CEAT Scholarships

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Welcome to the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology!  We administer a variety of scholarships established by foundations and corporations, alumni and friends of CEAT.  Thanks to their generosity, we provided over $1.6 million in scholarship support during academic year!


Young woman holding booksYour OSU admission application serves as your scholarship application. By completing it, and indicating a major within the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology, you will be considered for all scholarships based on eligibility. To be considered for all scholarship opportunities you must submit a completed admission application by February 1.



Young man receiving award from Wayne Allen.Incorporating one of the nation's premier undergraduate engineering scholarship programs, the W.W. Allen Scholars Program seeks to develop some of the nation's top engineering graduates. The program is designed to accelerate leadership and professional development, stimulate intellectual growth, develop interpersonal skills, develop career and cultural perspectives, and to prepare graduates for a full awareness of global forces and opportunities.

The W. W. Allen Boys & Girls Club National Scholarship was designed to benefit 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 $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.

Funding for the two scholarships come from generous donations by W. Wayne Allen, retired CEO and Chairman of the Phillips Petroleum Company.


Young man sitting with open books in front of the library.Current students enrolled full-time in any area of study within the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology must complete a continuing student application to be considered for CEAT scholarship support during the following academic year. In order to submit an application, you must attach a copy of your transcript, unofficial or official, that includes your most recent fall grades and enrollment for the spring semester. To be considered for all scholarship opportunities you must submit this application by February 1.

Phillips 66 SHIELD Scholars Program

Another scholarship that continuing CEAT students can apply for is the Phillips 66 SHIELD Scholars Program. This scholarship requires an additional application other than the continuing student application. More information can be found here: http://p66shieldscholars.avature.net/ssp/.

Koch Discovery Scholarship Program

CEAT students pursuing a degree in either Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering can also apply for the Koch Discovery Scholarship. This scholarship requires an additional application other than the continuing student application. More information can be found here: www.kochcollegerecruiting.com .



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Outside organizations periodically contact us regarding scholarship opportunities for which OSU CEAT students are eligible. These scholarships are not handled through the University, and have individual criteria, submission procedures and deadlines to meet. If you have questions about these scholarships please contact the organization indicated on the application. We update this information as it is received so check back often.


For more information on CEAT Scholarships, contact:

Scholarship Coordinator
College of Engineering, Architecture & Technology
201 Advanced Technology Research Center
Stillwater, OK 74078
phone: 405.744.2446

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