The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture offers more than 300 Dean’s Scholarships a year to incoming freshmen and transfer students.
Freshmen with high academic achievement (high school grade point average and pre-college test scores) will be considered. Students are encouraged to apply early – both for admission and for the Dean’s Scholarship – as the number of scholarships awarded is limited by the funds available each year. Scholarships may also be restricted to specific campus locations.
Pullman campus transfer students who have completed the calculus series and the calculus-based physics series or the chemistry series with a GPA of 3.2 or higher will be considered for the Dean’s Scholarship.
Complete the WSU General Scholarship Application to be considered for the Dean’s Scholarship. The annual deadline is January 31 for the following academic year.
Available to students certified in their majors. Dates and applications methods vary; please contact your school or department for information.
Boeing Scholars Program
Each year, twelve junior-level students (four from the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, four from the Carson College of Business, two from the College of Arts and Sciences, and two from the Murrow College of Communication) are selected as Boeing Scholars. In their senior year, these students participate in a multidisciplinary design course in which they address Boeing-sponsored projects with both engineering and business components. The project culminates in a formal presentation to Boeing management and entry in the Business Plan Competition.
The Boeing Company instituted this scholarship program at the turn of the century at WSU to provide a multidisciplinary educational experience for outstanding students. When Boeing Scholars enter the globally competitive industrial workplace, they already have experience working with professionals from a range of disciplines.
Learn more about the Boeing Scholars Program.