The NIU Searchable Scholarships Website can give a customized list of potential awards or browse ALL scholarships available.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Illinois (ACEC-IL) conducts an annual scholarship program that provides a minimum of $11,500 in awards. ACEC-IL annually awards a $4,000 top award to an Illinois engineering student. In addition, a minimum of six additional $1,500 Named Scholarships are awarded. These Named Scholarships are graciously sponsored by ACEC-IL Member Firms.
The College Scholarship Program is available on a competitive basis to community college, four-year college, and graduate students of Hispanic heritage. Award amounts generally range from $1,000 to $3,000.
The e-Scholar website has information about hundreds of federally-funded education scholarships, fellowships, grants, internships, and cooperative programs valued at more than $400 million. The site contains information for students from high school through doctoral. New programs are added daily.
This website is developed by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and has several links to foundations and programs offering scholarships.
4 scholarships are available
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering annually selects Outstanding Undergraduate and Graduate Students of the Year and awards them with certificates at the annual departmental banquet and award ceremony. The names of the recipients of the awards are included in plaques and displayed in the Engineering Building.
Spring 2011 Recipients
A regular (not student-at-large) graduate student must meet the following minimum criteria to be eligible for this award:
Two lists (one for undergraduates and one for graduates) of students who meet the eligibility criteria must be submitted to the faculty by the department chair (or by someone designated for this task by the Chair) at least 2 weeks before the award ceremony.
Voting will consist of one vote per faculty member (including the department chair) for each award cast by a confidential ballot.
The award recipient will be the student who receives the majority of the votes in each award category. In the case of a tie, faculty can decide whether to have a run-off ballot between those who tied or to present awards to all those who are tied. The results of the voting will be kept confidential until they are officially announced.
A student who qualifies for an award, regardless of he/she wins the award or not, will be eligible for the award in the following years during which he/she is enrolled as a regular student in this department at NIU.