FIRST Robotics Scholarship

The University of Kansas School of Engineering is proud to partner with FIRST to offer a number of merit-based scholarships for participants in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) or the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC). High school seniors who have participated on a FIRST team and are pursuing an engineering or computing degree at KU may apply for this scholarship. Qualifying FIRST participants must have a minimum Math ACT score of 28 (or SAT equivalent) and a 3.5 unweighted high school GPA in order to be eligible for the scholarship. Download the application (pdf).

Jayhawk Cybercorps: Scholarship for Service

The KU School of Engineering is proud to partner with the National Science Foundation to offer full tuition scholarships to qualifying engineering students who are eligible to apply their sophomore or junior year. This grant funded program covers tuition, a professional development stipend and living expenses for up to two years to students dedicated to pursuing an education in cyber defense. Upon graduation, students are required to work in the cyber security field at a state or federal government agency for the equivalent amount of time they received the scholarship. This scholarship is also available to engineering students who are pursuing a Masters or Ph.D. More information and the application are at Jayhawk SFS.


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