Applications for scholarships to be awarded for the 2014/15 academic year are now being accepted. The application deadline is April 25, 2014. Students who have been awarded scholarships for previous years must reapply each year for renewal. For further information, contact Dr. Doug Smith in Mechanical Engineering or Dr. Randall Jean in Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Please note: Incoming freshman and transfer students who intend to major in engineering should contact the Office of Student Financial Services for scholarship and financial aid information. This single point-of-contact for both financial aid and scholarships insures equitable access to financial service for all incoming students.
The primary recipients of scholarships awarded by the School of Engineering and Computer Science are sophomore, junior, and senior engineering students. Some of these scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic accomplishment only while others are awarded on the basis of financial need and merit.
Available scholarships include:
- Baylor Engineering Alumni and Faculty Scholarship
- Baylor University Anonymous Scholarship
- Dr. and Mrs. James H. Nolen Computer & Engineering Science Scholarship
- Engineering Scholarship
- James Bargainer Engineering Scholarship
- Neill Morris Memorial Scholarship
- R. Bryan Nichols Scholarship
- School of Engineering & Computer Science Board of Advocates Scholarship
- Texas Society of Professional Engineers Scholarship
- William Eldon Mearse Family Scholarship
Other Scholarships and AwardsMany scholarships and awards are available from sources outside Baylor University. They are designated for students in specific areas of study or specific groups, and some of them are described below.
Numerous scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate students are available to students studying in many fields including engineering. These scholarships are highly competitive and many involve study abroad. These scholarships include Marshall Scholarships, Fulbright Scholarships, and Rhodes Scholarships. Engineering students are encouraged to apply for these scholarships, and additional information is available at the National and International Scholarships webpage.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is pleased to announce the NASA Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP), offering undergraduates across the United States mentored internship experiences at NASA Centers and research support facilities. USRP offers internships in engineering, science, and mathematics that give students an opportunity to work on practical problems that will see real applications in aerospace or on future NASA missions. USRP experiential opportunities are offered year round in the fall, summer and spring. Applications are available online at NASA's Undergraduate Research Program.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). For U.S. citizens, nationals, or permanent resident aliens at or near the beginning of their graduate studies, this program offers a stipend of $30,000 a year for three years and a $10,500 cost of education allowance and a one-time $1,000 travel allowance. For application and deadline information, go to NSF Fastlane. For additional program information, go to GRFP.
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is proud to award scholarship money to both undergraduate and graduate engineering students. SAE scholarships assist in developing the future engineering workforce by helping students achieve their dreams of becoming an engineer. Funded through the SAE Foundation, these scholarships encourage academic excellence and help students around the world to pursue their passion for engineering. Application information is available online at SAE's Scholarships.
ASCO Numatics, the world's leading manufacturer of flow control and pneumatics solutions, is proud to announce the availability of new scholarships for engineering students in industrial automation-related disciplines. They will award two merit-based scholarships of $5,000 each to exceptional undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a career in manufacturing and processing engineering. Application information may be found at the ASCO Numatics Scholarship Program.
Students majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering may apply for various scholarships and financial resources through the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Application information is available at the IEEE Student Concourse web site.
Students majoring in Mechanical Engineering may apply for various scholarships and financial resources through the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Application information is available at the ASME Scholarships page.
Baylor University is a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) which awards scholarships annually. HACU uses an online scholarship application for the programs it administers. Students interested in applying for one of these scholarships should visit their scholarship web site for more information.
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) offers scholarships for both undergraduate students and graduate students. Students interested in applying for one of these scholarships should visit NSBE�s Pre-College Initiative .