Mary E. Geyer Foundation Scholarship

The Mary E. Geyer Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit corporation designed to identify and support meritorius undergraduate women majoring in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) fields, and to provide them with financial support. The Foundation has been awarding tuition grants to IT and Engineering majors at AUIS since 2015.

The Foundation is now accepting applications for the scholarship for academic year 2017-18. 


This year, the Foundation is offering three (03) tuition grants of $2,000 to female undergraduate students at AUIS who major in IT or engineering in 2017/18.  

Application and Requirements

  • Qualified applicants are rising 3rd and 4th year female undergraduates at AUIS;

  • Have an accumulative GPA of 3.0 out of 4.0; and, 

  • Must submit a completed application to the Foundation by August 31st, 2017. The application can be downloaded here:  Mary E. Geyer STEM Scholarship Application for AUIS


For more information please contact Roger W. Geyer, president of the Foundation and former associate professor at AUIS, at, or visit the Foundation website

During the academic year 2016-17, two $1,500 scholarships were offered to students Snur Hamid (IT major) and Zanwer Hassan (Construction engineering major) at AUIS.

"I would like to thank the Mary E. Geyer Foundation, Inc. for supporting females with their science studies. To be supported with your studies means a lot, especially in a community in which science is seen as a male profession. Therefore, I encourage my female friends at AUIS to take the chance and apply for this scholarship so that they can focus more on their future studies and become more successful."                                                                   
                                                    Zanwer Hassan '17, recipient of the 2016-17 Geyer Foundation Scholarship

View the latest newsletter by the Geyer Foundation, including information about the AUIS students who received the Scholarship last year.

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