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Electrical and Computer Funding Opportunities

Undergraduate Scholarship

The school annually awards many scholarships to students with superior records to help defray the cost of their education. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and need. Awards range from $200 to $3,500 per year. Online Scholarship application opens at beginning of each Spring semester. The scholarship application deadline is March 15 for the subsequent academic year. Student will only need to file a general application to be considered for the different available funds. View the ECE Undergraduate Scholarships list for more details about each scholarship.

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering works closely with Career Services to develop opportunities for internships and for cooperative education (Co-Op) programs. Internships with industries throughout the central U.S. are available to qualified students sophomore through senior level. Co-Op activities allow students to alternate working semesters with scholastic semesters throughout their upper-division tenure.

Graduate Funding

Financial assistance to qualified graduate students is available from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and from other sources. The School awards scholarships, graduate teaching assistantships, and research assistantships. Students desiring financial assistance are encouraged to contact the Graduate Program Assistant of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and complete an application. During the month of February each year, an online RA/TA/scholarship application is available and announced on the ECE homepage for awards and appointments that will be determined for the following academic year.

Awards range from $9,600 to $28,800 per year for half-time (20 hours per week) appointments. Half-time research and teaching assistantships include waiver of out-of-state tuition and waiver of seven hours of in-state tuition. Students must enroll in six credit hours per semester to qualify.