Berry Scholars Program
The Council on Student Scholarships administers, in conjunction with the Office of the Provost, student research and scholarship programs.
The KIRBO SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to students who have completed at least 24 credit hours at Berry College. This annual competition awards up to $1,250 to Berry College students to support projects related to the student's academic research or growth experiences such as study abroad, internships, or artistic endeavors. Click here for the Kirbo Scholars Application. Application deadline is November 14, 2014.
The RICHARDS SCHOLARS PROGRAM is designed for Berry students in their junior and senior years. The goal of the program is to help students move beyond the excellent work characteristic of many Berry students to a superlative level through a one-on-one working relationship with a faculty mentor. This program awards $5,000 to Berry College students and $1,000 to a faculty mentor.
Click here for the Richards Scholar Application. Application deadline is March 24, 2015.
The SYNOVUS SOPHOMORE SCHOLARS Program awards up to $2,000 to Berry College students who are rising sophomores and $500 for faculty or staff mentors to support projects related to the student's exploration of academic, research or growth experiences such as practicums, research, internships, entrepreneurial service or work projects, or artistic endeavors. Application deadline is March 25, 2015.
All Berry Scholar awardees must complete a Report of Activities by May 1 of the year following the award. Click here for the report form. In addition, awardees and their faculty mentors must write a note of appreciation to the donor of their award. The suggested format for your note can be found by clicking here.
Student Research Development Fund
The Student Research Development Fund is intended to enable students to take part in the important professional activity of conference presentation. Funding is intended to cover expenses, such as conference travel, registration fees, hotel costs, and meals.
All students in good academic standing are eligible to receive a Student Research Development grant. Grants are awarded at the discretion of the Council on Student Scholarship to students who are presenting original research or other scholarly activity at a professional conference. Individual students may receive only one grant per academic year.
To have an application considered for funding, a student must complete an
application form and attach a copy of the conference program or letter of acceptance. The maximum amount that may be awarded per application is $500. The application deadlines are September 8, 2014, November 10, 2014, January 19, 2015 and April 10, 2015.
Completed applications are reviewed in a timely manner and subject to approval by the Council on Student Scholarship. Students, who are awarded funds, must present receipts for reimbursement. In cases of documented need, case advances are available.
Symposium on Student Scholarship
April 14, 2015
The Symposium on Student Scholarship showcases Berry College student research and creative projects. Submission deadline is March 2, 2015.