Student Assistance Grants

In addition to managing contributions designated for support of recognition awards, the SEPM Foundation, Inc. manages the distribution of various designated student assistance grants.
 
To apply for a Student Grant only a single application is required to be considered for any or all applicable SEPM research funds, submit by January 15th, the following information to:

Dr. J. Frederick (Rick) Sarg
President, SEPM Foundation, Inc.
Colorado School of Mines 
1516 Illinois Street 
Golden, CO 80401
USA     

Email: jsarg@mines.edu

 
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1. A statement (typed, single-spaced; no more than a single page in length) that succinctly summarizes the objectives of the student's project.  The statement summary page of the project proposal must include a project title.  All materials, including reference letters must be submitted by January 15th.  No exceptions will be allowed.  Note to students:  Make sure to include your email address as well as your USPS address in all correspondence.

2. A budget that shows each anticipated category of expenditure and justification for it;

3. Letters of support mailed directly to the President from the student's adviser and from one other member of the faculty in the department in which he/she is enrolled. The letter from the adviser must include a statement certifying that the student is in good academic standing at the time of the application and that she/he has completed at least one semester of graduate study. Applications will be evaluated by a committee whose members will select the awardee(s). The successful applicant(s) will be notified of the award by May 1st. The minimum award will be $500; the maximum is determined by investment income.   

Electronic submission of both application and letters of support is encouraged. If submission is electronic, please use a commonly accepted format.
 
 
 

List of SEPM Foundation Funds specifically restricted to student funding.


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