Are you an Engineering student with outstanding academics, in need of financial assistance and interested in transferring to Seattle Pacific University? Through a National Science Foundation grant, ECASE–Engaging the Community to Achieve Success in Engineering– provides scholarships of up to $10,000 per year (max total of $30,000) for community college students who qualify and are looking to pursue undergraduate degrees in Computer, Electrical, General Engineering-Mechanical, or General Engineering-Appropriate & Sustainable.
- Academic achievement, based on transcript (a GPA of 3.25 or higher is preferred; SAT scores are optional);
- Financial need, based on the results of the FAFSA;
- Completion of an Associate of Arts or Science (engineering track) degree or equivalent, including completion of one year of calculus-based mathematics and physics (prior to enrolling in the program);
- Potential for success in engineering, based on student essay and recommendations;
- Proof of US citizenship, permanent residency, nationalization, or refugee status;
- Full-time status upon entering Seattle Pacific University.
Students are encouraged to submit the online ECASE application at the same time they apply for general admission to Seattle Pacific University.
Priority will be given to applications submitted by May 15, 2015, though applications will be accepted until all scholarships have been awarded.