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This year, the NCSEA Foundation Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarship Program will award more than $60,000 to structural engineering students who identify as historically underrecognized (including but not limited to Black/African American, Native/Indigenous, Hispanic/Latino, Asian, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, LGBTQIA+, as well as veterans and those with disabilities). Scholarships are presented annually to junior college students, undergraduate students and/or graduate students pursuing degrees in structural engineering.

2024 Diversity in Structural Engineering Scholarships are funded through the generosity of the following donors:

  • Applied Technology Council
  • Degenkolb Engineers
  • Forell | Elsesser Engineers
  • Holmes
  • Mackenzie
  • Martin/Martin
  • SEA-MW (Metropolitan Washington)
  • SEAONC (Northern California)
  • SEAoNY (New York)
  • The Tipping Family

Please click here for details on each partner scholarship.

Eligibility requirements:

  • Currently enrolled in junior college, undergraduate, or graduate school and will be registered in the fall term of 2024,
  • Has a focused career interest in structural engineering (to be defined in the personal statement) and/or is actively pursuing a structural engineering degree,
  • Will employ the scholarship to continue their formal education at a recognized educational institution.

Please share this opportunity with all students who qualify. The application deadline is March 15, 2024.


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