EECS is fortunate to have a number of scholarships to award each year to qualified students. To qualify for EECS scholarships, students must be accepted into the University of Tennessee, College of Engineering, and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Incoming first-year students, current/returning UT students and new transfer students must apply by submitting the appropriate scholarship application provided on the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships website at http://onestop.utk.edu/your-money/covering-costs/scholarships/. Students need not apply for specific scholarships, as the Scholarship Committee will match qualified students with available awards.
Scholarships are awarded each academic year in the spring for the upcoming year. For more information, contact the College of Engineering Academic and Student Affairs Office at (865) 974-2454 or visit 101 Perkins Hall.
Available EECS scholarships include:
- Carol And Malcolm Bayless
- Dr. M.E. and Mrs. J.N. Casey
- Grace O. Davis
- Department of Electrical Engineering And Computer Science
- Christopher J. and Michelle R. Gentry
- Eta Kappa Nu-Beta Phi
- Dr. E. Johnson and Mrs. L.H. Kennedy
- S. T. Harris
- Urban And Susan Hilger
- Robert And Alliene Lay
- W. O. Leffell
- Edgar Wyman McCall
- Harlan D. and Luella C. Mills
- Billy J. And Sylvia F. Moore
- Leonard B. Murray, Sr.
- Leonard B. Murray, Jr.
- Erby Roy and Jean Bush Nankivell
- Leonard And Betty Shealy
- Charles And Martha Sprankle
- David W. Straight
- Fred Smith Vreeland
- Charles Weaver Memorial
- Arthur F. Woods
- Min H. Kao Scholars
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