In addition to the scholarships and financial aid offered through the university and other federal and state programs, the School of Engineering offers several scholarship opportunities for students studying or planning on studying engineering.
Questions regarding these scholarships should be directed to Jacki Kubal in the Main Engineering Office, 651-962-5750 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen
Board of Governor's Scholarship:
A $10,000 Board of Governor’s Scholarship is competitively awarded to an entering first year student planning to major in engineering. Applicants must complete a special scholarship application and an application for admission by the deadline.
Two full-tuition and two $8,000 Science, Mathematics and Engineering scholarships are competitively awarded to entering first year students planning to major in science, mathematics or engineering. Applicants must complete a special scholarship application and an application for admission by the deadline.
Scholarships for Returning Students - Due April 7, 2015
The School of Engineering is pleased to announce that up to ten (10) $2,000 scholarships will be made available for returning Engineering students for the 2015-2016 academic year. The scholarships are provided by the generous contributions from sponsors of the Dale Irwin Hayes Scholarship Fund, the Samuel M. Paine Navy V-12 Memorial Scholarship Fund, the Michael and Rebecca Thyken Endowment, and the John E. Povolny Endowment. In these difficult economic times, we are truly grateful for the continued support of these sponsors.
The School of Engineering has developed a single application form to facilitate the awards process. To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled in Engineering. Applicants should fill out the Scholarship Application form with a short written statement describing what you are gaining from your experience at St. Thomas and what you hope to accomplish as you continue your studies and beyond. The application form is linked (above) or copies are available from the Engineering Office (OSS 100). The Applications are due April 7, 2015. Announcements are expected by May 4th.