College of Engineering Scholarships

  • Lindsay N. Anderson Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering; in honor of Lindsay N. Anderson, who excelled in leadership, academics, and service during his undergraduate years at MSU and has continued to excel and serve in all areas of his life. The scholarship is provided by Mrs. Patricia Anderson and her late husband, Norman L. Anderson Jr., who are Lindsay's parents.
  • Army ROTC Scholarship Endowment: For student(s) in the Army ROTC program.
  • William V. Benjamin Scholarship: For College of Engineering undergraduate or graduate students. In honor of William V. Benjamin (1928 BS Engineering).
  • John and Mary Ann Bottman Army ROTC Scholarship: For student(s) participating in the MSU Army ROTC Program. Established by John A. (1967 BS Engineering) and Mary Ann (BS 1971 Home Economics) Bottman.
  • Dana Jo and Byron J. Bennett Scholarship: For one senior in the College of Engineering with the highest cumulative GPA (only grades earned at MSU are included in GPA) who must have completed 5 semesters as of December 31.
  • Boeing Scholarship: For College of Engineering undergraduate student(s) entering their junior or senior year with a 3.0 GPA or greater.
  • Frank L. and Leona N. Cesarini Scholarship: Rotates between the College of Engineering and the College of Education, Health, and Human Development.  For any College of Engineering student(s) on alternating years.
  • C. K. Chan Scholarship: For College of Engineering undergraduate student(s) with a minimum 3.25 GPA and who have financial need and exhibit good character and citizenship. In honor of Cheuk Kee Chan.
  • Nicholas J. Clare Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering who exhibit leadership potential through activities and involvement and who are making satisfactory academic progress. Preference given to financially disadvantaged student(s). Established by Marie J. and Ronald J. Clare in loving memory of their son Nicholas J. Clare, a senior who passed away while enrolled in Construction Engineering Technology in 2001.
  • Lula Mae Clay Engineering Scholarship: For students in the College of Engineering with a 3.0 GPA, high scholastic attainment, and who have professional promise. In honor of Lula Mae Clay.
  • William M. Cobleigh Memorial Scholarship: For Junior, Senior, or graduate student(s) in the College of Engineering. In memory of William M. Cobleigh, past Dean of the College of Engineering and President of Montana State College 1942-1943.
  • College of Engineering General Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering.
  • College of Engineering Memorial Scholarship: For student (s) in the College of Engineering. Established in memory of alumni and friends. 
  • Wayne and Eileen Coursey Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering. In honor of Wayne (1957 BS Chemical Engineering) and Eileen Coursey.
  • Dufresne Foundation Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in the College of Engineering who have attained at least Sophomore status and graduated from a high school in Cascade, Choteau, or Teton Counties (Montana). Recipient(s) will maintain a cumulative GPA in the 3.0-3.25 range. Established by the former Dufresne Family Foundation with assets from a prosperous wheat ranch that the family operated for nearly 40 years.
  • L. R. Durkee Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in the College of Engineering who have financial need and an average GPA. Recipient(s) must exhibit good character and citizenship.
  • Engineering Scholarship Fund: For student(s) in the College of Engineering.
  • John C. Felton Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering. Established by the estate of John C. Felton of the Felton Construction Company in Missoula, MT.
  • William R. Fraser Engineering Scholarship: For Montana high school graduate(s) in the College of Engineering who are enrolled in 15 credits or more each semester and have a minimum 3.0 GPA with good academic achievement and character. In honor of William R. Fraser (1941 BS Electrical Engineering).
  • David F. Gibson Scholarship: For Junior or Senior College of Engineering student(s) in the Air Force or Army ROTC with a minimum 3.0 GPA. In honor of David F. Gibson.
  • James W. Gilmer Family Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering. In memory of James W. Gilmer.
  • Graduate Student Engineering Award: For graduate student(s) who demonstrate academic achievement and service to the community. Primary consideration is given to qualified candidates who are members of an underrepresented population who offer a meaningful, potential contribution to the diversity of the College and who demonstrate leadership potential and commitment to the advancement of the profession.
  • Hassinen Memorial Scholarship: For students in the College of Engineering who exhibit good citizenship and character with a college GPA of 2.5 or better or, for incoming freshmen, be in the upper half of his/her graduating class. In memory of Theodore O. Hassinen.
  • Hietpas Family Engineering Scholarship: For the most qualified Junior in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Chemical Engineering.
  • C. Lester & Audrey P. Hogan Scholarship: For one undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Engineering who has a 3.0 or higher GPA.  In honor of C. Lester (1942 BS Chemical Engineering, 1968 Honorary Doctorate) & Audrey P. Hogan.
  • Lt. General Patrick Hughes & Darlene K. Hughes Scholarship: For Sophomore(s) in the College of Engineering who are active in Army ROTC and have demonstrated financial need. Priority to graduates of either Manhattan (MT) High School or Manhattan Christian High School. If non-qualified, then a graduate of any Gallatin County MT high school. 
  • Hutcheson Emerging Fellows: For graduate student(s) pursuing the Professional Master of Science and Engineering Management Program. Recipient(s) must demonstrate entrepreneurial spirit and capacity to lead as evidence by undergraduate activities and life experiences. Preference for applicant(s) whose undergraduate degree is from MSU. Fellowship is renewable for 2nd year of study if recipient is making satisfactory progress toward completing the program within two years.  Recipient(s) will also be awarded an unpaid internship.
  • HKM Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in Civil or Construction Engineering, or for general engineering recruitment with preference given to the children of the employees of HKM Engineering and incoming freshmen; students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Established by DOWL HKM.
