Additional Scholarships Not Exclusive to CAE/KSU
Scholarships for Engineering and Applied Engineering Programs or Aeronautics Programs Students
- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) offers two fellowship area opportunities, Greater Research Opportunities (GRO) Undergraduate Fellowships, Science To Achieve Results (STAR) Graduate Fellowship.
- Hubstaff offers scholarships for college students currently enrolled in technical or IT programs, minimum 3.5 GPA.
- IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) offers scholarship opportunities. Visit their website to search for scholarships that you qualify for.
- NASA offers multiple scholarship opportunities with varying criteria, in areas related to both aeronautics and engineering, undergraduate and graduate.
Scholarships for Engineering and Applied Engineering Programs Students
- AGMA Foundation awards scholarships to outstanding engineering students at the Associate/Technical, Undergraduate, and Graduate levels.
- American Muscle Four students pursuing an automotive-themed major (mechanical engineering, robotics, etc.) will be selected nationwide to receive a $2,000 award. Two scholarships will be provided every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships for the fall semester annually. Non-renewable; however, winners may reapply.
- George Schneider Jr. Industrial Technology Scholarship Award The George Schneider Jr. Industrial Technology Scholarship Award is funded through the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) for a student enrolled full or part-time, and pursuing a bachelor degree in manufacturing engineering, technology or closely related field. One (1) scholarship will be awarded for a student enrolled in the CAE at the Kent campus. To be eligible for consideration student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or greater. Submissions are accepted mid-October via the SME website.
- NADCA (North American Die Casting Association) offers multiple scholarship opportunities with varying criteria, incoming freshman through graduate, 3 months die casting experience or graduate degree pursuance required.
Scholarships for Aeronautics Programs Students
NetJets Candidates must major or be an accepted major with an Aviation or Hospitality focus.
ORBAA Annually, ORBAA is proud to award two $2,500 scholarships to students working towards a career in Business Aviation! Please review the requirements below and email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.