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External Scholarships

We encourage our engineering students to apply for external scholarships. Information about these opportunities are posted below.

  • AGC Alabama Scholarship Fund
  • ASCENT Community College Scholarship
    • Must be eligible for Calculus I or higher mathematics courses
    • Must have completed the FAFSA
    • Must be in a pre-engineering or pre-science curriculum at an Alabama Community College with an intent to complete an engineering or science degree at an Alabama university
    • Up to $3,000 per semester
    • Targeted toward underrepresented groups
    • Scholarship is applied to the semesters a student is attending a community college - does not transfer to a four-year institution
    • Visit website for more information
  • Atkins Minority STEM Scholarship Program
    • Must be US Citiczen or Permanent Resident
    • Junior or Senior full-time student 
    • Minimum 3.0 GPA
    • Must be enrolled in contiguous fall and spring semesters
    • Awards of $2,000 for fall and spring semesters
    • Visit website for more information
  • IBP Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals
    • Rising juniors, seniors, and graduate students in engineering, maintenance, or reliability programs
    • 5 scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $10,000
    • Earn recognition and financial aid from an international association while opening the door to professionals and companies
    • Applications due June 2, 2017
    • Visit website for more information
  • StudySoup Women in Technology Scholarship
  • The GREEN Advantage
    • Short-term, experiential education for our world's most pressing issues in sustainable development
    • Now enrolling for Summer 2017 programs
    • Website and Application
  • NASA
    • The NASA Internships, Fellowships and Scholarship (NIFS) recruiting team is excited to announce the NIFS Virtual Career Summit. The summit will showcase the NIFS programs, as well as highlight each NASA center and its missions. Students will learn about current available opportunities, eligibility requirements, tips for the application process and hear from previous NIFS interns and fellows. The session will allow students to ask questions and have some of them answered live by NASA professionals.

    • May 24, 2017 from 12 PM to 2 PM, CDT
    • Register Here
Last Updated: 8/1/17 3:13 PM