Current or Transfer Student Scholarship Application

Application period is currently open

Please complete this application if you are a continuing student or transfer student and would like to be considered for a University of Akron Engineering scholarship for the 2019-20 academic year.

Student ID Number
First Name
Middle Initial
Last Name
Are you a U.S. Citizen?
Current Engineering Major (If undecided, select your most likely engineering major):
Have you been admitted to the UA College of Engineering?
Are you currently enrolled in the UA Honor's College?
What will your class status be in the 2019-20 academic year?
Current College Cumulative GPA. (If you are transfer student, please list your most recent College Cumulative GPA from your previous institution.)
Please list any minors, certificates, or specializations that you are pursuing along with your degree in Engineering.
Which semester were you admitted to UA as a freshman student?
Which semester do you plan to graduate?
What High School did you attend?
What county was your high school located in?
Are you the first in your family to pursue a Bachelor's Degree?
Are you married?
Please list any UA Scholarships you currently receive and the aid amounts.
Please list any other scholarships or aid you receive outside of UA. This may be a scholarship from your community, a local business, or a national society. Please do not include loans.
Are you currently on co-op or have you completed a co-op rotation?
Are you employed (outside of a typical co-op)?
Please select the Engineering design team(s) that you are a member of.
Please select the Engineering organization(s) that you are a member of.
Please list any other UA student organizations that you are a member of.
Please list any community service activities you have participated in during college.
Write a short essay describing: 1) Why you chose this major in Engineering? 2) What area/field in Engineering would you like to work in upon graduation and why? 3) How will this scholarship assist you financially? What does getting a scholarship mean to you? 4) Please describe your strengths and weaknesses. The essay should not exceed 500 words. It might be easier to write the essay in a Word document and copy/paste that paragraph into this box.
I certify that this information is complete, accurate, and true to the best of my knowledge and that the application, the accompanying essay, and my academic record may be released to persons and/or companies that may want to consider me for a scholarship.