Lyles School of Civil Engineering
Undergraduate Scholarship Application 2016-2017
There are many benefits to being awarded a Civil Engineering named scholarship, such as increased opportunity to network within the civil engineering community. All students who will be enrolled as an undergraduate student pursuing a BSCE degree in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering in the Fall 2016 semester are welcome to apply for School scholarships. Many scholarships list specific criteria. Completion of this application provides further information to assist in evaluating candidates. Therefore, students are urged to make use of this application to enhance consideration for scholarships awarded through the Lyles School of Civil Engineering.
Applications must be submitted by March 31, 2016 to be considered for 2016-2017 opportunities.
Recipients will be notified in late summer.
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Failure to provide an answer to questions in this section will not adversely impact the evaluation of the application. Simply select "I choose not to answer at this time."
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Employment and Work History
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* By submitting this application, I agree that if selected to receive a scholarship or other award, I will:
- Prepare a thank you letter to the donor summarizing my background and future career goals with a copy to the CE Main Office, HAMP 1141.
- Attend the Civil Engineering Scholarship and Awards Banquet, scheduled for Friday, October 14, 2016, to meet with donors. A special exemption may be possible (with advanced written request) for students who are off campus on coop assignment or studying abroad during the fall semester.
An Equal Access/Equal Opportunity University
At Purdue University, the selection of academic school and other University department scholarships are reviewed on an individual basis. This individual attention allows the scholarship selection committees to take a holistic approach in the evaluation of the student when reviewing and selecting scholarship recipients. Purdue University strives to utilize scholarships to recruit and retain students who will add to the rich diversity of the campus environment.
One of the major goals within Purdue's strategic plan is diversity, and the individual holistic review process supports this effort. Purdue's goal is to develop a student body that is reflective of the growing diverse population. This diversity enriches the academic development for all students by allowing exposure to different views and beliefs while creating appreciation for an array of ideas and perspectives.