The American Society of Naval Engineers began its scholarship program in 1979 in order to promote the profession of naval engineering and to encourage college students to enter the field. Since the inception of the Scholarship Program, ASNE has since awarded more than 500 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing an education and career in naval engineering.
ASNE will begin accepting applications in January 2016. Have a question regarding the application process? Please contact Erica Smedley Cox at (703) 836-6727 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the ASNE Scholarship
Though rooted in tradition, a constant push for more power and efficiency, the application and development of cutting-edge technology, modern warfare and issues related to national security have aided the evolution of naval engineering. Today, naval engineering includes most engineering disciplines as they are applied to a naval specialty and has become a challenging and rewarding career field in high demand.
Applications must be for the last year of a full-time or co-op undergraduate program or for one year of full-time graduate study for a designated engineering or physical science degree at an accredited school. Applicants must be U.S. citizens pursuing careers in naval engineering. Graduate student applicants must be members of ASNE. An applicant's academic record, work history, professional promise and interest, extracurricular activities and recommendations are considered. Financial need may be considered.
Eligible programs of study for ASNE scholarships include:
Applied Mathematics and Physics, and
Other relevant military and civilian professions.
A combination of undergraduate scholarships ($3,000 per year) and graduate scholarships ($4,000 per year) are awarded each academic year.
Undergraduate candidates—Must be applying for support in their final year of an engineering program at an accredited undergraduate college or university.
Graduate candidates—May apply for support during one full year of a graduate program or co-op leading to an engineering or physical science degree at an accredited university.
Selection criteria includes the following:
Interest in naval engineering
Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Financial need may also be considered.