Engineering Scholarships

A scholarship is considered by ASME to be a grant made to a student to enable or assist the student in pursuing an educational program in mechanical engineering or mechanical engineering technology at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Thank you for your interest in our scholarships. The application will open  December 1, 2022 to fund scholarships for the 2023-24 academic school year.

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The online Scholarship Application opens for the 2023 - 2024 academic year starting December 1, 2022, for 4-Year Baccalaureate students, Graduate students, Community College/2-Year Technical Programs, and Associate degree students and graduating High School seniors pursuing ME/MET degrees and closely related disciplines. 

  • An ASME student membership is required to login to the online application system. Join ASME or Renew your membership. 

  • Applicants must be accepted and later enrolled in Associate, Baccalaureate or graduate degree programs for the academic year starting September 1, 2023. Associate degree programs at community/technical colleges or international programs holding Regional/National Accreditation are accepted. Baccalaureate programs at domestic colleges/universities must hold ABET accreditation. 

  • Applicants must be full-time unless they are within two semesters of graduation when enrolled in a 4-year Baccalaureate program. 

  • Applicants can be part-time at a community college, 2-year technical college or associate degree program.  

  • ASME Scholarships have only one application to complete for all scholarships. Students must apply again each year. 

4-Year Baccalaureate and Graduate Program Students (ME/MET)

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Community College / 2-Year Technical Program, and General Engineering Students

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High School Seniors

Involved in STEM related activities or a FIRST Robotics team member

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ASME Scholarship Program Goals

Expand the engineering workforce pipeline consistent with ASME’s objectives

Enable outstanding mechanical engineering students in financial difficulty to graduate.

Encourage continuing participation and leadership in ASME

Support the education for students whose application shows potential for that student to contribute to the advancement of the art, science and practice of ME and MET or closely related engineering fields

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