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School of Engineering

Funds from the following scholarships are awarded annuallyto new first-year students and to continuing students. Candidates for first-year scholarships must be eligible to enroll in the School of Engineering Honors Program and are evaluated on the basis of standard admissions parameters, such as math and verbal SAT scores and high school rank in class. Continuing students apply each year to the School of Engineering Scholarship Committee and are awarded on the basis of a combination of criteria including their cumulative grade-point average earned at Rutgers, demonstrated financial need, and community service. This listing does not include other universitywide scholarships that are available to engineering students.

Inquiries regarding all School of Engineering scholarships, awards, and prizes should be referred to the Office of Academic Affairs in Room B100 of the Engineering Building; 732/445-2212.

Leroy W. Allison. For a high-achieving student majoring in ceramic engineering.

Alumni of Rutgers Ceramics. For high-achieving students majoring in ceramic engineering.

American Ceramic Society. For high-achieving students majoring in ceramic engineering.

Auchter 1912 Award. Based on academic merit or financial need.

George H. Brown. For a student majoring in ceramic engineering.

Eugene H. Brussel Endowed Scholarship. For full-time undergraduate engineering students; based on academic merit.

Adolph and Barbara M. Busch Endowed Scholarship. Awarded to an engineering student who has completed the junior year. Preference given to student engaged in study of metals. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Maria and Louis Caballero .For students of Hispanic heritage; based on academic performance and financial need.

Ceramic Association of New Jersey. For a senior majoring in ceramic engineering.

Edward Dudley Chase. Based on high academic performance.

David S. Chen Memorial. For a full-time student majoring in industrial engineering; based on academic merit and financial need.

Class of 1920 Endowed Merit Scholarship. For a student(s) at Rutgers College or the School of Engineering; based on academic merit.

Class of 1922 Old Guard Scholarship. For New Jersey residents enrolled at Rutgers College, Cook College, or the School of Engineering; based on academic merit.

Class of 1925 Scholarship. For a student(s) of Cook College, Rutgers College, or the School of Engineering; based on academic performance, with preference given to descendants of members of the Class of 1925.

Class of 1944 Endowed Scholarship. Based on academic merit.

Anthony Delmastro Memorial Fund. For a student majoring in civil engineering who ranks academically in the top 20 percent of the junior class and displays outstanding promise for professional leadership.

Louis A. DiMarzo. For engineering students who are active in extracurricular activities; based on academic merit and financial need.

Engineering. For first-year students who participate in the college honors program.

Folensbee Memorial. Based on academic performance and financial need.

Joseph H. Gehring Memorial Scholarship. Endowed award for students who are majoring in civil engineering, who have spent a minimum of one year at the School of Engineering, and who are entering their junior or senior year. Awards will be granted on financial need and academic merit. Selections with be made by the Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Edwin L. Gidley. For a student majoring in civil engineering; based on financial need.

Keiko and Gerald Harvey Scholarship for Women Engineers. Awarded to full-time undergraduate female engineering students; based on academic merit.

Jaqua Scholarship. Awarded to needy students enrolled in the civil engineering program. Residents must be from New Jersey, with preference given to those from Bergen County. Selection made by the Office of Financial Aid and administrators from the civil engineering program.

Colonel Hugh A. Kelly. For first-year students.

Donald R. Knapp. For full-time students; based on academic merit and financial need, with preference given to students working part time to defray college costs, or one who is significantly involved in community service.

Alfred A. Kuebler Memorial Award. Scholarship to a student majoring in industrial engineering who demonstrates by previous record and performance the unquestionable ability to succeed in the university academic environment. Student must be a member of an intercollegiate athletic team; football will have the first review, then other sports. If there is not an appropriate candidate, the award will be given to an outstanding industrial engineering student who meets the aforesaid criteria.

Laurence M. and Dorothy L. Leeds. For worthy, promising, and deserving students enrolled at the School of Engineering.

Charles V. Longo Memorial. For upper-class electrical engineering majors who demonstrate financial need and are maintaining a 2.5 cumulative grade-point average or better.

Malcolm G. McLaren Scholarship. Awarded to full-time undergraduate students based on academic merit; for students enrolled in the ceramic and materials engineering undergraduate program.

Noe Memorial. For a student majoring in electrical engineering.

Gordon Ott. For a sophomore; based on academic performance or financial need.

Peter A. Rigney Memorial Scholarship. Scholarships are awarded to full-time undergraduate and graduate students, pursuing a concentration of study in flexible packaging engineering.

Ross and Ross. Based on academic merit or financial need.

Ernest R. Schultz 1930 Scholarship. For students who are entering their senior year as civil engineering majors; based on academic merit and financial need.

Eleanor Aumack and Samuel Sneath. For full-time students majoring in engineering; based on academic merit and financial need.

Fritz Steudel. Based on financial need.

Emanuel Terner. For students majoring in packaging engineering; based on academic merit and financial need.

Frank Thompson. For a student majoring in electrical, civil, or mechanical engineering; based on financial need.

Ethel M. Toomey. Based on high academic achievement or financial need.

W. Farrington Wells. For a student majoring in electrical engineering; based on academic merit.

Scholarships Administered by Various University Offices

The following scholarships are available to students registered in any of the university undergraduate colleges, unless otherwise noted.


 
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