UWM Engineering Excellence Scholarship Program
Incoming freshmen: with a 3.5 or greater unweighted GPA, an ACT composite of at least 25 (or 1200 SAT) and an ACT math score of at least 28 (650 SAT), an Engineering Excellence Scholarship awaits. Offer guaranteed when you demonstrate calculus readiness and take 30 credits toward your engineering degree each year.
These four-year scholarships range from $12,000 – $26,000 and include paid undergraduate research opportunities with our engineering and computer science faculty.
Watch the video below to learn how scholarships from UW-Milwaukee have helped change lives.
Scholarships within the Engineering Excellence Program
- Avi Shaked and Babs Waldman Engineering Scholarship
- Carlisle Interconnect Technology Scholarship in Memory of Dennis C. Baker
- CEAS Co-Op Scholarship
- CEAS Dean’s Scholarship
- CEAS General Scholarship
- CEAS UWM Foundation Scholarship
- Dillip Koli Memorial Scholarship
- Dr. A. F. Shaikh Memorial Scholarship
- Dr. Gunol Kojasoy Memorial Scholarship
- GRAEF Scholarship
- Hearst Foundation Scholarship
- ILC Scholarship
- Industrial Scholars Program Scholarship
- K. Vairavan Scholarship
- Matthew and Alexandria Pfeffer Emerging Engineer Scholarship for Women
- Richard Armitage Scholarship
- Ronald S. Tump Memorial Scholarship
- UTC Aerospace (formerly the Hamilton Sundstrand Scholarship)
- UWM Engineering Excellence Scholarship
- WE Energies Corporation Scholarship
Scholarships Available to Continuing Students
When available, these scholarships will be announced to eligible students.
- AJ and Kevin Kleinosowski Engineering Excellence Scholarship
- Alan Kulwicki Memorial Scholarship
- Associated General Contractors of Greater Milwaukee Skill, Integrity and Responsibility (SIR) Scholarship
- I. Carl Romer Scholarship
- IME Logistics & Distribution Scholarship
- Joseph D. McPherson Scholarship
- Professor Len Levine Scholarship
- Waukesha Foundry Scholarship
- Women in Engineering Scholarship
Private Scholarships/Federal Grants and Loans
All students can apply for federal grants and loans. Information and application instructions can be found on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) website.