Scholarship, Fellowship & Grant Programs
These scholarship, fellowship and grant programs, established through the generosity of alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations, are awarded to engineering students with financial need who have demonstrated academic ability and show promise of contributing to the engineering profession.
The following programs are specifically for Dartmouth students pursuing undergraduate studies in engineering sciences.
Mazilu Engineering Research Fellowship
The Mazilu fellowship is a competitive program in support of a research experience for engineering sciences students under the direction of a faculty mentor.Learn More
EE Just Program
The EE Just undergraduate fellowship is a two-year fellowship — held during the junior and senior years — designed to increase the number of underrepresented minorities at Dartmouth who choose to enter a doctoral program in a STEM field after graduation.Learn More
Additional Grants & Scholarships
Grants and scholarships are money for your education that do not need to be repaid. Your eligibility for Dartmouth and federal, need-based grants and scholarships is determined by the forms you submit when you apply.Learn More
The following programs are specifically for Dartmouth Engineering graduate students pursuing research.
GAANN Fellowship in Energy
Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) is a US Department of Education program to support doctoral-level training in fields designated as areas of national need such as "Engineers in the Energy Field."Learn More
EE Just Program
The EE Just program helps graduate students from systemically underrepresented minority (URM) groups succeed in STEM by offering a suite of interconnected initiatives designed to meet them where they are along their career arc. The program also helps URM graduate students find community and peer-to-peer support networks.Learn More
The GEM fellowship program supports the National GEM Consortium's mission to "enhance the value of the nation's human capital by increasing the participation of underrepresented groups (African Americans, American Indians, and Hispanic Americans) at the master's and doctoral levels in engineering and science."Learn More