Engineering Scholarships 

The College of Engineering and Applied Science makes available a variety of undergraduate scholarship funds generously given by industry, alumni and other donors to support the education of engineering students. 

Qualifications:

  • All recipients must be registered for 6 or more credit hours in the semester during which the awards are made. 
  • Although some industry donor contracts allow recipients to have GPAs as low as 2.75, students with GPAs below 3.0 are generally not awarded scholarships because of competition. 
  • Dean’s scholarship applicants must be paying in-state tuition and have at least a 3.0 GPA, but they do not need to show unmet financial need. 

How to apply:

Once admitted, students may apply for college-based scholarships through the student portal​. A list of scholarships for which the student is eligible automatically populates. 

For questions about engineering-specific scholarships, please contact Engineering Student Services at 303-315-7510. 

For general information about scholarships or guidance in the general scholarship application process, visit the Scholarship Resource Office website.

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