  • Lloyd W. Johnson Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering who lack sufficient resources to cover the cost of attendance. In memory of Lloyd W. Johnson (1938 BS Electrical Engineering).
  • Warren L. Jones Memorial Scholarship: TBA
  • George Kanta Scholarship: For a student majoring in Mechanical Engineering or Civil Engineering and is a Montana high school graduate. Preference to a student studying or interested in masonry. In memory of George Kanta (1941 BS Mechanical Engineering).
  • William C. Kilby Memorial Scholarship: For a Junior or Senior enrolled in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering or Mechanical & Industrial Engineering. Recipient(s) must maintain a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate talent, merit, and academic ability. In memory of William C. Kilby.
  • Arthur A. Klebba Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering. Established by Helene E. Klebba in memory of her brother Arthur A. Klebba (1942 BS Engineering Physics).
  • David and Cecilia Lee Engineering Scholarship: For College of Engineering student(s). In honor of Mr. David Sen Lin Lee (1950 BS Mechanical Engineering, 1993 Honorary Doctorate) and Mrs. Cecilia Lee.
  • Legacy Scholarship: For sons or daughters of an MSU-Bozeman graduate (any curriculum) and who must have a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 and be able to maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA to retain the scholarship. Renewable for four years.
  • Richard G. Martin Scholarship: For junior, senior or graduate student(s) with a minimum 3.0 GPA, demonstrate need for financial assistance, and who exhibit good citizenship and character. Scholarship rotates between Biology, Engineering, and Microbiology.  
  • Robert C. Martin Memorial Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) who are Junior(s) or Senior(s) in the College of Engineering and over the traditional student age. In memory of Robert C. Martin (1959 BS Chemical Engineering).
  • McLaughlin Foundation Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering who demonstrate outstanding academic performance.
  • Blake W. Morstad Memorial Scholarship: For graduate student(s) whose research area is snow mechanics and avalanche studies.  In memory of Blake W. Morstad, a former College of Engineering graduate student who died in an avalanche while backcountry skiing in Montana’s Centennial Mountains in 2005. Blake’s master’s thesis focused on understanding the physics of snow facet recrystallization that contributes to snowpack strengthening, and thus, avalanche prediction. 
  • Robert E. & Julia C. Noble Family Engineering Scholarship: For undergraduate and graduate student(s) in the College of Engineering. Established in honor of Robert E. Noble (BS 1939 Chemical Engineering; Honorary Doctorate 1975).
  • PPL Montana Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the College of Engineering who have a 2.5 GPA or higher. Recipient(s) are asked to have some interest in gaining a familiarity of PPL Montana and the Colstrip power plant.
  • Parent/Family Association Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering. Established by the MSU Parent Family Association.
  • Lee I. Park Memorial Scholarship Fund: For student(s) in the College of Engineering with good citizenship and character and who have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Incoming freshmen must be in the upper half of their graduating class. In memory of Lee I. Park.
  • William E. Parkins Engineering and Physics Award: For one College of Engineering or Physics Department student who is a Junior and has earned 16 credits of Math coursework, 16 credits of Physics coursework, and 16 credits of Engineering coursework. In honor of William E. Parkins (1937 BS Electrical Engineering).
  • Samuel M. & Bernice Rhyneer Scholarship: For College of Engineering student(s) with a minimum 3.0 GPA. In honor of Samuel M. (1937 BS Electrical Engineering) and Bernice Rhyneer.
  • Eugene W. Schilling Engineering Memorial Scholarship: for sophomore, junior or senior students enrolled in the College of Engineering who exhibit good character and citizenship with an average or better GPA. In memory of Eugene Schilling.
  • W. Paul Schmechel Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering who are a junior or above with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference given to Montana high school graduates. In honor of W. Paul Schmechel (1953 BS Electrical Engineering, 1992 Honorary Doctorate).
  • David Sitek IM Flash Scholarship: For students in the College of Engineering who are enrolled in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Industrial Engineering, and who maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and have unrestricted legal right to work in the U.S.  Established by IM Flash Technologies, Inc.
  • Mott Souders Scholarship: For students enrolled in a curriculum within the College of Engineering who exhibit good citizenship and character and have demonstrated financial need.
  • Robert Hugh Thomas Memorial Scholarship: For a College of Engineering student. Robert Hugh Thomas (1955 BS Architectural Engineering) had a long and successful career. He credited the education he received at MSU’s College of Engineering for much of his success. Robert’s family and friends join together to honor his memory and celebrate a life well lived by establishing a permanent named scholarship in his name. Through the scholarship, qualified students will have access to the same quality of education that Robert enjoyed at MSU.  
  • Robert F.Thompson Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering with good academic records and high standards for their academic endeavors. In memory of Robert F. Thompson.
  • Matthew Taylor Trent Scholarship: For student(s) in the College of Engineering.
  • Woodward Family Scholarship: For an undergraduate student enrolled in the College of Engineering. Preference given to Montana high school graduates. In honor of E. James Woodward (BS 1969 Industrial Management Engineering).
  • Wilhelm Wurst Flathead County Engineering Scholarship: For an incoming Freshman from Flathead County, Montana, enrolled in the College of Engineering. Renewable for a second year providing the student is in good academic standing and remains enrolled in the College of Engineering. In honor of Wilhelm L. Wurst (1959 BS, 1961 MS Electrical Engineering).
  • Wilhelm Wurst Lake County Engineering Scholarship: For an incoming Freshman from Lake County, Montana, enrolled in the College of Engineering. Renewable for a second year providing the student is in good academic standing and remains enrolled in the College of Engineering. In honor of Wilhelm L. Wurst (1959 BS, 1961 MS Electrical Engineering).

