the weinig foundation scholarship
The Weinig Foundation provides five $5,000 scholarships each year to meritorious junior
or senior students matriculated in any one of the College’s programs. To be considered
for a scholarship award, students must have a cumulative grade point average of at
least a 3.3, having demonstrated high levels of competency through their academic
work. Students must be US Citizens or Permanent Residents.
Preference will be given to citizens born in the U.S.
To qualify for the Weinig Foundation Scholarship, interested students must:
A. Be enrolled as a full time undergraduate student in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences for the full academic year (BOTH the fall and the spring semesters)
B. Be entering junior or senior year with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.3, having demonstrated high levels of competency through their academic work.
C. Be matriculated in a major in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
D. Be a United States citizen or permanent resident with preference given to a U.S. born applicant
Interested candidates should submit the following documents:
1. A completed application form
2. A one-page statement outlining personal and professional goals. If you have financial need, please address this in your statement. General statements are not acceptable; you must address courses, work, research, extracurricular projects or other activities that may be relevant.
3. A resume
4. The name, address, telephone number, and email address (if applicable) of one person – either a professor or an employer – who may be contacted by the scholarship selection committee for a personal reference.
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All scholarship awards are subject to renewal of the scholarship by the donor and receipt of funding for these awards.
If selected to receive this scholarship, you will be required to furnish this office with a letter of thanks to the donor of the scholarship. Details will be specified in the scholarship offer letter.
Students who are in their graduate career of an accelerated degree program are ineligible to receive an undergraduate scholarship award.