Each year the engineering department offers scholarships that are "department" specific and are funded through various grants.
NOTE: The Engineering Department scholarships are in addition to the ICC Foundation Scholarship process campus-wide. We encourage students to apply for both. The ICC Foundation Scholarship application is available during the month of February and is due the first week of March; so don't miss this great opportunity.
Below is a list of current Engineering Department Scholarships. As others become available; they will be posted on this page. To apply for the scholarships listed on this page, complete the online Engineering Department Scholarship Form using the link provided below. You will be considered for any of the scholarships for which you meet the criteria.
Engineering Department Scholarship
National Science Foundation Scholarship Piority Deadline: April 17, 2015
The National Science Foundation Scholarship is available to incoming freshman who plan to study engineering at Itasca, and show some amount of demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) results. This scholarship is made possible by National Science Foundation funding that supports a specific project-based learning environment.
Students awarded may receive approximately 500.00 in the fall semester, with the potential for increase in the 2nd semester (providing a 2.8 gpa is maintained and the student is progressing in a project-based learning cohort). Interested students may submit their application (even if still awaiting FAFSA results) however, no official award can be made to a student until FAFSA information is verified and financial need is confirmed. Applications may be received after the April 17th priority date, but will be considered only if funds are still available.
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