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Departmental Scholarships

Chemical & Biological Engineering Department

  • Joe Alexander Chemical Engineering Scholarship: For Junior(s) or Senior(s) enrolled in Chemical Engineering who demonstrate financial need and have a passion for mentoring younger students and/or community service. Preference given to Montana residents, females, and non-traditional aged students. Established by Mary Alexander and Katherine “Kay” Alexander in honor of their father Joe Alexander (BS Chemical Engineering 1940).
  • William Walter Anderson Memorial Scholarship: For sophomore(s) in the Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering. Recipient must have a 2.7 GPA, be a U.S. citizen, and should be earning at least 25% of the cost of his or her education. In memory of William Walter Anderson.
  • Dr. Lloyd Grainger Becraft Memorial Scholarship: For a junior in Chemical Engineering.  In memory of Dr. Lloyd Grainger Becraft (’58 ’62 Engineering).
  • Lloyd Berg Senior Scholarship: For an outstanding senior student in Chemical Engineering. Selection is based on scholarship and potential for professional development. Recipient must be of good citizenship and character.
  • BP Chemical Engineering Scholarship: For one Chemical Engineering student who is a junior or senior and has a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  • Chemical Engineering Scholarships: For Chemical Engineering students; funds donated by alumni, friends, corporations and other entities.
  • Daniel G. Harcharik Scholarship: For upper division students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering and who have an interest in pursuing a career or furthering education in environmental engineering as related to the petroleum industry. Recipient(s) will be selected primarily on academic achievement and merit, and secondarily on professional promise. In memory of Daniel G. Harcharik (’64 Chemical Engineering).
  • Trey James Memorial Scholarship: For students who have junior standing in Chemical Engineering; No GPA requirement; demonstrated interest in research and development, and in continuing his/her education; previously unrecognized; strong interest outside the academic university.  In memory of Clifford (Trey) Melbourne James III (’85 BS Chemical Engineering).
  • E.W. Mares Chemical Engineering Award: For an undergraduate student in Chemical Engineering. Recipient(s) must be a Montana high school graduate, have successfully completed at least one full academic year at MSU, be of good citizenship and character, energetic and conscientious, and serious about a career in chemistry. Must also be in good academic standing and making academic progress. Established in honor of Mr. Ernest W. Mares (1930 BS Industrial Chemistry).
  • Allan J. McDonald Scholarship: For a Chemical Engineering student of at least junior status who meets or exceeds departmental academic standards and who displays outstanding community involvement and ethical principles. Established in 1986 in Honor of Allan J. McDonald (BS Chemical Engineering 1959, Honorary Doctorate 1986) and the courage he demonstrated by identifying and making public the cause of the explosion, shortly after launch, that destroyed the Space Shuttle Challenger and took the lives of its crew.
  • Richard Alan Metz Memorial Scholarship: For a Chemical Engineering student of at least junior standing. Selection is based primarily on academic ability and professional promise.
  • Toni J. Mezzacappa Memorial Scholarship: For sophomore student(s) majoring in Chemical Engineering who has a 2.0 GPA or higher, is a non-Montana resident, and possesses good citizenship and character. In memory of Toni Mezzacappa, who passed away during her sophomore year as a Chemical Engineering student in 1977.
  • Austin C. Olson Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing a degree in Chemical Engineering. Recipient(s) must have achieved at least upper division status, with preference given to students who are oriented toward research and development. Established in honor of Dr. Austin C. Olson (BS 1939 Chemical Engineering).
  • Joseph W. Petrin Chemical Engineering Scholarship: For a graduate of a Butte, Montana high school pursuing a degree from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and who will have attained sophomore status at the time the scholarship is disbursed. Recipient will be selected based on demonstrating good engineering promise and leadership potential as evidenced by extra-curricular and/or community activities. Must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Renewable to the successful completion of the undergraduate degree. Established in honor of Joseph & Judith Petrin.
  • H. Albert Saner Scholarship: For an outstanding sophomore in Chemical Engineering.  In honor of Professor Albert Saner.
  • Raymond E. and Erin S. Schultz Emerging Fellowship:  For Chemical & Biological Engineering Department graduate students; academic performance as demonstrated by, but not restricted to, coursework and grades, recommendation, & previous recognition awards, grants and/or scholarships; research accomplishments, ability or potential as evidenced by publications, presentations, letter of recommendation, and applicant's essay. Grants may be awarded without regard to other resources available to the recipients(s); grants may be awarded as stipends to support the continued work of recipients. The donors have a close relationship with Dr. Robin Gerlach in the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department and it's because of this relationship that they want to support the excellent research and work being done at the University, specifically within the Chemical and Biological Engineering Department.
  • Maksim and Javanka Sliepcevich Memorial Scholarship: For undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering.
  • Victor R. Thayer Memorial Scholarship: For Chemical Engineering student(s). Established by Dorothy M. Thayer Charitable Trust in memory of her brother Victor R. Thayer (1925 BS Chemical Engineering).

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Civil Engineering Department

