College of Engineering Donor Scholarships
Every year the College of Engineering is able to award numerous donor scholarships to both new and continuing students.
The College of Engineering Scholarship Application for the 2018-2019 academic year
will become available during fall of 2017. Application deadlines for all students
will be as follows:
New UT Engineering Students, College Credit Plus, Post-Secondary, or Toledo Early College High School: December 1, 2017
Continuing and transfer UT Engineering Students: February 1, 2018Access the application by clicking on the following link: Engineering Scholarship Application
Additional Scholarship Opportunities
National Co-op Scholarship
- For incoming freshman with a minimum 3.5 GPA pursuing a degree in engineering at UT. Please visit www.co-op.edu for more information.
Choose Ohio First Scholarships
- Choose Ohio First Scholarship Program: Scholarship that awards Ohio colleges, universities and their business partners that have developed innovative academic programs to recruit and retain more Ohio students into STEMM fields. The funding that they receive is used to offer scholarships for those programs to current and potential students.
Eberly Center for Women Millennium Scholarship in Engineering
- For women who are pursuing a degree in engineering at UT. Recipients will have 30 credit hours completed toward an Associate's Degree, Junior standing for a Bachelor's Degree, or 12 credit hours completed toward a Graduate Degree. Must be a U.S. citizen with a minimum 2.7 GPA. Apply here.
Office of Student Financial Aid/Scholarship Services
- Students may be eligible for other University of Toledo donor awards not specific to enrollment in the College of Engineering. Scholarship applications, including the Office of Student Financial Aid General Scholarship Application, can be accessed using the UT Scholarship Search. A complete listing of all opportunities and requirements for UT and outside scholarships is available on the Financial Aid website.
Important Scholarship Information for Students Participating in a Co-op:
Students participating in co-ops are not eligible to use UT scholarships during co-op terms; federal aid is available by request. For information about aid eligibility and scholarship adjustments, please click here for information on Scholarships during Co-op Semesters.
For general scholarship questions, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid/Scholarship Services at (419) 530-5817.
For questions about College of Engineering scholarships, please contact:
Dr. Scott Molitor
Associate Professor & Interim Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies
The University of Toledo
College of Engineering
Office of Undergraduate Studies
2801 W. Bancroft St. - MS 311
Nitschke Hall 1045-C
Toledo, OH 43606-3390