Are you a transfer student interested in an electrical engineering degree? Would you like financial aid to earn your electrical engineering degree at Seattle Pacific University?
Good news! Seattle Pacific is awarding several National Science Foundation funded scholarships for up to $10,000 per year for up to three years to transfer students like you who have a financial need and are committed to engineering.
How can you qualify? Send us the following:
- An undergraduate application.
- An official transcript (SAT scores are optional).
- Your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- Two letters of reference: one academic and one personal. (Your academic reference may be from a teacher, professor, or employer. It should address the likelihood of your academic success in the engineering program, as well as your motivation and potential success upon graduation.) Please submit your letters of reference to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
- A personal reflection statement (see form below). Tell us about your motive and commitment to obtain a degree in electrical engineering and join the engineering workforce, or continue in graduate studies.
- Proof of U.S. citizenship, permanent residency, nationalization, or refugee status.
Scholarship applications will continue to be accepted for the 2013-14 academic year as long as funds remain available. Students must be enrolled full time to receive an ECASE scholarship.
For more information, contact Professor Melani Plett (email@example.com) in the Engineering Department.
*ECASE stands for Engaging the Community to Achieve Success in Engineering. These scholarship funds come as a result of our second S-STEM grant from The National Science Foundation awarding Seattle Pacific University's Engineering Department $600,000 for transfer scholarships.
Tell us about your motive and commitment to obtain a degree in electrical engineering and join the engineering workforce, or continue in graduate studies.