  • Allied Engineering Endowed Fund: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering who are Montana residents. Established by Allied Engineering Services.
  • American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Student Chapter Scholarship: For an ASCE member who has attained rank of Junior, has a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75, and who has been a participant in the activities of the student chapter during the current academic year. The recipient must demonstrate good citizenship and character.
  • Associates of Montana Contractors Association Scholarship: For Juniors, Seniors, or Graduate student(s) enrolled in Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must have 2.5 GPA and be of good citizenship and character.
  • Dell Ballard Civil Engineering Scholarship: For Sophomore(s) or higher in Civil Engineering who are Montana residents with good academic standing and demonstrated financial need. Established by Delbert L. Ballard (BS Civil Engineering 1951) and Margaret K. “Virginia” Ballard. Del Ballard was born and raised in Montana. He believes that the foundational education he received at MSU allowed him to pursue and reach his professional goals. His gift is in appreciation of the education and opportunities he received as a student at MSU.  
  • Barnard Companies Scholarship: For worthy student(s) pursuing an undergraduate degree in the Department of Civil Engineering.
  • Beaudette Consulting Engineering Scholarship: For a Junior, Senior, or Graduate student enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must have a 2.5 GPA, demonstrate volunteer involvement in community and university activities, and have a strong interest in structural engineering. Preference will be given to Montana high school graduates.  
  • Beavers Heavy Construction Scholarship: For undergraduate or graduate student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering. Preference given to qualified student(s) who intend to pursue a professional career in the heavy construction industry.
  • Century Companies Scholarship: For a student pursuing Civil Engineering or Construction Engineering Technology who is enrolled full time and maintaining good academic standing. Established by Century Companies, Inc.                               
  • Clifford D. Blankenship Memorial Scholarship: For a Montana high school graduate enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering with a minimum GPA of 2.5. In memory of Clifford D. Blankenship (’71 Construction Engineering Technology), former Vice President of Sletten Construction Company.
  • Charles & Ruth Bowman Scholarship: For an undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in the BioResources Engineering (BREN) option of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must be of good character and citizenship and have average or above scholastic ability.
  • Chi Epsilon Scholarship: For students of junior status who best exemplify those qualities which Chi Epsilon stands for: scholarship, character, practicality, and sociability.
  • Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Established by alumni, friends, and various entities.
  • DJ&A, P.C. Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering. Company originally known as Druyvestein Johnson & Anderson.
  • E.R. Dodge Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) who have completed at least 45 credits of the required coursework in the Civil Engineering curriculum; have and maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0; be of good citizenship and character; be minimum full-time students. Established by Eldon R. Dodge.
  • Thomas Phillips Duganz Memorial Scholarship: For student(s)enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering who have completed the sophomore year, junior, senior, or graduate student, have a 2.5 GPA or higher and be of good citizenship and character. In memory of Thomas Phillips Duganz.
  • Stanley H. Fistedis Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering whose academic achievement merits recognition. Recipient(s) must be of good citizenship and character and maintain a 3.0 GPA each semester.  In memory of Dr. Stanley H. Fistedis (’49 MS Engineering).
  • Jim Gilman Excavating Endowed Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must maintain a 2.5 GPA and be enrolled in a minimum of 14 credits per semester. Established by Jim Gilman.
  • Bertrand E. Grant Memorial Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering.
  • Great West Engineering Scholarship: For two students of junior/senior status who are enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipients must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and demonstrate involvement and leadership in extracurricular activities. Established by Great West Engineering.
  • William A. Hunt Engineering Scholarship: For undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must be a Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student, be a U.S. citizen, and have a minimum GPA of 3.0. Established in honor of William A. Hunt.
  • Holcim, Inc./Kenyon Noble Ready Mix Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Established by Holcim, Inc./Kenyon Noble Ready Mix, Inc. in Three Forks, MT.
  • Homebuilders Association of Billings Scholarship: For student(s) of at least sophomore status enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering who are graduates of a Yellowstone County high school and who maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 2.75.
  • O.I. & Dorothy D. Jackson Scholarship: For a sophomore, junior, or senior enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Minimum GPA of 3.0; however, professional promise and good citizenship and character is more important than scholastic achievement.  In memory of O.I. (’34 BS Civil Engineering, ’51 MS Civil Engineering, Former Civil Engineering Faculty) & Dorothy (’50 BS Home Economics) Jackson.
  • Martin & Dixie Jacobson Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering. Established by Martin (1943 BS Civil Engineering) and Dixie Jacobson.
  • Thomas Charles Haggerty Memorial Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in Civil Engineering who have a good academic background, are of good citizenship and character, are enrolled full time, and who maintain at least a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. Priority consideration given to those who have an interest in bioresource and environmental engineering, particularly waste water management. In memory of Thomas Charles Haggerty (BS 1963 Civil Engineering) who passed away from leukemia in 1977.
  • Lauren Krogstad Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in a Civil Engineering curriculum who have completed their Sophomore year, have a good academic background, and are of good citizenship and character. Recipient(s) must be enrolled full time, maintain at least a 2.75 GPA, and be a U.S. citizen. In memory of Lauren Krogstad (1980 BS Agricultural Engineering), who passed away in 1988 in a crash of the light plane he was piloting.
  • Arden & Lois Lambert Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering on the basis of academic achievement and who are of good citizenship and character. Established by Arden L. and Lois L. Lambert. 
  • The Lang Family Scholarship: For students enrolled or planning to enroll in the Civil Engineering Department. Established by Theodore E. Lang, Professor of Civil Engineering and former Department Head.
  • Bob & Jan Livesay Endowment: For undergraduate student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering who are enrolled full time, making steady progress toward completion of degree, and whose time spent generating income rivals time spent on studies. Intent is to support students who are working their way through college, who are working more than 20 hours a week to meet their expenses, and for whom the scholarship would allow cutting back on hours of employment to devote additional time to their studies. Established by Robert “Bob” (BS 1969 Civil Engineering) and Jan M. (BS 1968 Elementary Education) Livesay.
  • Glenn H. & Lyla E. Lehrer Construction Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled full time in a degree program in the Civil Engineering Department. Preference shall be given to students pursuing a graduate degree in construction, and/or who have military service, and/or who support dependents. Established by Glenn H. and Lyla E. Lehrer.
  • Liao Friends of the South Sea Buddhist Scholarship: For a Civil Engineering major of at least Junior status who has a good academic background, good citizenship and character, enrolled full time, and maintains a 3.0 or higher GPA. In honor of Dr. Johnson (MS 1973 Civil Engineering) and Rita Liao.
  • W.W. Livingston Memorial-Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must demonstrate scholastic achievement and financial need. Established in honor of W.W. Livingston.
  • Joel T. Long Professor of Civil Engineering Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in Construction Engineering Technology or Civil Engineering who is enrolled full time and is a Montana resident making satisfactory progress. Preference given to employees and dependents of current employees of JTL Group or successor corporation. Renewable up to 5 years of study toward completion of the first undergraduate degree, provided the recipient continues to meet the requirements. This scholarship is funded by the Joel T. Long Professor of Civil Engineering Endowment.  
  • Joel T. Long Scholarship: For undergraduate or graduate student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering with preference for incoming freshmen; graduates of a Montana or Wyoming high school; enrolled full time; have a good academic background; good citizenship and character; and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA.  Established in 1990 in honor of Joel T. Long (1965 BS Physics, 1967 MS Civil Engineering).
  • Glen L. Martin Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering. Established by Gloria L. (retired MSU staff) and Ralph W. (retired Civil Engineering faculty) Zimmer.
