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School of Engineering & Applied Science

Alexander S. Langsdorf Fellowships

  • Up to 10 full-tuition fellowships
  • Renewable annually, as long as the scholar is making satisfactory progress toward a degree.

The School of Engineering & Applied Science offers Alexander S. Langsdorf Fellowships to entering first-year students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, particularly in science and mathematics. Selected students participate in special programming as engineering undergraduates.For more information, please visit http://engineering.wustl.edu/langsdorf.aspx.

Eligibility

Each School of Engineering & Applied Science applicant will be considered. No separate scholarship application is required.

Fellows generally score in the top ranges on the SATs or ACTs. Most are in the top 10 percent of their classes in high school and have followed an extremely rigorous curriculum.

On-Campus Visits for Selected Applicants

WashU will invite finalists to campus for a weekend program, March 28–30, 2019. For these scholarships the university will pay for finalists’ round-trip expenses within the United States and their expenses in St. Louis during this visit. To remain eligible, finalists must attend these activities.

To apply for the Alexander S. Langsdorf Fellowships in Engineering:

  • On your application for admission to the Class of 2023, select a major in the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
  • The application must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. Central Time on January 2, 2019.

 

James M. McKelvey Undergraduate Research Award

  • Up to eight awards of $5,000 each to be used for research expenses and salary

If you’re an aspiring researcher, you may be interested in the James M. McKelvey Undergraduate Research Award, which supports research expenses and salary for working with any faculty member in engineering, medicine, or science. McKelvey Research Scholars may take advantage of special programming and mentoring throughout their undergraduate career, and they participate in a research seminar during the spring semester of their first year. McKelvey Research Scholars are encouraged to spend at least one summer in St. Louis engaged in research.

Eligibility

Each School of Engineering & Applied Science applicant will be considered. No separate scholarship application is required.

Scholars generally score in the top ranges on the SATs or ACTs. Most are in the top 10 percent of their classes in high school and have followed an extremely rigorous curriculum.

To apply for the James M. McKelvey Undergraduate Research Award in Engineering:

  • On your application for admission to the Class of 2023, select a major in the School of Engineering & Applied Science.
  • The application and portfolio must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. Central Time on January 2, 2019.

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