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Nuclear Regulatory Commission Scholarship

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Bismarck State College provides this scholarship to encourage students to enter the nuclear generation, medical or research workforce. Underrepresented populations such as women, minorities and students with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.

Scholarships of $5000 will be awarded each year to students, not to exceed $10,000 per student. To qualify, the student must be enrolled in Nuclear Power Technology or Instrumentation and Control Technology. Funded by U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Award #31310022M0027.

  1. Citizen of the United States, national, refugee alien or permanent resident alien at time of application.
  2. Sign Student Service Agreement form.
  3. Must be accepted for admission at BSC.
  4. Student applicants must maintain satisfactory academic progress in the field of  study.
  5. Demonstrate financial need.
  6. A full-time student seeking an associate degree or a certificate in Nuclear Power Technology or Instrumentation and Control Technology. 
To ensure the timely processing of your form, please enter all of the necessary information.
* First Name  
Middle Initial
* Last Name  
Student ID (Mandatory for returning BSC students)
* Phone  
* Preferred Email Address  
* Address  
* City  
* Zip Code  
* Have you filled out a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Financial Aid)?  

* If you have filled out you FAFSA, did you select BSC as the school you are attending?  

* All scholarship recipients must enroll in at least 12 or more credits per semester to be eligible to receive funding. Please choose your current enrollment status  

Gender (optional)
Ethnicity (optional)
Please provide the following scores, if you have completed them, High School GPA
Please provide the following scores, if you have completed them, Composite ACT Score
If you have completed the COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, etc., please provide Math scores
* Year of Graduation  
If you did not graduate, did you receive a G.E.D.? 

* Why did you choose your major field of study?   
* What are your future educational and career plans?    
* Is there anything else you would like us to know about you and your application that we should consider?  
* Accepted applicants will be required to complete a Student Service Agreement required by Nuclear Regulator Commission. This agreement will be sent to the applicant upon acceptance of the scholarship.
I certify that the information I have provided here is accurate. I give the BSC Student Service Offices permission to release my name, address, telephone number, GPA, and other scores to share with the NRC Trade School scholarship selection committee. I also give permission to BSC to use information about my academic progress, major, participation, transfer institution, and choice of major for publications and presentations related to this project.