  • H.J. McCrodden Memorial Scholarship: For a Junior or Senior in Construction Engineering Technology. Recipient(s) must hold a minimum of a 2.7 GPA and must demonstrate an interest in a career in construction. In memory of Howard J. McCrodden.
  • Lyndon Meeks Memorial Scholarship: To support scholarships for students pursuing a Master of Science degree in Construction Engineering Management; with preference given to Native American students. Established by Polly Shinner and family.
  • Montana Ready Mix & Concrete Producers Association Scholarship: For deserving full-time students enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Preference shall be given to students interested in entering the construction field after graduation. Recipient(s) must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or above each semester. Established by the Montana Ready Mix & Concrete Products Association.
  • Montana Contractors Association Scholarship: For student(s) sophomore standing or above enrolled in Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must have a good academic record and are of good citizenship and character.
  • Montana Sub-Section ASAE Scholarship: For student(s) in the Civil Engineering BioResources option who are at least Sophomore status, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and who are of good citizenship and character. Established by the Montana Sub-Section of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers.
  • John H. and Rosalie L. Morrison Scholarship: For a Junior, Senior, or Graduate Student in the Department of Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must have a good academic background and participate in extra-curricular activities such as the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter and other campus organizations. Must be of good citizenship and character and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Established by John H. Morrison, Sr.
  • Martin E. Moss Memorial Scholarship: For a junior or senior enrolled in Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. In memory of Martin E. Moss, a Civil Engineering Professor for 19 years until his death in 1977.
  • Anne Marie Muhs Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering who are female and sophomore or above and who are participating in the department’s internship program. Preference shall be given to students planning to intern with the Soil Conservation Service. In memory of Anne Marie Muhs, who passed away in 1990 from a tragic car accident just after her sophomore year in Civil Engineering while she was an intern at the Soil Conservation Service.
  • Owen J. Murphy/Sletten Construction Company Scholarship: For student(s) in Construction Engineering Technology in the Civil Engineering Department. Established by Sletten Construction.
  • William Olson AGC Student Chapter Scholarship: For a Junior or Senior in the Department of Civil Engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who has made outstanding contributions to the activities of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) student chapter during the current academic year. The recipient(s) must demonstrate good citizenship and character. In honor of the support William Olson, Secretary Manager of the Montana Contractor’s Association, provided throughout his years with the MCA.
  • Peccia & Assoc Civil Engineering Scholarship: For worthy student(s) enrolled in a Department of Civil Engineering degree program. Established by Robert Peccia & Associates.   
  • L.J. Petouhoff Construction Scholarship: For student(s) on the basis of scholastic merit and performance from among students who have attained at least junior status and who are pursuing a degree in Construction Engineering Technology or in Construction Engineering Management. Established in honor of Leonard J Petouhoff (BS 1962 Construction Management).  
  • Hensel Phelps Construction Fellowship: For students pursuing a graduate degree in Construction Engineering Management. Established by Hensel Phelps Foundation, Inc.
  • Milnor Roberts Endowment: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. In honor of W. Milnor Roberts, who was Chief Engineer of the Northern Pacific Railway from 1869 to 1879 and for whom MSU’s Roberts Hall is named after.
  • Sanderson Stewart Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. Established by Sanderson Stewart Engineering.
  • Mary & Robert Sanks Graduate Fellowship: For a graduate student enrolled in Civil Engineering who has at least a 3.0 GPA or higher. Established by Dr. Robert L. Sanks (Professor Emeritus).
  • Sime Construction Inc. Scholarship: For graduate student(s) in Construction Engineering Management. Established by Sime Construction, Inc.
  • Robert C. Smith Scholarship: For a Junior who is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) student chapter or the Associated General Contractors (AGC) student chapter. Recipient(s) must have a GPA over 3.0 and be of good citizenship and character.
  • Kenneth E. Tait Graduate Fellowship: For graduate student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering who maintains a minimum GPA of 3.0 and makes progress on the thesis/professional paper which is the requirement for completion of an advanced degree.  Established by Kenneth E. Tait (BS 1956 Civil Engineering, Honorary Doctorate of Engineering 2006).
  • Margaret Taylor & Will Andrews Memorial Scholarship: To promote diversity within the student body, this scholarship is designated for female students pursuing a Civil Engineering degree. Recipient must exhibit potential and a strong work ethic.
  • Thomas, Dean, & Hoskins, Inc. Scholarship: For worthy student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering who maintain a 3.0 GPA. Preference given to students of sophomore, junior, or senior status and to students pursuing careers in transportation engineering, structural engineering, or general civil engineering.  Established by Thomas, Dean, and Hoskins, Inc.
  • T.H. Thomas Engineering Scholarship: For undergraduate student(s) in their junior or senior year who are pursuing a degree from the Civil Engineering Department. Recipient(s) must have a cumulative GPA ranging between a B- at the lower range and B+ at the higher range; be active in student and/or community activities; and demonstrate enthusiasm for the profession. Preference given to students who are working. Established by Marillyn Mae Thomas (BS 1953 Home Economics) in memory of her late husband Tommy Harris Thomas (BS 1953 Civil Engineering) who had a distinguished career as a civil engineer. In 1965 he founded Thomas, Dean, and Hoskins, a consulting engineering firm in Great Falls. He served as President and CEO until his retirement in 1995. Under his leadership, the firm added two brand offices in Montana, a branch office in Idaho, and a branch in Washington. This scholarship is the continuation of his commitment to engineering education and the profession. As an engineer Mr. Thomas was well respected as a man of principle and well known for his commitment to the highest standards in engineering ethics. He was active in professional organizations such as the Consulting Engineers Council of Montana, the Montana Society of Engineers, the Montana Technical Council, the American Road Builders Association, the American Water Works Association, and the National Academy of Science. During the course of his career he mentored many young engineers.
  • Aaron H. Townsend Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Civil Engineering who are enrolled full time, are of junior or senior status, and who have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA making satisfactory academic progress towards completion of degree. Preference shall be given to students whose state of legal residence is Alaska. If none, then the committee may award the scholarship to otherwise qualified students who state of legal residency is Washington, Idaho, or Montana. Awards made to Alaska resident shall be renewable for up to two additional years provided the recipient continues to meet the requirements of the award. Established by Marilyn & Alan Townsend in loving memory of their son Aaron (BS 2002 Civil Engineering).
  • Fred Videon Scholarship: For students enrolled in Civil Engineering who have and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better and have additional cultural interests in the arts. Established in honor of Fred Videon by various family, friends, and alumni.
  • John J. (Jack) Walsh Memorial Scholarship: For students pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering. Preference may be given to students over traditional college age.
  • Frederick Brian Walter Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in the Civil Engineering Department who are Montana residents and demonstrate financial need.  Established by Frederick Brian Walter.
  •  James B. Wamboldt Memorial Scholarship: For a student in good standing who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in Construction Engineering Technology. Preference given to students over traditional age as shown by life and/or work accomplishments.
  • Westech Engineering Inc. Scholarship: For an undergraduate in their Junior or Senior year pursuing a BS in Civil Engineering. Recipient(s) must be a U.S. citizen and have a GPA of at least 3.0. Established by Westech Engineering, Inc. and John L. Yarnall (BS 1979 Biological Sciences, 1984 Civil Engineering).
  • J.J. (Jack) White Scholarship: For Senior(s) in Construction Engineering Technology or Civil Engineering who have an interest in construction and who demonstrates financial need. Recipient(s) must be good students, residents of Montana, be of good citizenship and character, and maintain full time status with a 3.0 GPA or higher. Established by Irene Cannon and family and friends of Jack White (MSU 1909).
  • Willis & Nancy Wetstein Civil Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in a degree granting program of the Civil Engineering Department.
  • Theodore T. Williams Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering. In honor of retired Professor Ted Williams.
  • Dana M. Woolston Memorial Scholarship:  For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering.  In memory of Dana M. Woolston, a freshman who passed away while enrolled in Civil Engineering during the 1973-74 academic year.

