Financial Aid & Scholarships (Future Students)
Engineering students here at Ohio State have access to a multitude of financial aid resources. Engineering scholarship programs are designed to be integrated into a student’s total financial aid package.
All new freshmen students who wish to apply for College of Engineering scholarships (including Women, Minority, Departmental and COFFEE) must complete the College of Engineering’s online application. Visit the College of Engineering’s website for scholarship deadlines, complete details and to apply.
The information on this page applies to new, incoming freshmen only. Current students should visit this page for scholarship and financial aid information.
The easiest way for new freshmen to be considered for all College of Engineering and departmental scholarships is to complete the College of Engineering Scholarship Application online. The ECE department does not have a separate scholarship application; we receive a copy of the College of Engineering Scholarship Application that you submit.
Undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering Scholarships
Scholarships for next year's incoming class (Deadline February 15)
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering awards a limited number of merit-based scholarships to outstanding high school students who are applying to Ohio State with the intention of majoring in either the traditional electrical engineering option or the computer option of the BSECE degree. These scholarships do not require FASFA filing. Students who would like to be considered for these awards should complete the College of Engineering Scholarship Application online.
Questions about ECE Department Scholarships?
- Ohio State Office of Student Financial Aid
- FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- FinAid: the Financial Aid Information Page. This page provides a free, comprehensive, independent, and objective guide to student financial aid. It is maintained by Mark Kantrowitz, author of The Prentice Hall Guide to Scholarships and Fellowships for Math and Science Students, and is sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).