School of Engineering
Robert Bosch Fuel Systems Scholarship
The School of Engineering offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering (B.S.E). The program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Grand Valley’s B.S.E. degree program has a wide community of industrial support. A competitive scholarship for $500 has generously been established by Robert Bosch Fuel Systems to support engineering students in accredited programs.
To be eligible, a student must have:
- 1. Applied for admission to GVSU prior to December 31
- Declared engineering as a major
- Cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better in high school
- An ACT math sub-score of at least 26 and an ACT composite of at least 26, and
- At least six units of high school math and science
- Submitted the FAFSA form. Extra consideration will be given to applicants who have demonstrated financial need.
- Scholarship application submitted by January 31
Recipients will be selected by the Engineering Scholarship Committee from those students who meet the above qualifications and have been admitted to the University. The scholarships are renewable on an annual basis, for a total of eight semesters, provided the recipient continues to maintain the following level of scholarship:
- Is enrolled as a full-time student in engineering, with the exception of co-op semesters
- Maintains a minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA
- Meets standard academic progress as defined by the Financial Aid Office, and
- Successfully completes the engineering requirements for each academic year
The Engineering Scholarship Committee monitors each recipient’s progress and notifies the Financial Aid Office of award renewal.
Page last modified December 3, 2013