Scholarship Opportunities

Florida Surveying & Mapping Society Scholarship 
Established in 1968 and devotes its resources to assist deserving students needing financial aid to obtain an education in the field of land surveying and other businesses and professions connected therewith. Applications are to be submitted to the Executive Director at least 2 weeks prior weeks prior to the Quarterly Board meeting.

FSMS Scholarship Application

 

Chapter Scholarships

The following scholarships are managed and distributed by the individual chapters:

Chapter Scholarship Name To Apply
Central Florida Gerald McNair Scholarship Contact Chapter President
Collier-Lee Collier-Lee Chapter Scholarship Contact Chapter President
Florida Crown Walter J. Reinhardt Scholarship Contact Chapter President
Manasota Manasota Chapter Scholarship Contact Chapter President
Palm Beach Carl Miller Memorial Scholarship Download Application

 

Nobles Consulting Group Scholarship

This scholarship is only available to students enrolled at Tallahassee Community College (TCC) with an emphasis on surveying courses. The applicant must be a student member of FSMS. For more information, contact Heather Mitchell at 850-201-6067 or [email protected]

 

Tampa Bay Surveying & Mapping Scholarship

Offered By To Apply
West Coast Land Surveyor's Associaton WCSLA

 

 

University of Florida Scholarships

These scholarships are only available to students enrolled in the UF Geomatics program. Contact the UF School of Forest Resources and Conservation (SFRC) for more information.

Florida Surveying & Mapping Society Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1990 through the University of Florida Foundation to assist UF students in their Geomatics Program. Funds awarded in the fall and spring semesters.

Carl E. Johnson Memorial Award
Established by the Carl E. Johnson family in the 1970’s and is a full tuition scholarship for students enrolled in the Geomatics Program at UF. Criteria gives priority to students who reside in the Charlotte, Collier, Hendry and Lee counties. Second priority given to students who reside in South Florida. Third priority is statewide.