Who is an Engineering Scholar?

An engineering scholar has demonstrated high academic achievement and appears to us as one who can change the world through engineering, innovation, and vision.

What is the Engineering Scholars Program?

The Engineering Scholars program is a cohort of top-performing, directly-admitted students who will participate in exciting, unique, and hands-on experiences and opportunities.

You’ll be part of a college-wide cohort of engineering students to build connections, friendships, and experience. You’ll also be a part of your department engineering scholars cohort for a more directed, smaller-group experience.

During your first semester, you’ll be participating in workshops, tours, and seminars preparing you for the spring semester. In the spring semester, you’ll choose to either work with a senior capstone design project team, or work in a research laboratory.

Benefits Include:

  • Enjoy exclusive career and networking opportunities with industry partners and leaders
  • Tour college labs and facilities typically not open to first-year students
  • Gain hands-on experience on a senior capstone project or in a research lab
  • Have fun with college and department social events and experiences
  • Participate in college and/or department off-campus site visits/field trips
  • Interact with engineering student ambassadors for peer mentoring and insights

Program Requirements:

    • Be in academic good standing during the program
    • Be a declared engineering major
    • Attend extracurricular seminars and workshops
    • Attend field trips and off-campus experiences
    • Meet a determined number of research or capstone hours
    • Be interested in changing the world and lives

If You Want To Be Part Of The Program, Please Give Us Your Information

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