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Gianforte School of Computing (Computer Science Majors)

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Electrical & Computer Engineering Department

  • John & Mary Ellen Barr Computer Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) who are at least of junior standing, are graduates from a Montana high school, and are pursuing a degree in Computer Engineering. Established by Dr. John & Mrs. Mary Ellen Barr.
  • Blankmeyer Family Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering who maintain a 3.0 GPA and enroll in 15 credits per semester. To recognize Wallace Blankmeyer’s affiliation with the Montana Power Company and Montana State University, preference is given to children of Montana Power Company employees. In memory of Wallace Blankmeyer.
  • James Vincent Brackett Memorial Scholarship: For a student enrolled in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering who is a rising Junior or Senior with a cumulative GPA of 2.0-3.25. Recipient must have a strong work ethic and demonstrated leadership potential as shown by student activities and extracurricular involvement. In memory of James Vincent Brackett (1981 BS Electrical Engineering).
  • Randy Church Memorial Scholarship: For a Junior or Senior majoring in Electrical Engineering who maintains a 3.0 GPA and is a Montana resident. Recipient(s) must be of good citizenship and character and who has not been recognized for talents and abilities, but whose efforts deserve recognition. In memory of Randy C. Church.
  • Francis M. Conners Memorial Electrical Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) who are Montana high school graduates pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering. Established through the estate gift of Francis M. Conners, with additional support from family, friends, and alumni.
  • Earl & Fay Doney Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing Electrical Engineering or Elementary Education who are current or former students of the Yellowstone Academy of the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch and to Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch staff who have self-identified themselves as such by February 1 of each year. Recipient(s) must be a Montana high school graduate and enrolled full time. However, the Montana high school and full-time enrollment requirements shall be waived for Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch staff. Recipient(s) must also maintain a 3.0 GPA. Established by Fay Doney in memory of her husband Earl T. Doney (BS 1935 Electrical Engineering). 
  • Richard J. Dye Memorial Scholarship: For an undergraduate student(s) pursuing Electrical Engineering. Established by Mrs. Ann G. Dye in honor of and with respect for her husband Richard J. Dye (BS 1953 Electrical Engineering).
  • Lyle N. Eberhardt Memorial Endowment: For student(s) pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering who are entering their Junior or Senior year and who have and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0. In memory of Lyle N. Eberhardt (1984 BS Electrical Engineering).
  • Frank L. Eckard Scholarship Endowment: For a financially disadvantaged third year Electrical Engineering student who must maintain a 3.25 GPA. In honor of Frank L. Eckard.
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering Faculty & Staff Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. Established by ECE faculty.
  • Electrical & Computer Engineering Scholarship: For worthy student(s) enrolled in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. Recipient(s) must maintain a 3.0 GPA and be enrolled in 15 credits per semester. Originally established by Wilhem Wurst with a matching gift from Hewlett Packard; supported by alumni, friends, and various entities.
  • Electromagnetic Field Research Scholarship: TBA
  • Gilhousen Telecommunications Chair Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering pursuing research through the Undergraduate Scholars Program. Established by QUALCOMM in honor of Klein Gilhousen.
  • Sydney Richard Inch Endowment: For full time student(s) enrolled in Electrical Engineering who are deserving and of good character and high scholastic attainment.
  • W.W. Livingston Memorial Scholarship-Electrical Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) in Electrical Engineering. Recipient(s) must demonstrate scholastic achievement and financial need. Established in honor of W.W. Livingston.
  • NorthWestern Energy Community Works-Electrical Engineering: For Electrical Engineering student(s) of at least sophomore status who maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. Recipient(s) must demonstrate strong work ethic and leadership potential through professional and/or personal extracurricular activities. Established by NorthWestern Energy.
  • Fred T. and Kathryn Parker Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled or planning to enroll in the Electrical Engineering program. Established in honor of Fred T. (BS 1941 Engineering) and Kathryn Parker.
  • Bill and Janet Pascoe Family Endowment: For any Electrical Engineering student(s). In honor of William A. (1979 BS Civil Engineering, 1983 MS Electrical Engineering) & Janet L. Pascoe.
  • Richard D. & Clarice J. Peters Scholarship: For Freshmen who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering. Preference shall be given to students from Butte High School in Butte, Montana. Established by Richard and Clarice Peters. 
  • Don and Mary Pierre Graduate Award: For graduate student(s) in Electrical Engineering. Established in honor of Dr. Donald A. Pierre, Electrical Engineering Faculty member, on the occasion of his retirement.
  • Len G. Robbins Memorial Scholarship: For Electrical Engineering majors achieving a 3.0 GPA or higher. Preference given to students specializing in wireless communications or electronics. Preference also given to students who are natives or long term residents of Montana; who were raised on a Montana ranch or farm; who have earned their own tuition and expenses.
  • N.A. Shyne Family Excellence Endowment: For Electrical or Computer Engineering Junior or Senior; consideration given for financial need. Initial GPA of 2.8 required, and 3.0 GPA must follow each semester to qualify for renewal; 15 credits per semester required or 30 credits within a 12 month interval toward degree requirements. Primary selection will be based on academic achievement. Renewable to successful completion of first degree.
  • Thomas Sparling Memorial Scholarship: For Electrical Engineering majors.
  • Warren M. & Mary Elizabeth (Astle) Trask Memorial Scholarship: For worthy undergraduate students who are enrolled in and pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering. Preference shall be given to students from Powell County, Montana. Established by James L. Patton in memory of his grandparents, Warren M. and Mary Elizabeth (Astle) Trask and to honor his grandfather’s Montana State University legacy in Electrical Engineering.

