Marietta College is a private liberal arts college in Marietta, Ohio. This liberal arts college was founded in 1835.
Likewise, it offers more than 45 majors, minors, and pre-professional programs. Each gives students the tools they need to think clearly, to debate forcefully, and to find possible solutions for every problem.
The Rickey Scholarships in Physics support the study of physics at Marietta College. The award is a merit-based full-tuition scholarship, renewable for up to four years. The Scholarships are competitive and are available to full-time students who intend to major in physics with the goal of continuing to graduate school and a scientific or technical career.
Recipients will go through selection process on the basis of excellent academic achievement. A Scholarship is renewable on an annual basis only if the recipient continues to major in physics while making normal progress in the Physics Major curriculum, and maintains a grade-point average of at least 3.00, both overall and in the courses required for the Physics Major.
Also, recipients of Rickey Scholarships in Physics are automatically eligible to receive up to two Summer Research Grants. The Rickey Scholarships in Physics were established by David M. Rickey ’78 and Jan Rickey through their J&D Family Foundation.
All applications apply online through the website. Further, they need to submit a resume, letter of recommendation and official transcripts.