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Departmental Scholarship Criteria

American Electric Power: Endowment

  • Recipients of this scholarship shall be registered for a minimum of 12 hours (full-time equivalent) and be majoring in the field of engineering (e.g., industrial, construction).
  • While selection shall be based on a student's ability to succeed in the demanding field of engineering, additional consideration may also be given to students who are either employees, children or grandchildren of employees or retirees of a company within the American Electric Power Company System (e.g., Southwestern Electric Power Company, Public Service Company of Oklahoma or AEP Texas) that wish to pursue engineering as a career.
  • Past recipients of this award may reapply for the scholarship again in subsequent years as long as the student remains in good standing with the university.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

Associated General Contractors (AGC) Scholarship: Endowment

  • All undergraduate students majoring in Construction Science, Construction Engineering, or Technology Management are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

Atmos Energy:Endowment

  • All undergraduates majoring in a degree from the Department of Engineering & Technology.
  • Recipient of this scholarship shall be classified as a junior or senior.
  • Recipient must be able to demonstrate their past or current involvement in community service programs.
  • Recipient must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 in order to apply for and maintain this scholarship.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

Buddie & Debby Barnes Scholarship:Endowment

  • All undergraduates students majoring in Construction Science, Construction Engineering or Technology Management are encouraged to apply for this scholarship.
  • Students must have a total GPA of 2.25 or better in order to apply for and maintain this scholarship.
  • Recipients are required to send the donor a thank you note.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

James K. Ward Memorial: Endowment

  • Recipient should be a student majoring in a degree form the Department of Engineering & Technology.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

J.G. Grove Memorial:Endowment

  • All undergraduate student majoring in a degree from the Department of Engineering & Technology.
  • Scholarship is to be used to attract and retain students of high quality with a preference given to students demonstrating financial need.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

IIE Industrial Engineering:Scholarship

  • Recipients shall be majoring in Industrial Engineering.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

D.C & Mildred Darst Cauhran Engineering & Computer Science: Endowment

  • A&M-Commerce undergraduate students majoring in Engineering or Computer Science alternating years)
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

Welcome E. Wright: Endowment

  • All undergraduate students with a major in the Department of Engineering & Technology.
  • Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.

Tom H. Taylor Memorial: Endowment

  • First time qualified transfer students. Applicants satisfying the minimum criteria will receive awards on a first-come basis up to the level the endowed fund can support.
  • Major in Construction Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Technology Management (B.S. only).
  • Must have minimum GPA of 2.25.
  • A minimum of 21 transfer hours, excluding developmental courses.
  • Successful completion of College Algebra or higher level mathematics prior to transfer with the exception of Business Calculus (MATH 1324 and MATH 176)
  • Must take a minimum of 9 college-level credit hours during the semester the award is made.
  • Must take at least one department course during the semester when the award is made.
  • Awards shall be made to designated individuals chosen by a departmental faculty scholarship committee.