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Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department

  • BP Mechanical Engineering Scholarship: For one Mechanical Engineering student who is a junior or senior and has a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  • Carolyn Thompson Memorial Scholarship: Carolyn Grace Thompson was a proud Bobcat, engineer, and equestrian. She died in a motor vehicle crash in February, 2014, but her legacy lives on in a memorial scholarship to honor and celebrate her life. Carolyn came to MSU in August 2010 and immediately knew she had found her home. She was working towards a dual degree in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Technology, and spent her spare time working, welding, and as a member of the MSU Equestrian Team, where she was the team secretary. She was able to experience a cattle drive out of Townsend before she started college, and spent a memorable summer working as a wrangler at the Triple J Ranch outside of Augusta after her sophomore year of college.  She loved and embraced everything she encountered in Montana.  The Carolyn Thompson Memorial Scholarship has been created to honor Carolyn's life and to acknowledge the impact that the MSU community had on her during her life. Each year the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Scholarship Committee shall award two (2) undergraduate student scholarships. The recipient must be pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering or mechanical engineering technology, shall be in his/her senior year of study, and shall have a minimum grade point average of 3.45 on a 4.0 scale. Preference will be given to a recipient who is pursuing a double major in mechanical engineering and mechanical engineering technology, is working in addition to taking classes, and has an interest in the "hands-on" aspects of the mechanical engineering field. 
  • Don Boyd Honorary Scholarship: For student(s) in Industrial Engineering. Established by Alpha Pi Mu (Industrial Engineering Honor Society). In honor of Professor Emeritus Donald W. Boyd, who passed away in 2011.
  • George A. Clemow Scholarship in Mechanical Engineering: For junior(s) or senior(s) pursuing a Mechanical Engineering degree and who have a strong academic GPA and are of good citizenship and character. Preference given to applicants from either Yellowstone County or Big Horn County, Montana.
  • John P. Herak Memorial Mechanical Engineering Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing a degree in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering. Recipient(s) must be Junior or Senior status and maintaining a 3.0 GPA. In memory of John P. Herak.
  • Industrial and Management Engineering Scholarship: for student(s) pursuing Industrial Engineering who demonstrate academic achievement. Recipient(s) must be of good citizenship and character.
  • Robert and Barbara Kennedy Mechanical Engineering Scholarship: For a Senior Mechanical Engineering major who can reasonably be expected to complete BS requirements within one year. Need not be an honor student nor a student leader. Membership and participation in student organizations such as ASME may be a preference item. The recipient must be looking forward to establishing a career as a mechanical engineer with the desire to work in the realms of calculation, creation and the hands-on involvement, as opposed to management, sales and business. The recipient should be in the middle one-third of the student's expected graduating class. This scholarship is established to honor the lives of two proud Montanans, Robert A. (BS 1937 Mechanical Engineering) and Barbara M. Kennedy, the Donor's parents.
  • James and Margaret Lyons Scholarship: Alternates between student(s) in the College of Business and Industrial Engineering majors. Recipient(s) must be of good character and citizenship and have a GPA of 2.5 or better. In honor of James and Margaret Lyons.
  • Mechanical Engineering Design Scholarship: For senior(s) in the Mechanical Engineering curriculum. Recipient(s) must have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 and show a career interest in and exhibit unusual talent and aptitude in machinery and machine design. Preference is given to a graduate of a Montana high school and to students who have exhibited good participative citizenship over the years in their schools, the university, and their communities.
  • Mechanical Engineering Endowed Scholarship: For worthy student(s) pursuing an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering. Established by various alumni and friends of Mechanical Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering Scholarship: For worthy Mechanical Engineering students. Established by various alumni and friends of Mechanical Engineering.
  • Theodore R. “Murph” & Kay Murphy Mechanical Engineering Technology Scholarship: For senior(s) pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology and are of good citizenship and character. Recipient(s) must have a minimum cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
  • Michael Northey Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Established by Richard and Donna Northey in loving memory of their son, Michael Northey (BS 1998 Mechanical Engineering Technology).
  • Larry and Leigh Ann Olson Scholarship: For students enrolled in the Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Department. Leigh Ann Olson makes this donation in honor of her husband, Larry Dean Olson (BS 1989 Mechanical Engineering), who passed away in March 2010. Larry was known as a thoughtful, happy and compassionate person who loved his life and his family.
  • E.J. “Jack” Palo Scholarship: For student(s) in the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering who have financial need and are of good character and citizenship. Must have a GPA of 2.5 or better. For incoming freshmen, must be in the upper half of his/her graduating class.
  • Billie O. Ragsdale Scholarship: For Industrial Engineering student(s) who has financial need and high academic standing and character. Recipient(s) must be enrolled full time and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. This award is renewable through completion of degree provided recipient continues to meet the requirements. In honor of Billie O. Ragsdale (BS 1939 Industrial Engineering).
  • Thomas C. Reihman Memorial Scholarship:
  • Mark A. Robinson Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing Industrial Engineering and who is/are a Montana high school graduate of sophomore, junior or senior status. Recipient(s) must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and be a U.S. citizen of good citizenship and character. In memory of Mark A. Robinson.
  • Arthur J Seiler Scholarship Endowment: For student(s) enrolled as a full time undergraduate student or incoming freshman in the Mechanical Engineering curriculum. Recipient(s) must have good citizenship and character, demonstrate financial need, and have an average or better scholastic record.
  • W.R. (Bob) Taylor Honorary Endowment: For Industrial & Management Engineering student; 3.0 minimum GPA; for use in the sophomore year; US citizen. This fund is established to honor William R. Taylor on the occasion of his retirement.
  • The Trippet Scholarship: For Industrial Engineering majors. Preference given to Army ROTC students.
  • Valentine Memorial Scholarship: For junior(s) or senior(s) pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Recipient(s) must exhibit leadership potential through activities and involvement and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Financial need preferred.
  • Gardner "Pete" Waite Engineering Scholarship: For sophomore(s) or junior(s) pursuing a degree in Industrial Engineering; who are of high academic standing and character, are enrolled at least full time, and who maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. This award is renewable through degree completion provided recipient(s) continues to meet the requirements. In honor of Gardner “Pete” Waite.
  • Francis E. “Rip” Wilson Scholarship: For student(s) pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Minimum GPA 3.0. Established by Edward E. Wilson in memory of his brother Francis E. “Rip” Wilson (1928 Agriculture).

