Cabrillo College Engineering Scholarship
The Engineering Department will award scholarships ranging in value from $100 to $2,000 for the next academic year: 2022-23. The underlying principle of these awards is to provide financial support to Cabrillo engineering majors while encouraging and rewarding excellence in academic achievement. Recipients will be current engineering students who will be attending college full-time the following fall at either Cabrillo or a transfer university. To be considered for the scholarship, you must be a Cabrillo engineering major enrolled in or have completed at least one semester of calculus (math 5A/5B), and one physics course (4A) or one engineering transfer course (1A, 5, 10, 15, 25, 35, 45) during the application year. In selecting students to receive awards, the committee will consider especially, but not exclusively, (1) academic performance, (2) perseverance, (3) the number of lower division engineering courses completed (see list of courses on application), (4) financial need; and (5) ethnic and gender balance among applicants. We ask demographic information below because some donors have specified scholarship requirements.
Complete the following by the due date.1) Complete application form, including list of courses completed. 2) Attach unofficial transcript
Street Address Line 2
State / Province
Postal / Zip Code
Cell Phone Number
What is your Cabrillo Student ID?
What is your gender?
What is your ethnicity?
Where will you be attending in Fall 2022?
continuing Cabrillo College.
transferring to a 4 year university.
If you will have transferred in Fall 2022, please list the schools that you have applied to or plan on attending.
Please select the courses you have completed, planned, and not needed. For the courses you have completed, select the grade you received. The scholarship committee will verify your responses with your unofficial transcript provided.
F or NP
CS 11 or 12J
CS 19 or 20J
Please describe why you decided to become an engineer and what your academic plans and career goals are. (Include, if applicable, reference to previous job experience, part-time employment, community involvement, and general interests that have impacted your path to become an engineer.)
Please describe your involvement and leadership in school and community clubs/organizations.
Please describe struggle(s) you have had in college and how have you solved them.
Please describe your financial need.
Lastly, please add anything else that you would like us to know about you.
Please attach your unofficial transcripts.
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