The scholarships listed below this heading are administered by the college. Please use the CEET Scholarship Application link to the right to apply. The scholarships listed under the heading of "Other Scholarship Resources" are not administered by this college. Therefore the CEET Scholarship application is inapplicable for those awards.
Full-time undergraduate degree in manufacturing engineering technology or industrial management & technology (CAD or manufacturing areas of study).
Full-time or part-time undergraduate student at the freshmen or sophomore level majoring in industrial & systems engineering.
Full-time female undergraduate student at sophomore or junior level majoring in industrial & systems engineering.
Full-time undergraduate student at the sophomore level or higher majoring in the college.
Full time undergraduate students in CEET, freshmen and transfers.
The purpose of this fund is to provide financial support towards tuition and other educationally related expenses for a senior level student who is seeking an undergraduate degree in the Industrial Management & Technology, Environmental Safety & Health emphasis in the College of Engineering and Engineering Technology, and preferably within two semesters of degree completion.
Full time undergrad student in CEET, must demonstrate financial need, preference given to children of single parent families.
First semester freshmen or transfer student from under-represented group, any major in the college.
Full-time undergraduate student at the sophomore level or higher majoring in the college.
First semester freshman who has participated in the FIRST Robotics Competition of FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) for at least two years. Minimum GPA of 3.00 (on 4.0 scale) required.
First semester freshmen or transfer student, must be an engineering technology major which is different than an engineering major, visit the Department of Technology to learn more about the engineering technology program.
Full-time mechanical engineering student, junior or higher level.
First semester freshmen or transfers, any major in the college, preference given to under-represented groups.
Majoring in electrical engineering technology or industrial management & technology (electronics area of study).
Full-time undergraduate student, senior level, technology majors only.
Full-time undergraduate student at the sophomore level or higher major in electrical, industrial & systems or mechanical engineering.
Full-time undergraduate student in electrical, industrial & systems or mechanical engineering, with senior standing by the fall semester of the year in which the scholarship is awarded.
Full-time undergraduate or graduate student, at least sophomore standing, GPA of 3.00 or higher, major in college - summer internship required.
Incoming freshmen or transfer junior registered as full-time undergraduate student. Freshmen must have a composite ACT score of 30 or higher and high school class rank in the top 25th percentile. Incoming transfer junior student must have cumulative GPA of 3.25 (4 point scale) or higher. Interview may be required. This is renewable up to four years for freshmen and two years for transfer - summer internship required.
Full-time undergraduate student major in electrical engineering or electrical engineering technology.
Full-time undergraduate student majoring in electrical engineering or electrical engineering technology and current active member of the NECA student chapter.
Full-time undergraduate student in electrical engineering or electrical engineering technology.
Full-time undergraduate student in electrical engineering with junior or senior standing.
Declared major in the college, preference to Illinois residents and demonstrated financial need.
Declared major in the college, preference to needy students.
The scholarships listed below are NOT administered by this college. Therefore, the CEET Scholarship application is inapplicable for these awards. Please follow the specific link for each foundation, company or organization's scholarship listed and follow their specific instructions.
Full-time undergraduate or graduate degree seeking students in an accredited institution. Can be used for tuition, fees, books and on-campus room and board. Must be U.S. Citizen or permanent legal resident of the United States. Must be at least 18 years old. Applications deadline is usually the end of May for the upcoming school year.
Full-time student pursuing an undergraduate or master's degree in engineering. Hold U.S. Citizenship, cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher, must have completed the equivalent of two years of full-time college study by the time the scholarship is funded, submit typed essay along with application. Applications are usually due by the end of June.
Full-time junior or senior majoring in engineering who demonstrates an interest in National Defense and academic excellence. Application due to Associate Dean's Office, EB 331 by November 14, 2014.
Must be full-time sophomore, junior, or senior in good standing with the college who has GPA of 3.00 or higher. Must be available to attend events and monthly meetings.
The NIU Alumni Association offers $2,500 merit scholarships available to continuing college students who are enrolled full-time at NIU for both the fall and spring semesters ($1250 each semester). Each applicant is eligible only to receive one Alumni Association scholarship per academic year.
Undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a career in manufacturing and processing engineering.
Full-time student currently enrolled in business or engineering and our classified as college sophomores by the fall.
Student who has completed or will complete at least two years of study by the end of the summer towards bachelor's degree program related to concrete design, materials, construction or any combination of these areas.
Whether you're a college-bound high school student or already attending a college or university, Army ROTC has scholarships available. Scholarships are awarded based on a student's merit and grades, not financial need.
The College Scholarship Program is available on a competitive basis to community college, four-year college and graduate students of Hispanic heritage. Award amounts generally range from $1,000 to $3,000.
The Erma Byrd Scholarship Program provides scholarships to individuals pursuing a course of study that will lead to a career in industrial health and safety occupations, including mine safety. The program has a service obligation component, which requires recipients of the scholarship to begin employment in a career position related to industrial health and safety no later than six months after completion of the degree program, and to continue to work in a career position related to industrial health and safety, including mine safety, for a period of one year. An estimated $1 million will be available for an estimated 110 awards.
The NIU Searchable Scholarships Web site can give a customized list of potential awards or browse ALL scholarships available.
A scholarship created in memory of Edward Hendrickson, who was active in SAE. The $1,000 scholarship is renewable. Must be a U.S. resident, have a 3.75 GPA, be in the 90th percentile for math and reading on SAT or ACTs, and be pursing an engineering degree.
Up to four scholarships available. Applicant can either be a high school student who will graduate the year applying or a currently enrolled student already attending college. Applicant must be a major in a curriculum which will be compatible with a career in the aggregates industry. Registration deadline February 20, 2015.
Two scholarships are available.
Engineering and engineering technology majors at sophomore, junior or senior level.
Established by the Department of Defense (DoD) to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines. The program aims to increase the number of civilian scientists and engineers working at DoD laboratories.
One scholarship is available for female junior or senior college students pursuing a B.S. degree full time. Applicant must be a paid member of SWE. Applicant’s home address must be inside the SWE-Quad Cities/Muscatine section boundaries. These include IA zip codes starting with 527-528 and IL zip codes starting with 612.
Please submit the application above between the dates of November 15, 2014 and September 15, 2015 for consideration of scholarships to be awarded for the fall 2015 and spring 2016 semesters.
If you submitted a CEET Scholarship Application on or before September 15, 2014 it was reviewed for fall 2014 and spring 2015 semesters awards and is now stale. You must reapply to be considered for awards for the upcoming academic year.
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If you are interested in donating to one of these scholarships please contact Todd Burns at 815-753-1910