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In addition to general scholarships available for all students, the College of Engineering & Mines and the Department of Mechanical Engineering offer a number of scholarships for ME majors. Note that for the scholarships listed, 'demonstrated financial need' is determined by the information provided on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Failure to submit this form each year will preclude you from consideration for any award based on financial need. Scholarship applications for engineering scholarships are due annually on March 1 for the following fall semester.
Matthew D. Fossen, Facilities Engineering, Hess Corporation, and a UND alum (BSME '12) presents a check for $30,000 from Hess Corporation in support of student high achievement scholarships for the departments of Petroleum, Chemical and Mechanical Engineering.
Pictured are: Dan Muus, Chief Development Office, UND Foundation; Michael Mann, Associate Dean, College of Engineering & Mines; Matthew Fossen; Steve Benson, Chair, Petroleum Engineering; Matthew Cavalli, Chair, Mechanical Engineering; Brian Tande, Chair, Chemical Engineering.
William F. & Inez L. McDonald Endowment
Incoming freshman, returning sophomore, and new transfer students in good academic standing, who have declared engineering, geology or environmental geoscience as their major, financial need must be demonstrated.
Charles W. Boise Scholarship
Engineering junior (to self-sustaining or partly self-sustaining engineering students who have real need of assistance).
James Booty Scholarship
Engineering - Minority ethnic group, physically handicapped, or female student.
A. Irene Fletcher Award
Presented to engineering student with outstanding contributions to elementary and secondary student outreach.
A. S. Kane Scholarship
Engineering (good moral character, academic achievement, potential for leadership, priority given to students in need of financial assistance).
Arthur & Mildred Koth Scholarship
High moral character, potential to lead successful and productive careers in engineering.
Thomas/Frances Leach Foundation Scholarship
Engineering (Priority in order: petroleum, chemical, mechanical, then civil), must be ND resident, also based on need for financial assistance.
George and Margaret Seaworth Scholarship
Engineering (junior/senior) of good character and above average grades.
Ulteig Engineering Scholarship
Preference given to tri-state area, ND, SD, MN, excellent academic record and entrepreneurial spirit.
Everette L. Webb Memorial Engineering Scholarship
One or more high achieving & qualified SEM students, high moral character, potential to lead successful careers in engineering.
Anna P. Walsh Memorial Scholarship
Selected by the SEM scholarship committee. Female student entering her junior year and can be renewed, academic capabilities and personal attributes, a will to grow and succeed.
Mechanical Engineering-specific Scholarships
Alexis J. Diakoff Scholarship
Provides one or more scholarships to junior Mechanical Engineering students based on GPA and contributions to the ME Department.
John F. and Emma T. Dillon Mechanical Engineering Award
Provides one or more scholarships to 2nd or 3rd-year Mechanical Engineering students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrated financial need. The award must be used for tuition or books for the awardee(s).
Wendschlag Family Scholarship
Provides one or more scholarships to junior students in Mechanical Engineering who have demonstrated the potential to lead productive lives and careers. Recipients must be residents of North Dakota with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Stuart M. Charlesworth Scholarship
Provides one or more scholarships to undergraduate Mechanical Engineering students who have demonstrated a commitment to the Department, School or Profession.
Eugene and Evelyn Behl Scholarship
Provides one or more scholarships to qualified 3rd, 4th, or 5th-year engineering students with preference to students in Mechanical Engineering. Students must be making satisfactory academic progress and have demonstrated financial need.
Sydney Westman Scholarship
Provides one or more scholarships to junior or senior undergraduate students in Mechanical Engineering who are U.S. citizens and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Preference given to graduates of North Dakota high schools.