Continuing Undergraduate Student Scholarship Applications are due February 15. Complete descriptions and application information for CECS Continuing Student Scholarships are available here. These scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis to academically talented students. The online application is available via Wings Express.

College of Engineering and Computer Science Continuing Student Scholarships

  • Andrew Prenger Scholarships - $1,000
  • Chingfa Jang Memorial Scholarship Fund - $2,000
  • Dr. Ben S. Graham Scholarship - $1,000
  • Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association, Inc. Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • Harry W. Moore Memorial Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • John A. Becker Electric Company Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • Metallurgical Solutions Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • Speedway Engineering Scholarship Fund - $1,500
  • The Anthony J. Cacioppo, Ph.D. Memorial Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The Charles F. and Dorothy E. Wittlinger/Dayton View Optimist Club Endowed Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The Harold E. "Doc" Edgerton EG&G Mount Memorial Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The Heinz P. Murka Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The John H. Birden and Kenneth C. Jordan EG&G Mound Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The Lester and Delilah Buechler Scholarship - $2,500
  • The Modern Industrial Plastics Mechanical and Materials Engineering Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The Mosier Scholarship - Amount Varies
  • The NAECON Scholarship Fund - Amount Varies
  • William F. Wahlert Memorial Fund Scholarship - Amount Varies

Posted 11/06/2012

Army ROTC Scholarships

Scholarships are available for Engineering and Computer Science Students!

See Mr. Vince Taylor (verne.taylor@wright.edu) in 328 Fawcett Hall if you are interested in the program. The scholarships are only awarded to students who sign up for MIL(ROTC) calss this spring.

Considerations of eligibility:

  • No criminal violations
  • 3.0 GPA or higher
  • Physically fit
  • No medical limitations (must pass army medical exam)
  • Must be freshman or sophomore STEM major
  • Meet army height/weight specs
  • Must want to be an army officer

Scholarships are for three years and cover full tution, books, and fees.