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Application Overview

Applications are for incoming students. Requirements include (1) questions regarding interest, intended engineering major and recent math/science grades, (2) Interests and Extracurricular Activities, (3) Two personal essays, (4) One required and one optional recommendation, (5) Individual and family demographic information.

General Open Dates

Mid January - Early April

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Scholarships Descriptions
The Engineering Diversity Scholarship is a scholarship fund supported by many donors who wish to encourage broadened participation in Engineering.
The Engineering Diversity Scholarship is a scholarship fund supported by many donors who wish to encourage broadened participation in Engineering.
Academically-talented incoming engineering undergraduate students who are underrepresented in engineering, including women of all ethnicities, African-American, Latina/o, Southeast Asian, Native American/Hawaiian Native/Alaskan Native, and Pacific Islander, low income and/or educationally disadvantaged students. Selection is based on academic merit, quality of application, match to the Diversity Affairs Office mission of broadening participation in engineering, and financial need.
The FIRST Alumni Diversity Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for incoming students to the College of Engineering who are alumni of a FIRST Robotics club.
The FIRST Alumni Diversity Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for incoming students to the College of Engineering who are alumni of a FIRST Robotics club.
Students with an intended major in engineering, who participated in FIRST Robotics and are from a group that is historically underrepresented in engineering (women of all ethnicities, African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino/a, Southeast Asian American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islanders), low income or educationally disadvantaged students. Selection is based on recommendation from FIRST Robotics team coach, academic-merit and quality of application materials.
The William and Katherine Mackenzie Diversity Scholarship is awarded annually to women and underrepresented minority students within the College of Engineering.
The William and Katherine Mackenzie Diversity Scholarship is awarded annually to women and underrepresented minority students within the College of Engineering.
Scholarships awarded annually to underrepresented (African American, Latina(o)s, Native American, female) undergraduate students majoring in engineering. Selection is based on academic merit and quality of scholarship application. Preference shall be given to students majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering who are from California or Wisconsin.
Rockwell Automation Corporate Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship renewable through graduation from engineering, for incoming students in the College Engineering. Preference to students who attended attended one of three Milwaukee Public Schools that are Rockwell Partner Schools (Rufus King,...
Rockwell Automation Corporate Scholarship is a full-tuition scholarship renewable through graduation from engineering, for incoming students in the College Engineering. Preference to students who attended attended one of three Milwaukee Public Schools that are Rockwell Partner Schools (Rufus King, Bradley Tech or Riverside). Rockwell Automation offers summer internship opportunities and Rockwell Scholars are eligible for these opportunities after completing their first academic year.
Incoming freshmen only may apply for this full-tuition scholarship designed to attract academically talented students who are admitted to the College of Engineering. Preference is given to students who are underrepresented in engineering including women and racial/ethnic groups historically underrepresented (African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino/a, Southeast Asian American, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and other Pacific Islander). Preference is given to students who attended a Rockwell Automation partner school: Bradley Technology & Trade, Riverside, or Rufus King High School. Also preference given to those who have participated in Project Lead the Way, FIRST Robotics, ST Math and/or an equivalent STEM-based curriculum; and/or the UW-Madison Engineering Summer Program. Applicants must be a Wisconsin resident, and a US Citizen or Permanent Resident. Selection is based on academic-merit and application materials.
The Rod Hassett Engineering Scholarship was formed to support African-American students pursuing Engineering who attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI.
The Rod Hassett Engineering Scholarship was formed to support African-American students pursuing Engineering who attended Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI.
Recipients must be African-American, graduates of Rufus King High School in Milwaukee, WI and enrolled as freshman or sophomores in the College of Engineering. Academic merit and quality of application materials are considered by a committee of Rod Hassett and family members.
The Rosemarie and Gary Wendt Engineering Diversity Scholarship was created to support academically-talented underrepresented minority students pursuing Engineering.
The Rosemarie and Gary Wendt Engineering Diversity Scholarship was created to support academically-talented underrepresented minority students pursuing Engineering.
Scholarships shall be awarded to academically-talented first-year minority students majoring in Engineering. Preference shall be given to African-American students from Wisconsin. Selection is based on academic merit and quality of application. Financial need is considered.
Scholarships marked with FAFSA required prior to awarding decisions in the list above require a completed Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for awarding decisions. To learn more about applying for financial aid, please visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.