College of Engineering

Scholarships

Engineering Career Services is here to share opportunities for you to fund your education. Check back often for engineering specific scholarships or visit Enrollment Services, scholarshipsharing.org, or fastweb.com for a full list of available scholarships.


Department of Defense Cyber Scholarship Program 2020-2021

Info session Jan. 23 5:30 Engineering West Hall, room 101.

The deadline application to apply for the DoD Cyber Scholarship Program is February 21.

The requirements for this scholarship are as follows:

  • Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors pursuing a bachelor's degree in a cyber-related field
  • First and second-year students pursuing a master's degree in a cyber-related field
  • A cumulative GPA of at least 3.2 out of 4.0
  • 18 years of age or older at the time of application
  • Does not need to be a STEM major, just needs to have taken a cybersecurity class

Students selected as Cybersecuirty Scholars will receive a one-year full-ride scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year. This covers the following:

  • Full cost of tuition and books 
  • Required fees
  • A laptop, which the student can keep after the scholarship period has ended
  • Undergraduate- $25,000 stipend to cover room/board and other living expenses
  • Graduate- $30,000 stipend to cover room/board and other living expenses
  • Internship opportunities and guaranteed employment with a DoD agency upon graduation

DoD Application Instructions


Raytheon-SVA Scholarship

Student Veterans of America and Raytheon have partnered to provide three (3) $10,000 STEM scholarships to student veterans pursuing engineering degrees or a degree in a closely related field. These student veterans have the potential to fill a critical skills gap plaguing the nation and usher in a new generation of technological advancements. This partnership will support the professionals that are well equipped to answer the challenges of tomorrow. Learn more about the Raytheon-SVA scholarship.


Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship

The Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) scholarship for service program is open to: undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) fields. SMART scholars receive:

  • Full tuition and educational fees
  • Generous cash stipend
  • Employment with the Department of Defense facilities after graduation
  • Summer internships, health insurance, and book allowance

For more information and to apply, visit the DoD SMART Scholarship website

*US citizens only

 

 

 

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