Eng - MEP - William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund
The William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Engineering Scholars Fund was established to support under-represented minority students (via MEP) as they endeavor to fulfill their academic promise toward an engineering degree. Students who are awarded this scholarship will be carry this scholarship for a maximum four years with the goal of moving as efficiently as possible toward graduation while maintaining a strong academic record (GPA 3.0 or higher and full time).
Selection criteria for Spring 2018:
- Open to all engineering majors
- Open to full-time student who completed MAT114 or higher
- Must have a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.0
- U.S. Citizens or Permanent Resident status is require
- Can demonstrate current participation in both MEP- and SWE-hosted events
- Submit a personal statement describing participation in MEP-related programs/activities, describe how this scholarship will benefit the student’s progress toward degree completion
- Submit one letter of recommendation from an Engineering Faculty Member (include it general application)
- Supplemental Questions
- I have been an engineering major since I was a freshman.
- I have successfully completed Math 114 or higher.
- In no more than 500 words please address these three areas. Write your essay with titles for each section. 1. Statement of Need - Discuss how this scholarship will benefit you. 2. Statement of Educational/Career Goals: Discuss your educational and career aspirations 3. Statement of Involvement: Describe your involvement with MEP, co-curricular activities, and leadership experience.