Scholarships are an opportunity to support students through their education at UConn. Below you will find information on applying to scholarships through the School of Engineering, as well as a variety of other outside opportunities to receive financial support.
OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROCESS
The School of Engineering takes a "one-to-many" approach to applying for a scholarship. Students fill out ONE detailed online application that supplies us with information used to match you to the many funds we have available to award to qualified undergraduate students.
To complete the application, students will use the software: CommunityForce.
The CommunityForce application for School of Engineering Undergraduate
scholarship funding for 2021/2022 closes on the firm deadline of
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021 AT 11:30 PM
The School of Engineering and the School of Fine Arts are pleased to announce that the Krenicki Arts & Engineering Institute scholarship application is now open. The deadline to submit your application is Sunday, March 21st by 11:30pm.
Through the on-line application, applicants are asked to upload samples of past work, a letter of recommendation from a professor, and a personal statement which details your past intersections between the arts and engineering. Work samples could include drawings, sketches, pictures, models, designs, etc. demonstrating their creative projects, collaborations, ingenuity in design or engineering, and their genuine interest in mixing the arts and engineering disciplines.
Each recipient of the Krenicki Scholarship will receive $5,000 for the academic year 2021-22. There will be a total of four recipients, two from the School of Fine Arts and two from the School of Engineering.
Please submit your application at https://uconnscholars.communityforce.com/Login.aspx
Beyond the CommunityForce applications, students are encouraged to apply for scholarships outside of University funding. Explore these opportunities here.
**The UConn School of Engineering FIRST Scholarship for Entering Freshmen is funding for current FIRST Robotics High School seniors only.