All students who enter the Engineering Dual Degree undergraduate and graduate degrees (Graduate 3-year Option) are awarded the Graduate Affiliation Scholarship, which guarantees a 50 percent tuition discount for the first year, a 55 percent discount the second year and a 60 percent discount the third year. International and domestic students are eligible.

Domestic students who enter the Engineering Dual Degree undergraduate degree (Undergraduate 2-year Option) may also be eligible for federal grants, student loans and part-time employment. Participants in the Undergraduate 2-year Option are classified as an undergraduate student and therefore may qualify for undergraduate financial support. If you are currently a senior, you may be eligible for more undergraduate support if you wait and graduate with both undergraduate degrees from both institutions at the same time.

Merit-Based Scholarships

Merit awards are available for both students in the undergraduate two-year option and the graduate three-year option who have excelled academically and in extracurricular activities. The deadline to apply is March 10.

Students can complete one application to be eligible for all possible merit scholarships.

  • The Harold P. Brown Engineering Fellowships are merit scholarships for dual degree students enrolled in the undergraduate two-year option who excel both academically and in co-curricular achievements.
  • At least one full-tuition Brown Fellowship is awarded and up to 10 partial scholarships.
  • The Lee Hunter Scholarship provides graduate three-year option students $3,000 off tuition for their first and second years of study, and an additional $4,000 off tuition for the third year. Note that the Hunter Scholarship is in addition to the Graduate Affiliation Scholarship.

Apply for merit scholarships

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