Scholarships

All engineering and engineering technology majors, in good standing, are all eligible to apply for available scholarships. Each scholarship awarded is based on available funds. Awarded recipient will have funds placed in their student account – to be applied toward tuition and/or fees.

Interested students are encouraged to complete the application process through the online KSU Scholarship application at the Office of Scholarships. The online scholarship application opens up on November 1st and closes on March 15th.

Scholarships Available

Dr. Jack Lackey Scholarship
Created in honor of Dr. Jack Lackey of Georgia Tech. This scholarship will benefit a female student pursuing a BS in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum GPA of 2.8.
Given by Dr. Lori Lowder
Novelis Scholarship
For a full-time student, pursuing a BS in one of the following programs: Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology, or Mechatronics Engineering. Student must be a junior or senior with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
Given by Novelis Corporation

NRC Nuclear Scholarship

For Mechanical, Electrical, and Systems Engineering students pursuing a minor in Nuclear Engineering. Recipients must be enrolled full-time with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate satisfactory academic progress in their fields of study, as determined by criteria established by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The grant will provide scholarships for 24 students, paying $3,200 per semester, for two years through Spring semester 2019.

For detailed information, instructions, and application form visit the Center for Nuclear Studies and submit the required forms by no later than November 16, 2017.
Given by Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

Paul Radow Scholarship
Established in memory of Mr. Paul Radow, an engineer who helped design the elevator launch pad system for the early U.S. space program. This scholarship will benefit a full-time student majoring in mechanical engineering, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. This person should also be an adult learner or veteran of the U.S. Military.
Given by Mr. Norman Radow
Robert Glenn Allen Memorial Scholarship
Established In memory of Professor Glenn Allen, alumnus of Southern Polytechnic and a beloved faculty member. This scholarship benefits a full-time student pursuing a BS degree in either Mechatronics, Mechanical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering Technology.  The student must have completed 60 credit hours, with at least 30 in Southern Polytechnic College of Engineering and Engineering Technology. The student should have a minimum 3.2 GPA and must participate in extracurricular or leadership activities at the College.
Given by friends and colleagues of Professor Glenn Allen
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