CEAT Scholarships Menu
CEAT Scholarship Coordinator
201 ATRC (Student Excellence Center)
Stillwater, OK 74078
The OSU admission application serves as the primary scholarship application for incoming freshmen and transfer students. You must submit a completed OSU admission application by Feb. 1 to be considered. Read More for information on scholarships that may require early application.
Current students enrolled full-time in any area of study within CEAT must complete a continuing student application to be considered for CEAT scholarship support during the following academic year. The application must be submitted by Feb. 1.
Outside organizations periodically contact us regarding scholarship opportunities for which OSU CEAT students are eligible. These scholarships are not handled through the university and have individual criteria, submission procedures and deadlines to meet.
SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES AND OTHER IMPORTANT DATES
Please note that the deadlines are final and it is important that they are met. You can contact Amanda Williams, CEAT Scholarship Coordinator, with questions.
- W. W. Allen Scholars Application - December 1, 2015
- CEAT Scholar Programs - OSU Admission Application - December 1, 2015
- CEAT Scholar Interview Day - January 9, 2016
- Freshman and Transfer Scholarships – OSU Admission Application - February 1, 2016
- W. W. Allen Boys & Girls Club Scholar Application - February 1, 2016
- CEAT Continuing Student Application - February 1, 2016
- Phillips 66 SHIELD Scholars Program Application - March 1, 2016
INCOMING FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS
By completing an OSU Admission Application and indicating a major within the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, you will be considered for nearly all CEAT scholarships based on eligibility. You must submit a completed OSU admission application by Feb. 1 to be considered.
For information on freshmen scholarships within CEAT that require an early OSU admission application deadline or an additional scholarship application, please see below.
W. W. ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS
The W. W. Allen Scholars Program includes more than $104,000 in scholarship, enrichment activities, professional development and national and international travel, followed by full tuition and housing for a Master of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. Two new awards are made each year. The W. W. Allen Scholarship application deadline is Dec. 1.
The W. W. Allen Boys & Girls Club Scholars Program awards more than $74,000 toward a bachelor’s degree in engineering for a former, active high school Boys & Girls Club member. It also includes enrichment activities, professional development and national and international travel. One new award is made each year. The W. W. Allen Boys & Girls Club Scholarship application deadline is Feb. 1.
Funding for the two scholarships comes from generous donations by W. Wayne Allen, retired CEO and Chairman of the Phillips Petroleum Company.
CEAT SCHOLAR PROGRAMS
The CEAT Scholar Programs include packages ranging from $13,000 - $16,000 (distributed at different amounts over four years). The Scholar Programs provide educational experiences for a select group of students that will develop their technical competence, a broader world view, professional and public responsibility, and leadership abilities. In addition to these experiences, students included in the CEAT Scholar Programs participate in summer tours in the United States and abroad.
Scholars are selected each year into these prestigious programs after attending the CEAT Scholars Interview Day. To be invited to CEAT Scholars Interview Day, students must meet the minimum qualifications of 31 ACT or 2060 SAT and 3.75 GPA. Students must also submit their application AND be accepted to OSU by Dec. 1.
ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
FIRST Robotics - Students involved in FIRST Robotics are required to send a letter of recommendation from the program instructor in order to be considered for FIRST Robotic scholarships.
Project Lead the Way - Students involved in Project Lead the Way are required to send a letter of recommendation from the program instructor in order to be considered for Project Lead the Way scholarships.
CONTINUING STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
When submitting an application, you must attach a copy of your transcript, unofficial or official, that includes your most recent fall grades and enrollment for the spring semester. The application must be submitted by Feb. 1. Go here to complete a continuing student application.
For information on continuing student scholarships within CEAT that require an additional application, please see below.
Phillips 66 SHIELD Scholars Program
Continuing CEAT students can also apply for the Phillips 66 SHIELD Scholars Program. The P66 SHIELD Scholars program is more than a $3,500 scholarship; Scholars also receive professional and personal development through enrichment activities, seminars and community service.
To apply to be a P66 SHIELD Scholar, current students enrolled full-time in chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, fire protection safety technology, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering or materials engineering must complete a P66 SHIELD Scholar application by March 1.
This scholarship requires an additional application other than the CEAT continuing student application. To apply or for more information visit: http://p66shieldscholars.avature.net/ssp/
Koch Discovery Scholarship Program
CEAT students pursuing a degree in either Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering can also apply for the Koch Discovery Scholarship. This scholarship requires an additional application other than the continuing student application. More information can be found here: www.kochcollegerecruiting.com .
For more information on CEAT Scholarships, contact:
College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology
201 Advanced Technology Research Center
Stillwater, OK 74078