Chemical Scholarship Opportunities

Departmental Scholarships

Thanks to support of individuals, foundations, industry and government, the Department of Chemical Engineering has a number of scholarship opportunities available for students, including freshman and transfer students. We attempt to nominate exceptional students for these awards by matching their qualifications as closely as possible to the spirit and requirements of the awards.

The following is a list of scholarship opportunities designated for chemical engineering:

  • BP America - Chemical Engineering
  • Brown, J.W. and Rosemary Annual Scholarship In Chemical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering Departmental Scholarships
  • ChevronTexaco Scholarships - Chemical Engineering
  • Corbitt, James and Patricia Endowment Fund For Scholarships In Chemical Engineering
  • Dr. Andrew Hsu Endowment For Scholarships In Chemical Engineering
  • McMillan Family Endowed Scholarship For Chemical Engineering
  • Amerada Hess Scholarship
  • McGlamery Endowed Scholarship
  • William Richardson Endowed Scholarship
  • Cleburne Basore Scholarship
  • Carol and David R. Hart Scholarship
  • Trent Williams Scholarship
  • John and Cynthia Mace Anderson Endowed Scholarship
  • ConocoPhillips Scholarship
  • Joseph and Gail Barth Scholarship (also to be known as the Hirth Scholar)
  • Diaco and Angela Aviki Endowed Scholarship in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • Dr. Ralph S. and Deborah Cunningham Endowed Scholarship in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • Thomas Hester Annual Scholarship in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • Auburn E. Hudgins Annual Scholarship in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
  • Terry Allen Kirkley Endowed Scholarship in the Department of Chemical Engineering
  • Emmett Reeder Annual Scholarship in Chemical Engineering in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

We are often forced to make a nomination decision based solely on academic performance. Scholarships can be awarded much more intelligently and fairly when information about a student's background, goals, honors and personal interests are available.

Auburn University has recently purchased a new scholarship software program. Revisions are being made to the scholarship application process. For further information, refer to the Office of University Scholarships: www.auburn.edu/scholarship/ausom

Stay tuned for further developments.

Last Updated: Sep 09, 2013