Washington State University

The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering

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Scholarships

Each year the MME school awards scholarships from 22 different sponsors to sophomore, junior, senior, and graduate students with awards ranging from $300 to $3000 in addition to scholarships awarded by the university. Freshmen and new transfer student scholarship awards are made at the University or College of Engineering and Architecture level.

Pullman Campus

To apply for an MME Scholarship, BSME and BSMSE students who have completed at least one semester at the Washington State University Pullman campus must complete a scholarship application form (available below) and submit it to the MME Student Services Office in Sloan 205 before April 1. Students need to complete an MME application in addition to any University level applications they have made.

APPLICATIONS: You should complete this form on your computer; print it; sign it; then submit it to Sloan 205 before April 1.

School of Mechanical & Materials Engineering Scholarship Form:
Application PDF format

Applications are due April 1.

Information on University level scholarships may be found on the scholarships page of the WSU financial aid office.

Additional information on MME scholarships may be found here.

Outside Scholarships

From time to time MME is informed of non-WSU scholarships specific to MME or Engineering Students. These scholarships are listed on this page.

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