Thanks to the generous donations from alumni and friends, the College of Engineering has hundreds of scholarships that provide financial support for admitted and enrolled undergraduate engineering students. Scholarships may be based upon merit and/or financial need ranging in award amounts. The college welcomes diversity in the student body, and encourages women and students from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds to apply.
The College of Engineering is invested in supporting experiential education opportunities that foster a student’s personal and professional development. Engineering Professional Development offers grants for engineering students to pursue high-quality, unpaid internships for global, non-profit, academic or non-partisan governmental experiences. Although unpaid, The College of Engineering values these experiences for their ability to foster the student’s career exploration, enhance their academic program, provide networking opportunities, and develop leadership skills. To apply for funding, click here.
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Additional Scholarship Opportunities
Electrical and Computer Engineering Scholarships
IIHR--Hydroscience & Engineering
Study Abroad Scholarships
Frequently Asked Questions
As of Fall, 2015 there were 2,165 undergraduates, 58 master's candidates, and 251 doctorate candidates enrolled.
As of Fall, 2015 the student body report 75% male and 25% female.
We employ 90 tenured and tenure-track professors. The break down is as follows: 45 professors, 28 associate professors, 17 assistant professors, and 12 lecturers. We also have 157 dedicated professional and scientific, and merit staff members.
A substantial amount! There are more than 14,500 known living alumni world-wide!
You can study Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or be Undeclared Engineering for the first three semesters.