Quad Cities Campus

New Student & Transfer Engineering Scholarships

3M Engineering Scholarship*

GPA, ACT, Year in School: Freshman; minimum GPA 2.75, minimum ACT 25 or SAT 1140

Major, Other Requirements: Open to entering freshman majoring in engineering

Program Information: Engineering

Deadline to Apply: TBD

Award Amount: $1000 ($500/semester)

Apply to/Contact Information: Chair, Engineering Department

Comments:  While grade point is important, it should not overshadow the importance of outside activities or work experience.

*Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.

Current Engineering Student Scholarships

Derek Bloomfield Engineering Scholarship*

Derek Bloomfield earned a B.S. degree in Engineering in 2011. He is Manager of the Product Engineering Department at Sivyer Steel, Bettendorf, IA.

GPA, ACT, Year in School: Minimum GPA 3.0

Major, Other Requirements: Must be enrolled in Engineering

Deadline to Apply: TBD

Award Amount: $1000 ($500/semester)

Apply to/Contact Information: Chair, Engineering Department

Comments:  Scholarship/Award is renewable but applicant must reapply. Criteria for renewal: Compliance with the terms of the scholarship application, which includes compliance with the scholarship award in the year in which it was created.

*Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.




Lavern & Nola McEntire Engineering Scholarship*

CRITERIA: To apply for this scholarship, a student must be enrolled at Western Illinois University, majoring in Engineering and be entering his/her junior or senior year. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or all completed coursework is required and a minimum 2.75 grade point average in Engineering coursework is also required. While grade point is important, it should not overshadow the importance of outside activities and work experience.

ELIGIBILITTY: Students must be Engineering majors at Western Illinois University-Quad Cities.

APPLICATIONS and PROCESS: Applications can be obtained from the QC Student Services

Applicant must submit the following:

  • Attached application
  • Resume

Deadline to Apply: TBD

TERMS: One $2,000 scholarship is available. The recipient will have $1,000 applied to their student account for the fall and spring semesters.

INQUIRIES SHOULD BE SENT TO: School of Engineering

IS THE AWARD OR SCHOLARSHIP RENEWABLE: No

Comments:  *Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.





Dr. William & Carol Pratt Engineering Scholarship*

GPA, ACT, Year in School: 2.75 GPA

Major, Other Requirements:Open to engineering majors enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours for the semester at WIU-QC

Program information: Engineering

Deadline to Apply: TBD

Award Amount: TBD

Applications and Process: Applications can be obtained from the QC Student Services

Contact Information: Director, School of Engineering

Comments: While grade point is important, it should not overshadow the importance of outside activities and work experience.

*Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.




Sedona Technologies Engineering Scholarship*

GPA, ACT, Year in School: 3.0, Junior/Senior standing

Major, Other Requirements:Open to engineering majors enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours for the semester at WIU-QC

Program information: Engineering

Deadline to Apply: TBD

Applications and Process: Applications can be obtained from the QC Student Services

Contact Information: Director, School of Engineering

Additional Materials or Instructions: Must submit a FAFSA application (www.fafsa.ed.gov, WIU School Code = 001780. Must perform 12 hours of approved community service during the academic year.

Comments: *Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.




Shive Hattery Engineering Scholarship*

GPA, ACT, Year in School: 3.0, Junior/Senior standing

Major, Other Requirements: Student must be enrolled in the Engineering Program at WIU-Quad Cities.

Program information: Engineering

Deadline to Apply: TBD

Award Amount: $2,000 per year, $1,000 per semester

Applications and Process: Applications can be obtained online and from the QC Student Services

Contact Information: Director, School of Engineering

Comments: *Scholarships are subject to the availability of funds.




External Scholarships

National Association of Women in Construction Scholarships

The Quad Cities Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction promotes education and contributes to the betterment of the construction industry.  To further this goal, our chapter annually awards scholarships to local/regional male and female students pursuing an education in a construction-related field.  Since beginning our scholarship program, we have awarded over $182,000 in scholarship funds!  Applications are due March 31st each year.

Apply at: http://www.nawicqc.org/

2020 Veteran Car Donations Annual Scholarship

Deadline Date: August 15th, 2020

Detailed Description: With an increasingly complex and demanding world, successful solutions to our nation’s (and our world’s) problems require a solid education. As a leader in nonprofit fundraising, Veteran Car Donations sees, up close, the many issues facing today’s society. What better way to help combat these problems than to help pave the way for tomorrow’s leaders? To put our money where our mouth is, we are announcing the 2020 Veteran Car Donations Annual College Scholarship – supporting students pursuing STEM-related degrees. According to the Department of Education, STEM fields of study include computer sciences, engineering, mathematics, natural sciences (including physical, biological, and agricultural sciences), and related fields. Related fields involve research, innovation, and/or the development of new technologies using the aforementioned fields of study. Veteran Car Donations will award the selected student applicant $1,000 to be used toward his or her degree. In addition, Veteran Car Donations will award a $250 textbook scholarship to the two runners-up.

Value of Scholarship: $1,000 (1 winner), $250 (2 runner ups)

Qualifications: To qualify, undergraduate students must be majoring in a STEM field of study (or related field) as well as attending an accredited college or university.

Application Form


AMERICANMUSCLE AUTOMOTIVE SCHOLARSHIPS

AmericanMuscle: 4 x $2000 scholarships for students pursuing an automotive themed major(mechanical engineering, robotics etc.) Two scholarships will be awarded every spring semester, followed by two additional scholarships to be awarded for the fall semester each year

Scholarship information and deadlines are found on the company website.




WIU Scholarship Sources

For Entering Freshman: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/scholarship/incomingProcess.php

For Transfer Students: http://www.wiu.edu/student_services/scholarship/transferProcess.php

Director of Engineering Program Contact Information

William Pratt

Title: Director, Engineering Program
Department: WIU-QC Engineering
Office Location: Riverfront Hall 207B - WIU Quad Cities
Office Phone: 309/762-9481 Ext. 62783
Email: WF-Pratt@wiu.edu