Scholars Program Opportunities
CEAT Scholars Program
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OSU APPLICATION DUE NOVEMBER 1
RSVP BY NOVEMBER 20
The CEAT Scholars Program provides a scholarship and educational experience worth $19,000 for a select group of students. The program aims to develop students’ technical competence, a broader world view, professional and public responsibility and develops leaders through a unique set of enrichment activities in the categories of cultural, professional development, industry tours and community service. In addition to these experiences, when applicable, students in the CEAT Scholars Program participate in a summer tour abroad which focuses on engineering challenges such as sustainability, health and security.
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W.W. Allen Scholars Program
DUE DECEMBER 1
The Allen Scholars Program offers engineering students a package between $127,000 - $157,000 from OSU and CEAT combined. Industry networking, study abroad, mentorship, OSU tuition waiver between $12,000-$52,000, a CEAT annual scholarship of $8,000, plus full tuition and housing for a Master's degree at the University of Cambridge is all available to two new recipients each year. While only two students are selected each year, we include these students in our CEAT Scholar program community!
W.W. Allen Boys & Girls Club Program
DUE FEBRUARY 1
The W.W. Allen Boys & Girls Club Scholars Program (BGC Scholars) at OSU awards an incoming freshman between $19,000-$55,000 per year for up to four years of study toward a BS degree in engineering. This includes an OSU tuition waiver between $4,000-$40,000 and an annual CEAT Scholarship of $15,000. Additionally, each scholar will participate in funded enrichment, travel, and networking opportunities. While only one student is selected each year, we include this student in our CEAT Scholar program community!
Freshman Research Scholars Program
DUE FEBRUARY 1
The Freshman Research Scholars Program is an OSU & CEAT partnered scholarship providing 25 CEAT freshmen the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research under the guidance of faculty researchers. It serves as an introduction to research and provides students with a one year $1,000 scholarship in addition to any OSU assured scholarships.
Undergraduate Research Scholars Program
DUE June 1
The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program is a CEAT scholarship providing continuing undergraduate CEAT Sstudents the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research under the guidance of faculty researchers. This serves as a more in depth research experience. Please contact a CEAT research professor to apply.
Grand Challenge Scholars Program
DUE February 1
The CEAT Grand Challenge Scholars Program (GCSP) is a combined curricular and extra-curricular program with five key components: research, interdisciplinary curriculum, entrepreneurship, global understanding and service learning. The program is designed to prepare students to be the generation that solves the grand challenges facing society in this century. The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) identified 14 Grand Challenges for Engineering and similarly the UN established sustainability goals. Our GCSP program has scholars choose a focus area from one of the NAE or UN goals and expand their education through research efforts, scholarly publications and enhanced leadership training.
NACME Scholars Program
DUE FEBRUARY 1 (selections made during Summer Bridge Program)
The NACME Scholars Program in CEAT is supported by the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering and ONEOK. The program focuses on recruiting, educating, and graduating underrepresented minority students in engineering through both financial and programmatic support. Up to 24 students are selected each year to receive between a $2,500 - $3,500 CEAT & NACME combined scholarship. Of the students selected each year, 5 are incoming freshman students attending CEAT’s Summer Bridge. To be considered, freshman need to submit an OSU admissions application and apply to CEAT Summer Bridge. Continuing students need to submit the annual CEAT Continuing Student Scholarship application and show involvement in a University authorized student club focused on advocacy of underrepresented students in engineering.