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EMPower Scholarships

Scholarships awarded through the Engineering Minorities Program (EMPower) are available to underrepresented students in engineering, including women.  Scholarship opportunities available through EMPower include:

  • Wilbur J. Bennington Scholarship for Women in Engineering: For women of at least sophomore status in the College of Engineering. This scholarship is renewable to the successful completion of degree provided the recipient continues to meet the requirements of the award.
  • Jack Cassidy Endowment: For College of Engineering student(s) who self-identify as Native American with preference given to qualified students who are participating in the Designing our Community (DOC) program.
  • Boeing EMPower Scholarship: For College of Engineering undergraduate student(s) entering their junior or senior year with a 3.0 GPA or greater.
  • BP EMPower Scholarship: For junior or senior female(s) in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering who has a 3.5 GPA or higher.
  • Florence Fogler Buckland Engineering Scholarship: For undergraduate or graduate females in the College of Engineering. Recipient(s) must be of good citizenship and character.
  • John Elter Engineering AISES Scholarship: For a Native American student pursuing an undergraduate degree in the College of Engineering. Recipient must maintain a 2.8 GPA and be active in AISES (American Indian Science & Engineering Society). In honor of John Elter, winner of the 1999 Engineering Quality Award and the 1999 Design News Quality Award from Schneeberger LTD and Design News.
  • DOC EMPower Scholarship: For College of Engineering student(s) in the Designing Our Community (DOC) program.
  • Dow Native American Scholarship in Chemical Engineering: For entering freshmen or transfer sophomore students from a Montana tribal college or other Montana college or university enrolled in Chemical Engineering. Priority given to Montana residents. Recipients must have a 3.0 GPA upon entering MSU and maintain a 2.5 GPA thereafter. Must demonstrate past academic achievement; promise for future excellence; personal maturity and the potential for further development. Demonstrated academic or creative distinction that reveals promise to excel in Chemical Engineering. Renewable for up to four years. Established by DOW Chemical.
  • EMPower Scholarship: For women and minority student(s) in the College of Engineering. 
  • David and Cecilia Lee EMPower Scholarship: for Native American student(s) enrolled in the College of Engineering. In honor of Mr. David Sen Lin Lee (1950 BS Mechanical Engineering, 1993 Honorary Doctorate) and Mrs. Cecilia Lee.
  • Anne Marie Muhs Memorial Scholarship: For student(s) enrolled in the Department of Civil Engineering who are female and sophomore or above and who are participating in the department’s internship program. Preference shall be given to students planning to intern with the Soil Conservation Service. In memory of Anne Marie Muhs, who passed away in 1990 from a tragic car accident just after her sophomore year in Civil Engineering while she was an intern at the Soil Conservation Service.
  • Northwestern Energy Community Works Scholarship: For College of Engineering students who are enrolled members of a federally recognized Native American Tribe or the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe. Recipients must have a 2.75 GPA and demonstrate strong work ethic and leadership potential through professional and/or personal extracurricular activities. Preference to be given to those students who actively participate in the Designing our Community (DOC) program.
  • Jerry Voight and Jean Fordis Engineering Scholarship: For students enrolled in the College of Engineering; preference given to an enrolled member of a federally recognized Montana Native American Tribe, including the Little Shell.

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