Environmental Engineering and Science Scholarship FAQs

What are acceptable Environmental Engineering undergraduate majors?
Civil, chemical, mechanical or environmental engineering.

What are the acceptable Environmental Science majors?
Environmental Science or Environmental Studies. Areas of focus within the major are available such as environmental biology, ecology, environmental chemistry, atmospheric sciences including climate change, environmental geology, environmental resources management, and environmental policy. (This list does not list all areas of focus. Your area of focus will need to be listed on your application.)

Do all forms have to be submitted together?
No. Forms can be submitted separately, however all forms must be submitted by the deadline date in PDF format to Yolanda Moulden, scholarship@eesfoundation.org.

Do I need to send an official transcript?
Yes, all transcripts must be official from your school. You may scan the transcript and submit in PDF format as long as the seal of the university indicating that it is an official transcript is legible in the PDF.

My grade point average is under the required criteria 3.0. Would I still be eligible to apply for your scholarships?
No, you must meet the minimum grade point average requirement.

How can I find out if my program is eligible for the scholarship program?
Please email a link for your curriculum to scholarship@eesfoundation.org. We will review it to determine whether or not it matches the criteria for the scholarship.

Can my college/academic advisor also be one of my references?
Yes, your college/academic advisor may also be one of your references.

I am a US resident, but attend and/or intend to apply to a school outside of the US. Would I still be eligible to apply for your scholarships?
No. The scholarships are intended for US universities.

Is this scholarship only for full-time students?
Yes.

I am currently enrolled in a Master's Degree program and have already completed a couple of courses. Can I still apply for the scholarship?
Yes.

I already have a Master's Degree, but plan to pursue an additional one. Would I still qualify for the scholarship program?
Yes.

I earned an undergraduate degree a couple of years ago and now wish to pursue a Master's Degree. Could I still apply for the Master's Degree scholarship even though I am not currently enrolled?
Yes.


Please submit additional questions to Yolanda Moulden, scholarship@eesfoundation.org.

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