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Scholarship Information

The following is a brief description of scholarships offered through the Ingram School of Engineering. Students are notified of the availability of these scholarships through classroom announcements, posted departmental flyers, and electronic message board during the appropriate semester.

Scholarships:

 


Denison-Koehn Endowed Science Scholarship - Deadline to apply is 3/17/2014

Application/Details


Mariel M. Muir Endowed Scholarship - Deadline to apply is 3/17/2014

Scholarship awarded to a junior undergraduate student.

Application/Details


Durrenberger Scholarship for Women in Science - Deadline to apply is 3/17/2014

Flyer

Application


Presidential Upper Level Scholarship - Deadline to apply is 2/15/2014

The Presidential Upper Level Scholarship Program provides financial assistance and special recognition to a limited number of undergraduate students who have been outstanding in their college work. Each Scholarship is valued at twelve hundred dollars, and the award is for one year only. Each of the eight undergraduate colleges (excluding the Honors College) will be authorized to choose one student per year for the award.

To receive this scholarship, a student must earn 60 or more credits by the time the scholarship is funded (fall term). Thirty of the sixty credits must have been earned at Texas State. The award will go to the next ranked nominee if the recipient does not complete 60 hours by the end of summer school, or if the recipient graduated after completing one semester of work as a scholarship holder.

To apply:

Complete an application form (Appendix A) and deliver it to the School of Engineering, RFM 5202, along with an official transcript

Request 3 faculty members, preferably from your major department, to fill out an evaluation form (Appendix B) and deliver it to the School of Engineering, RFM 5202


Spark Scholarship

The mission of the SPARK program is to inspire, support, and empower undergraduate women majoring in engineering, engineering technology, computer science, and mathematics at Texas State University.

This unique program is funded by the National Science Foundation and is part of the College of Science and Engineering's goal to increase the number of women graduating with degrees in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and entering professional STEM careers.

For more information, click here.