The College of Engineering Dean's Office has a limited number of scholarship and fellowship awards available to students in the College of Engineering.
- National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)
- NACME is widely known as the nation's largest private source of scholarships for African American, American Indian and Latino women and men in engineering. Over 15 percent of all minority engineering graduates since 1974 have received scholarship support from NACME and are now leaders in government, industry, and academia.
To be eligible for this award, you must:
- Be either a US citizen or permanent resident
- Have demonstrated financial need (as determined by the FAFSA report)
- Be enrolled as a pre-engineering or engineering student
- Maintain a GPA of at least 2.8
- Mojtahedi Nexus Scholarship
- The Ali Mojtahedi Humanities and Engineering Nexus Scholarship supports students pursuing academic studies in any field in the College of Engineering or the Allen School combined with studies in the arts, humanities, or social sciences within the College of Arts & Sciences. While selected students will typically have declared two or more majors, students who are early in their studies and who have not yet declared multiple majors are welcome to apply.
- The application for 2021-2022 scholarships will open in Spring Quarter 2021.
- College of Engineering Dean's Fellowship
- The College of Engineering Dean's Office supports graduate fellowship awards for top incoming doctoral applicants nominated by their departments. Students selected for the College of Engineering Dean's Fellowship receive a full fellowship appointment covering tuition, stipend, and benefits for the first year of their doctoral program followed by 3 years of departmental TA/RA appointment support. No teaching or research service is required during the fellowship year. Notifications about Dean's Fellowship awards are included in funding offers sent by departments. Dean's Fellowship awards are supported by College of Engineering endowments and fellowship support from the Office of the Provost.
- Herbold Data Science Fellowship
- The Herbold Data Science Fellowship provides awards of approximately $10,000 to up to 5 master's degree students in the College of Engineering who are engaged in study or research with a focus in data science. To apply, students must demonstrate academic merit as evidenced by a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50 on their transcript(s) from a previous degree (bachelor's or master's).
- The application for 2021-2022 fellowships will open in 2021.
- Mary Gates Endowment for Students (a UW fund that provides a variety of scholarships for honors, research, leadership, and venture)