The Fisher College of Science and Mathematics offers two scholarships for full-time, incoming freshmen that are renewable up to four years: the Jess Fisher FCSM Scholarship and the Jess Fisher Pre-Engineering Scholarship.
The Fisher College of Science and Mathematics provides the Michele M. Cooper, M.D. Scholarship, a donor-funded scholarship for an incoming freshman student from an Anne Arundel County High School who is committed to a major in the FCSM. This scholarship is renewable for up to three years as long as the student remains a major in the FCSM and in academic good standing.
The Fisher College of Science and Mathematics offers the Willard Hackerman Scholarship, a donor-funded endowed scholarship for incoming freshmen students from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute committed to major in a program housed in the Fisher College of Science and Mathematics. This scholarship is renewable up to four years as long as the student remains a major in the FCSM and in academic good standing.
The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation and is a joint effort between the Towson University’s Fisher College of Science & Mathematics and College of Education. This scholarship program aims to meet the growing local and national need for better-qualified middle and high-school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) teaching professionals. The Robert Noyce Scholarship Program channels these teachers into high need school districts. This program provides for both
The Fisher College of Science and Mathematics offers a scholarship for science majors within the Jess & Mildred Fisher College of Science and Mathematics who intend to teach in a secondary school science. This scholarship is awarded during the semester they are student teaching.