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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:

 


Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

The Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program for Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) provides funding for the pursuit of Bachelors (junior and senior), Master’s or Doctoral Degrees in transportation related fields. 

Award Amount: Recipients will receive a minimum of $1,500 to a maximum of $10,000 which may include tuition, stipend, and travel funding to attend the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Annual Meeting in January 2021. 

Application Deadline: June 8, 2020

For More Information and How to Apply please visit: https://www.engineering.txstate.edu/civil-engineering/Dwight-David-Eisenhower-Transportation-Fellowship-.html


Gulf Coast Power Association Scholarship Opportunity

This scholarship will be awarded to an Electrical Engineering major who is committed to pursuing a career in the power industry.

Award Amount: Anticipated award amount is $2500 (varies annually) and will be credited toward recipient's tuition and fees.

Application Deadline: April 25th  (to award Fall 2018 semester).

Apply via the Bobcat Online Scholarship System (BOSS)!

 


College of Science & Engineering Scholarships

The College of Science & Engineering offers various scholarships. For more information on those, click below.

COSE Scholarships


The Atkins Women and Minorities STEM Scholarship Program Scholarships

The Women and Minorities STEM Scholarship Program is now accepting application through June 1st! Check out the flyer for more details!

Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program

The Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Program for Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) provides funding for the pursuit of Bachelors (junior and senior), Master’s or Doctoral Degrees in transportation related fields. The program objectives are to attract the nation's brightest minds to the field of transportation; to enhance the careers of transportation professionals by encouraging them to seek advanced degrees; and to retain top talents in the transportation industry of the United States