Our scholarship programs are numerous and generous! Our students received $810,000 in national and international scholarships during
the last five years, amounting to an annual average of $162,000. The Paper Technology Foundation
(PTF) awards merit-based scholarships ranging from $7,500 to $20,000 over nine semesters to students majoring in
Paper Engineering or Paper Science. The PTF has recently started offering scholarships to Chemical
Engineering majors who choose the Pulp and Paper or Pollution Prevention options and to any engineering student or science major with a minor in
Chemical Engineering majors with the Energy Management option can apply for the Armstrong Services International Scholarship after freshman year. Graphic and Printing Science (Imaging) students are eligible for numerous national and departmental scholarships that could total $16,000 or more over four years!
The criteria for giving the student scholarship funds allocated from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences differential tuition is outlined below:
The total amount of scholarship funds available within each program in the department is proportional to the number of students enrolled in that program.
All full time undergraduate students including freshman and transfer students who pay differential tuition are eligible.
Equal amount of scholarship will be given to students who have at least a 2.5 GPA in courses within their program and have C or better in all courses in the previous semester/academic year.
No application is necessary; the department scholarship committee will select recipients and make their recommendation to the chair before January 10th every year.