Description

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 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.

Award amount

$1,000 annual tuition award

Eligibility requirements

  • 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.
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