In addition to the scholarships and financial aid offered through the university, alternative sources, 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 email@example.com
Scholarships for Incoming First-Year Students
Engineering Board of Governor's Scholarship:
Application Deadline: March 8, 2018
A $10,000 Engineering Board of Governor’s Scholarship is competitively awarded to an entering first-time, first-year student planning to major in engineering. Applicants must complete a special scholarship application and an application for admission by the deadline. This award is renewable for three more years for a total of $40,000.
Science, Mathematics and Engineering Scholarship:
Application Deadline: December 1, 2017
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
School of Engineering Returning Student Scholarships:
Application Deadline: February 10th, 2018
Up to twenty five scholarships valued between $500 and $2,000 are made available for returning engineering students each academic year. Applicants must be currently enrolled in engineering at the University of St. Thomas and complete the online application and written statement by the deadline. Some of the scholarships have criteria based on financial need. Financial need is determined via students’ annual FAFSA forms, so applicants who wish to be considered for need-based scholarships should be sure to complete the FAFSA each year.
Alternative Scholarship Sources
View scholarship opportunities offered through engineering professional societies and government agencies. Please note that the University of St. Thomas does not endorse or update the content of these sites.