Scholarship Information

WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE AUBURN PULP & PAPER FOUNDATION (APPF) SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM ?

This brochure is to help you better understand the scholarship program qualifications and the requirements that scholarship students are expected to fulfill.

The Auburn Pulp and Paper Foundation offers a designated number of undergraduate academic scholarships for students attending Auburn University and specializing in one of the pulp, paper & bio-resource options. These scholarships are offered to the best and brightest students who are seriously interested in a career in the pulp, paper & bio-resource industry.

Freshmen applying to Auburn University, must have at least a 27 or better on the ACT as recommended, interest in working in the Pulp, Paper & Bio-resource Industry, and planning on majoring in either Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering with the pulp and paper option to be considered for this scholarship.

If you are a current AU student or a university student transferring to Auburn, you must have approximately a 3.0 cumulative GPA, interest in working in the Pulp, Paper & Bio-resource Industry, and planning on majoring in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering with the pulp, paper & bio-resource option to be considered for this scholarship.

Once accepted to the scholarship program, a student must meet the following standards to continue to be qualified for the Auburn Pulp & Paper Foundation Scholarship:

  • join the TAPPI/PIMA student organizations
  • maintain approximately a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • maintain a full class load
  • participate in the co-op or summer internship program
  • attend the mandatory fall scholarship meeting. (notifications will be sent out)
  • attend the fall banquet of the Auburn Pulp & Paper Foundation (you will receive notification)
  • maintain either a ChE, ME, or EE major with a pulp, paper & bio-resource option to receive the scholarship (failure to notify us of dropping the pulp, paper & bio-resource option, and accepting scholarship money will make you liable for repayment to the Auburn Pulp & Paper Foundation)
Last Updated: May 13, 2016