In response to changes in University operations due to COVID-19, the Engineering Scholarship Office (ESO) will continue to offer advising appointments on a virtual basis via phone or Bluejeans teleconference. If you are concerned about the effects these changes are having to you financially, please set up a virtual advising appointment. You can schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Students with immediate emergency financial needs as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic can use this form for requests: COVID-19 Emergency Funding Request Form.
Current undergraduate students are encouraged to explore scholarship opportunities offered through the Engineering Scholarship Office as well as additional opportunities within the College of Engineering and the University.
College of Engineering Scholarships
Scholarship opportunities for current students enrolled in the College of Engineering are listed in the menu at left. The following scholarships requiring students to submit an application for consideration:
- The Class of 1931E Scholarships
- College of Engineering Need- and Merit-Based Scholarships
- College of Engineering Industry-Sponsored Scholarships
- Leinweber Software Scholarship
- Wang Chu Chien-Wen Summer Research Awards
- Vulcans Scholarship
CoE Emergency/Special Circumstances Assistance
Each year, the College of Engineering allocates some funding to assist current undergraduate students that experience financial difficulties as a result of emergency situations or special circumstances. Students may experience financial difficulties as a result of changes in the family’s financial situation, unmet financial need in their financial aid package, or unforeseen expenses. Students that would like to discuss the possibility of receiving funding for special circumstances should contact the Engineering Scholarship Office at email@example.com or 734-647-7113 to schedule an appointment.
Additional University Scholarship Opportunities
- Alumni Association Scholarships
- CEW+ Scholarships
- Monroe-Brown Internship Program
- Public Service Intern Program (PSIP)
- Rogel China Scholarship
- Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Scholarships
- Telluride House Room and Board Scholarship
The University of Michigan Army ROTC Department is offering ROTC STEM scholarships to qualified engineering students that complete their undergraduate degree. The STEM scholarships are limited and a first-come, first-serve basis for all those who qualify.
In order to be eligible for the ROTC STEM Scholarship you must meet the following qualifications:
- Medically Qualified by DOD Medical Evaluation Review Board – ROTC will send you to an approved DOD physician for a full medically physical for free in your local area.
- Academically Qualified – must have a minimum 2.5 CGPA to be eligible for the scholarship and maintain a 2.0 Cumulative GPA while taking at least 12 credits per semester.
- Successfully pass an Army Physical Fitness Test each semester and pass Army height/weight standards
Scholarship benefits include:
- Full tuition and fees or Room and Board (In-State and Out-State Available)
- $1200 per year for books
- $350-$500 monthly tax-free stipend