Scholarships make a world of difference for our students at the USF College of Engineering. But with just 86 privately funded scholarships for all 6,200 engineering students (enough to award less than $50 per student), more than half of our students still have unmet financial need.
The Undergraduate Engineer's Scholarship is an important resource for the college and our students. From sophomores to seniors, this scholarship supports deserving engineering students as they work to graduate and launch their careers – and it's entirely funded by donors and friends like you. Watch the video on this page to learn more about two of the students who have received this scholarship and what it means to them.
Many things have changed in the last year, but one thing will always remain the same: the importance of supporting our student engineers. Join us in supporting our students during USF Giving Week and THANK YOU!
who we are
The College of Engineering comprises seven academic departments and supports 11 major research centers actively engaged in local and global research activities with focuses on sustainability, biomedical engineering, computing technology and transportation.
Your gift will help provide an important and impactful scholarship for undergraduate engineering students. You will give students a financial boost and a vote of confidence to help them stay on track to achieve their educational and professional dreams.
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Your gift will be used to support outstanding undergraduate students at the USF College of Engineering.
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