Undergraduate Scholarships

The College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) offers several tuition scholarships based on academic achievement. Incoming students are automatically considered for awards. No additional application is required to be considered for CECS scholarships.

  • All scholarships consider earned grades; ACT scores are also considered for freshmen scholarships.
  • Scholarship recipients need to enroll full time in an approved CECS degree program.
  • Some awards are renewable for a second year for students who maintain a minimum 2.75 grade point average and continue to enroll in an approved CECS degree program.

If you are a graduate student, please visit our graduate scholarships page.

CECS Scholarships

  • The A. Adnan Aswad Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for a total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science. 

    • Aswad Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
    • After completion of the first year, the Aswad Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
    • The Aswad Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.
  • The Brick Program Endowed Scholarship I provides a $1,000 annual tuition award (over two
    terms) for students studying for an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering and
    Computer Science of the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Brick Scholars are required to
    enroll on a full-time status (12 credits or higher) in a College of Engineering and Computer
    Science degree program.

    • The Brick Program Endowed Scholarship I is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school’s annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.

    The Brick Program Endowed Scholarship II provides a $1,000 annual tuition award for
    students studying for an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering and Computer
    Science of the University of Michigan-Dearborn. This scholarship is available for a maximum
    of four (4) terms, or upon the receipt of or eligibility to receive an undergraduate degree,
    whichever comes first.

    • Brick Scholars are required to enroll on a full-time status (12 credits or higher) in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program.
    • After completion of the first year, the Brick Program Endowed Scholarship II is renewable for one year for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program, and fulfills the standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
    • The Brick Program Endowed Scholarship II is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will monitor the scholar’s academic progress annually. CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school’s annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.
  • Eligibility: CECS students majoring in engineering
    Amount of Award: $1,000 per year towards tuition

  • The CECS Student Scholarship I provides a $1,000 annual tuition award (over two terms) for
    students studying for an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering and Computer
    Science of the University of Michigan-Dearborn.

    • CECS Student Scholars are required to enroll on a full-time status (12 credits or higher) in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program.
    • The CECS Student Scholarship I is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school's annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.

    The CECS Student Scholarship II provides a $1,000 annual tuition award for students studying for
    an undergraduate degree at the College of Engineering and Computer Science of the University of
    Michigan-Dearborn. This scholarship is available for a maximum of four (4) terms, or upon the
    receipt of or eligibility to receive an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

    • CECS Student Scholars are required to enroll on a full-time status (12 credits or higher) in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program.
    • After completion of the first year, the CECS Student Scholarship II is renewable for one year for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program, and fulfills the standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
    • The CECS Student Scholarship II is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar’s academic progress annually.
    • CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school’s annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.
  • Eligibility: Incoming freshmen and incoming transfer students majoring in engineering or computer science. 
    Amount of Award: $1,000 to $2,000 per year towards tuition 

  • Eligibility: CECS students majoring in electrical engineering or mechanical engineering
    Amount of Award: $1,000 to $2,000 per year towards tuition 

  • Eligibility: CECS students or CECS transfer students from Henry Ford College majoring in engineering or computer science. Preference is given to U.S. citizens who were citizens of British Commonwealth countries or whose parents were citizens of those countries.
    Amount of Award: $1,000 to $2,500 per year towards tuition 

  • The Henry Patton Endowed Scholarships are awarded to students in electrical engineering engineering, computer engineering, or robotics engineering from a bequest to the College of Engineering and Computer Science by Henry W. Patton II, the founder, president, and CEO of Acromag.

    Eligibility: Incoming freshmen and incoming transfer students majoring in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or robotics.
    Amount of Award: $1,000 to $5,000 per year towards tuition 

  • Junge Family Endowed Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for the total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

    • Recipients will be chosen according to the merit and need.
    • Recipients have attended any Michigan high school or have transferred to the University of Michigan Dearborn from Jackson Community College, Henry Ford Community College, Calvin College or Hope College.
    • Junge Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
    • After completion of the first year, the Junge Family Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
    • The Junge Family Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.
  • Eligibility: CECS students majoring in engineering
    Amount of Award: $1,000 per year towards tuition

  • Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Endowed Scholarship grants $2000 per year award for two years for a total award of $4000 for students studying for an undergraduate degree in either industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering at the College of Engineering and Computer Science.

    • Recipients will be chosen according to the merit and need by an IMSE faculty committee.
    • Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholars are required to enroll for at least nine credits in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs.
    • After completion of the first year, the Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholarship is renewable for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in industrial and systems engineering or manufacturing engineering degree programs, fulfills the standards of academic progress as defined by the Office of Financial Aid, and successfully completes no less than 67% of courses attempted in residence.
    • The Dr. Roger G. Klungle and Debra Lynne Klungle Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter Terms only.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • The Office of Financial Aid will monitor the scholar's academic progress annually.
  • The Robert Husak Memorial Scholarship I provides a $3,000 tuition award (over four semesters)
    for students studying for an undergraduate degree in computer and information science or
    software engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science of the University of
    Michigan‐Dearborn.

    • Husak Scholars are required to enroll full‐time (12 credits or higher) in Computer and Information Science or Software Engineering.
    • The Robert Husak Memorial Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter semesters only.
    • After completion of the first year, the Robert Husak Scholarship I is renewable for one year for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program (Computer and Information Science or Software Engineering), and fulfills the standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by the Office of Financial Aid.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school’s annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.

    The Robert Husak Memorial Scholarship II provides a $2,000 tuition award (over four semesters)
    for students studying for an undergraduate degree in computer and information science or
    software engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science of the University of
    Michigan‐Dearborn.

    • Husak Scholars are required to enroll full‐time (12 credits or higher) in Computer and Information Science or Software Engineering.
    • The Robert Husak Memorial Scholarship is awarded for the use during the Fall and Winter semesters only.
    • After completion of the first year, the Robert Husak Scholarship I is renewable for one year for the scholar who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 2.75, continues to be enrolled in a College of Engineering and Computer Science degree program (Computer and Information Science or Software Engineering), and fulfills the standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) as defined by the Office of Financial Aid.
    • This scholarship cannot be transferred to other colleges or universities.
    • CECS scholarship recipients are expected to attend the school’s annual donor/scholar recognition dinner. The event is generally held on campus in the fall on a weekday evening. You will receive an invitation.
  • Travel fellowships are awarded to CECS students taking part in an approved study abroad program from a gift by Ms. Waltraud (Wally) Prechter to the Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems.

    Eligibility: CECS undergraduates taking part in an approved study abroad or student exchange program.
    Amount of Award: up to $1,200 towards defraying travel costs associated with approved international studies.

    Current CECS students who are planning to participate in international studies as part of their CECS degree program should contact the Director of CECS Academic Services (2000 HPEC, 313-593-5510) to see if they qualify for the Prechter International Travel Fellowship.

Cooperative Education

The CECS Co-op Program provides paid internship employment opportunities for CECS undergraduate students. Each year engineering and computer science students collectively earn nearly $1.5 million dollars in financial assistance from the salary earned through their CECS Cooperative Education internship placements.

General Scholarships

Current and prospective College of Engineering and Computer Science students are also eligible for general scholarships, that is, scholarships awarded to students in any major. Both need-based and merit-based scholarships, ROTC scholarships, student loans, and other financial aid programs are available to UM-Dearborn students. 

For additional financial aid information, contact the Financial Aid Office.