dominic Barry Mathematics scholarships. Each scholarship is awarded in the amount of $13,000 annually and is renewable for four years. The scholarships will be awarded to the two highest scorers on the Math Problem Solving Competition to take place on the afternoon of Saturday, February 25, 2017.
Following the competition, there will be an opportunity to participate in fun math events and share dinner with current Saint Mary's math majors.
Students interested in participating in the Scholarship competition must sign up before February 13, 2017.
Students who take part in the scholarship competition must have complete applications and will have their application fees waived.
Saint Mary's College Department of Physics and Astronomy invites applications for the Physics Scholarships. Two scholarships are available for each incoming class of first year students. Each scholarship is awarded in the amount of $13,000 annually and is renewable for four years. The Physics department scholarship is based on an exam. The hour-long exam is designed to test a student’s creative problem solving skills. It cannot be studied for or prepared for and does not test specific knowledge of Physics – we seek students who have the ability to think outside the box and examine problems from multiple perspectives.
Eligible students must:
Submit a self-nomination form
Score a 600 or better on the math sub-section of the SAT, or a 26 on the math sub-section of the ACT
Visit campus Saturday, February 25, 2017, to take the exam
More information on scholarships can be found on the SMC Scholarship page: