Welcome to the Engineering Scholarship Program! Thanks to generous donations from alumni, corporations, and friends of the Cockrell School, undergraduates received more than $4.8 million in merit-based awards in 2013-14, including awards for first-year and current students.
Have you already been awarded a scholarship from the Cockrell School of Engineering? Then find out what to do next on the Scholarship Recipients page.
The Cockrell School of Engineering offers a variety of scholarships aimed at recognizing the academic achievement and leadership potential of future students. Students are highly encouraged to apply for university and engineering scholarships by completing the scholarship section of the ApplyTexas application for UT Austin by December 1. As long as you mark Engineering as your first-choice major, you will be considered for engineering scholarships. Also, please consider completing the Engineering Honors Program application to be considered for additional merit scholarships and honors opportunities by December 1.
Currently enrolled engineering students complete the Engineering Scholarship Application by March 1, each year to be considered for scholarship awards and renewals the following year. The Cockrell School also offers scholarships throughout the year from companies, organizations and external groups. The Current Scholarship List changes frequently, so check it often. Most internally awarded corporate scholarships are due each October 1.
The Cockrell School of Engineering does not offer scholarships to incoming transfer students. Transfer students can complete the UT Scholarship Application for Continuing and Transfer Applicants by April 1. Once enrolled in Engineering, complete the Engineering Scholarship Application by March 1.
The Cockrell School does not offer scholarships to incoming international undergraduates. Current international undergraduates can apply for a small number of scholarships available by completing the Engineering Scholarship Application by March 1. Find more information for international students on the Web pages below.
Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
To be eligible for an out-of-state tuition waiver, a student must receive an academically competitive scholarship or fellowship of $1,000 or more during an academic year.
Office Location: ECJ 2.106
Engineering Scholarship Program
The University of Texas at Austin
301 E. Dean Keeton St. C2100
Austin, Texas 78712-2100