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Engineering Scholarships: A Giant List

Scholarships that target students interested in engineering provide an excellent way to help pay for the rising costs of higher education. Since engineering scholarships are plentiful and come from a variety of sources, such as corporations, nonprofit organizations, foundations, institutions, and governmental bodies, future engineers have a host of opportunities available to them.

Below is a list of the engineering scholarships we’ve found for high school students, as well as collections that other websites have compiled. (NOTE: Links go directly to scholarship pages.) Unless otherwise noted, the scholarships are related directly to engineering. You can use the navigational links below to jump to individual sections.

You can also find an additional scholarship list for undergraduate and graduate students here. Those entries are grouped by submission deadline here.

ASEE | Collections | Companies | Government | Non-Profits | Universities

Administered by the American Society for Engineering Education




Collections and Lists


  • FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION – A collection of scholarships and grants, as well as search websites.
  • FINAID.ORG – Solid information on paying for college, including the FastWeb free scholarship search engine.
  • FIRST ROBOTICS – Large list of scholarships associated with participation in the FIRST Robotics Competition.
  • NATIONAL SOCIETY OF BLACK ENGINEERS – Scholarship repository: corporations, organizations, regional, pre-college, alumni, etc.
  • SCHOLARSHIPS.COM – Good list of names and descriptions of engineering scholarships; does not provide application information unless you register and pay.
  • UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI – List of of science and engineering scholarships.



Companies and Corporations


  • AES ENGINEERING – $500 scholarship, high school seniors and higher.
  • BMWRenewable $1,500 scholarship.
  • CATERPILLAR – “Engineers for Tomorrow” scholarship program.
  • GENERAL MOTORS – Buick Achievers Scholarship offers up to $25,000 a year to puruse science, technology, engineering, or math degrees. Special consideration is given to female and minority students, first-generation college goers, and veterans.
  • NORTHROP GRUMMAN – Engineering Scholars Program, $2,500 per yer for four years.
  • RAYTHEON-FIRST ROBOTICS – Scholarships, $1,000.
  • STUDYSOUP – Future Innovator scholarship, $2,000 awarded twice a year for outstanding mentoring or humanitarian work.
  • XEROX – Minority group scholarships, undergrads, $1,000 – $10,000.
  • YANMAR AMERICA CORPORATION – Renewable $1,000 scholarship; partnership with SAE.







Non-Profit Organizations and Societies




Universities and Colleges

The absence of a school on this list does not mean that it has no engineering scholarships. Some schools offer scholarships to students only after they have applied. Contact institutions or engineering departments directly to learn if aid is available and what policies are in place.

TIP: For links to lists that contain different types of scholarships, try using your internet browser’s Find function (ctrl+F in Firefox) and searching for the word “engineering.”




Know one that you don’t see here? See a broken link or error? Email us.

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