Paul Tikalsky, Dean
College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology
Stillwater, OK 74078
Oklahoma State University takes pride in attracting some of the nations best in engineering, architecture and technology. We offer unique and in-depth programs, as well as extensive scholarship opportunities. All incoming freshman students admitted to OSU are automatically considered for scholarships.
For students in Engineering, Architecture and Technology, the college requires that all students have several basic tools of these majors. Students in the College must have a scientific calculator and a laptop computer. The scientific calculator should be capable of computing trigonomic functions, logarithmic and natural logarithmic functions, basic statistical analysis, and all algebraic functions.
There are many scholarship opportunities available through the college. Click here for more information.
No matter where you began your collegiate journey, you can still become an OSU Cowboy! Please explore the information on this page, and let us know if you have any questions about Oklahoma State University. Read More
Honors and Scholars Programs
W.W. Allen Scholars
The W.W. Allen Scholars Program is designed to identify the best and brightest future engineering professionals in the country. This Nationally recognized program is only available to OSU engineering students. Two freshman are selected for the program each year and receive an annual scholarship of $7500. In addition to the many professional development opportunities, this program is highlighted by the opportunity to pursue a master’s degree at the University of Cambridge in the UK, all expenses paid. Read More
W.W. Allen Boys and Girls Club Scholars
The W. W. Allen Boys & Girls Club National Scholarship benefits a person who was an active member of a Boys & Girls Club while in high school, and who wishes to pursue educational goals in the field of engineering. This is an OSU exclusive scholarship program, awarded to an incoming freshman. The scholarship amount is $15,000 per year for up to four years of study toward a BS degree in engineering. Only one new award is made each year. Read More