Scholarships

The Civil Engineering Department provides many undergraduate scholarships each year through the Civil Engineering Scholarship program and through the Contractor License Fee (CLF) scholarship program. Civil Engineering Scholarships are funded by gifts and endowments from alumni and friends of the department. Contractor License Fee scholarships are funded by fees paid by contractors as part of their license renewal fees each year.

How to Apply

Incoming freshmen accepted for admission to Auburn University and enrolled and transfer students must apply through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) to receive consideration for university-wide and Samuel Ginn College of Engineering scholarships. AUSOM’s online features and benefits allow students to search, review requirements, apply and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities, all within one easy-to-use site.

All students must apply through AUSOM by March 1 to receive consideration for Samuel Ginn College of Engineering general and Civil Engineering Departmental Scholarships. For additional information or questions regarding engineering scholarships, contact Mary Lynn Saidla, Engineering Scholarship Coordinator, at saidlml@auburn.edu.  

For additional information regarding university-wide scholarships, visit auburn.edu/scholarships

Department Scholarship Program

Incoming Freshmen

The Department awards scholarships to incoming Freshmen based on their standardized test score (ACT and SAT), high school GPA, and extra curricular activities. The scholarships are highly competitive and are typically awarded for a period of four years subject to satisfactory performance by the student.

Current Students

Students enrolled at Auburn may also apply for Civil Engineering Scholarships each year. The number and size of scholarships available varies from year to year. Choice of recipients depends on factors such as academic performance, career planning, technical area of interest, and place of permanent residence.

Contractor License Fee Scholarship Program

The Contractor License Fee (CLF) Scholarship program is for Alabama residents only, and these scholarships are available to Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors. CLF Scholarships are awarded on a year-to-year basis. Scholarship amounts are based on academic performance and vary each year with the availability of funds.

Scholarship Name

Preferences/Restrictions/Comments

Baskerville Donovan, Inc. Endowment For Scholarships in Memory Of William H. Baskerville

Ray D. Bass Endowment For Scholarships In The Auburn University Foundation For The Department of Civil Engineering

 

BCM Engineers, A Divisions Of ATC Group Services Company

Priority given to minority students from the Mobile, Ala. metropolitan area

William A. Boone Endowment For Scholarships in Civil Engineering

Must be an Alabama or Georgia Resident

Paul and Marilyn Box Transportation Research Trust

For Sophomore, Junior, and Senior level students who wish to pursue a career in traffic engineering

Brasfield & Gorrie Annual Scholarship

Incoming Freshman and Seniors with interest in construction

Nancy B. and Benjamin F. Carr, Jr. Scholarship Endowment For Civil Engineering In The Samuel Ginn College Of Engineering

Preference to students from Shelby, Ala. that have achieved Junior and/or Senior status

CH2MHill Endowment For Scholarships and Fellowships

Charles Edward Sauls Endowment For Scholarships

Civil Engineering Class of 1976 Endowment For Scholarships In The Department Of Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering Scholarships Endowment Fund

William Winfield Clark Endowment For Scholarships In Civil Engineering

Contractor's License Fee

Alabama residents only with an interest in highway engineering and or/construction engineering

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Dixon Scholarship

Grigg-Burns Endowment for Scholarships

Melissa Brown Herkt Endowment Fund For Scholarships

HMB Alabama, LLC Annual Scholarship In The Department Of Civil Engineering For The Samuel Ginn College Of Engineering

Preference given to students from Montgomery, Ala. and contiguous counties that have achieved Junior and or/Senior status

Alan P. Hudgins Endowment For Scholarships

Preference to students from Monroe County, Ala.

Elton Z. and Lois G. Huff Civil Engineering Endowed Scholarships

John Steele Henley II Endowment For Scholarships

Juniors or higher with GPA 3.2 or higher
Preference to students from Alabama or the Commonwealth of Virginia

Lane, Bishop, York and Delahay, Inc. Endowment for scholarships

Preference to students who have a career interest in Civil or Structural Engineering

Norman L. Liver Scholarship Endowment

Thomas M. Lowe Sr. Memorial Endowment For Scholarships

Machemehl/Hugh Neville/Rex Copeland, D'Anne Clark Scholarship Endowment

Priority to members of the Air National Guard

McCartney Construction Company, Inc. Highway Engineering Endowed Scholarship Fund

Alabama residents pursuing careers in Highway Engineering

Jesse D. McGill Memorial Scholarship

Students pursuing careers in the highway industry

George L. McGlamery Endowed Scholarship In The Department Of Civil Engineering

Junior and/or Senior status

John F. And Agnes N. Meagher Jr. Endowed Scholarship In The Department Of Civil Engineering

Lex S. Owens Scholarship

Dr. Rex Kelly Rainer Sr. Endowment For Scholarships For The Department Of Civil Engineering Within The Samuel Ginn College Of Engineering

George and Edna Russian Endowment For Scholarships

Preference to student in the Auburn University NROTC Program

Larry E. Speaks & Associates, Inc. Endowed Scholarship In The Department Of Civil Engineering For The Samuel Ginn College Of Engineering

Must be a student from one of the following counties in Alabama: Montgomery, Elmore, Lowndes, Autauga, Bullock, Macon, Tallapoosa, Chilton and Coosa

James W. Woodruff Sr. Endowment Fund For Scholarships

Preference to students from the Chattahoochee River Valley that have achieved Sophomore, Junior and/or Senior status

Hydraulic Engineering Annual Scholarship

Student must be a first generation college attendee and/or demonstrate financial need according to FAFSA; Student must have achieved Sophomore status or higher

Contacts

For additional information about Engineering scholarships contact:

Mary Lynn SaidlaMary Lynn Saidla
Scholarship Coordinator

Office: 1210 Shelby Center
Phone: (334) 844-2249
Fax: (334) 844-2349
E-mail

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Last Updated: Feb 26, 2014