Going to college for an education in the field you love is one of the best career choices you can make, especially if you intend to study science or engineering. Going to school also requires paying tuition that you may not have on hand. Fortunately, there are discipline-specific scholarships available that can help you along, including:
Thomas J. Bannan Scholarship
The Thomas J. Bannan Scholarship is available to both current and new transfer students at Seattle University who have junior or senior standing in the fall of the award year. This scholarship is merit based and awards $5,000 per school year. For juniors, this is a two-year away that is subject to academic performance demonstrated by maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and participating in the Bannan Scholar Enrichment Program.
Sperry Goodman Scholarship
The Sperry Goodman Endowed Scholarship is Seattle University’s College of Science and Engineering incoming freshman majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, or Computer Science. Preference goes to students who demonstrate financial need. The scholarship award is $5,000 and is renewable for a second year provided recipients maintain a 3.0 GPA.
Project Lead The Way© Scholarship
Project Lead The Way© scholarships are $1,000 awards that are renewable for up to four years at Seattle University. The award requires completion of at least one Project Lead The Way© course, though if you take multiple PLTW© courses, you will need to maintain a B average or better in those classes.
Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships
Messina Scholarship – Awards $12,000 per academic year to. All applicants must have at least a 3.75 transfer GPA, and all transfer students are eligible.
Xavier Scholarship – Awards $10,000 per academic year. All applicants must have at least a 3.5 transfer GPA, and all transfer students are eligible.
Loyola Scholarship – Awards $7,000 per academic year. All applicants must have at least a 3.25 transfer GPA, and only domestic transfer students are eligible.
Seattle University wants you to thrive, and we understand that financial need can be an obstacle for getting the education you deserve. Call us at (206) 452-2262 to learn more about the graduate programs offered at the College of Science and Engineering and the financial aid options available to you.