Engineering Scholarship

Application Deadline: January 9, 2024

Carroll University offers scholarship opportunities for students planning to pursue study in pre-engineering or applied physics. Scholarships will be awarded in amounts up to $2,500 per year based on the number of applicants. Qualified students will be considered for all available scholarship programs.

The Nevins Endowed Engineering Scholarship was established through the generosity of the Nevins family based on their interest and commitment in building the pipeline of future engineers in this nation. Mr. M.E. Nevins was the co-founder and CEO of Wisconsin Centrifugal, Inc. in Waukesha (now MetalTek International). This honored award recognizes promising students in the pre-engineering program based on academic achievements and talent.

The WE Energies Foundation and A.O. Smith Foundation Scholarships are for pre-engineering and applied physics students showing high academic promise.

Conditions of Eligibility

  • The applicant must be a high school senior who has been accepted to Carroll University for full-time enrollment for the fall of 2024.
  • The applicant must intend to major in Carroll University’s applied physics or 3 + 2 pre-engineering program.
  • Additional conditions may be required by each scholarship.

Conditions of Competition

  • All applications must be received on or before Tuesday, January 9, 2024.
  • The applicant should possess a strong academic record, particularly in math and science courses and demonstrate the talent to succeed in an engineering career.
  • Scholarship finalists must participate in an on-campus interview with the scholarship selection committee at Scholar Day on Saturday, February 17, 2024. 

Please Submit the Following:

  1. Application (submit electronically below)
  2. One letter of recommendation (submit with your application or email to

Questions concerning this scholarship may be discussed with faculty members in the pre-engineering program or with an admission counselor at 1-800-CARROLL.

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