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College of Engineering

College of Engineering
1046 Rathbone Hall
1701B Platt St.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-5590
deanengr@k-state.edu

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Prospective Students

Transfer Scholarship Application

Scholarships are available for incoming transfer students. Students must be admitted to Kansas State University, admitted to the College of Engineering and fill out the university scholarship application. Students will also need to be enrolled in at least twelve hours for the semester they begin in an engineering degree program with the K-State College of Engineering.

Information about our scholarship program, including GPA academic awards available to you as a continuing student, can be found on our scholarship page

Please complete the application below. Selection criteria will be based on transfer GPA, transfer hours, and proven completion of math and science courses preparing you for an engineering degree track. Please contact Pat Nelson, scholarship coordinator, at panelson@k-state.edu or 785-532-5590 if you have questions.

To be a First Generation to College student, one or both of your parents or guardians have not received a four-year degree from a college or university.

Identify which of the following college-level math and science courses you have completed or are currently enrolled in (K-State course number shown in parentheses).
Business Calculus (MATH 205)
Calculus 1 (MATH 220)
Calculus 2 (MATH 221)
Calculus 3 (MATH 222)
Differential Equations (MATH 240)
General Physics 1 (PHYS 113)
General Physics 2 (PHYS 114)
Engineering Physics 1 (PHYS 213)
Engineering Physics 2 (PHYS 214)
College Chemistry 1 (CHM 210)
College Chemistry 2 (CHM 230)
Other Related Engineering Courses
 


The deadline to complete the College of Engineering Transfer Scholarship application is Friday, Nov. 17 for students starting in the spring 2018 term. Applications for students starting in the summer and fall 2018 terms will be available Feb. 1, 2018.