The College of Technology awards scholarships to students each academic year. The college awards scholarship money based on a number of factors including major, merit, need and leadership.
The application for scholarships to be awarded for the Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 school year is currently available with a deadline of Friday, April 19, 2013. All scholarships:
The deadline for the Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 academic year is Friday, April 19, 2013. Applications must be received via e-mail submission to email@example.com or in the Academic Services Center, room 108 T1 by 5:00 PM on Friday, April 19, 2013.
Current scholarships include:
|Scholarship Name||Criterion||Amount Awarded|
|Ted R. Akin Endowed Scholarship||Leadership, full-time undergraduate or graduate student.||1 award @ $800|
|American Society for Quality (ASQ) Greater Houston Chapter Scholarship||Good academic standing, completion of a COT course in quality control, quality management and/or reliability analysis; interest in quality control and management, member of UH ASQ chapter.||Multiple awards @ $1,000 each|
|Anthis Callicut-Gore Endowed Scholarship in Home Economics||Major in Retailing and Consumer Sciences. Selected on basis of need and scholastic standing.||Multiple awards totaling $4,000|
|Association of Well Head Equipment Manufacturing Scholarship Endowment||MEET major taking courses in petroleum engineering technology; full-time undergrad or grad student; good academic standing; must attend fall AWHEM meeting date TBD.||1 award @ $1,400|
|Bay Area Purchasing Scholarship||Full-time Supply Chain and Logistics Technology student interested in purchasing. 3.0 GPA required. Must attend Bay Area Purchasing Management Association meeting TBD.||1 award @ $1,500|
|Cris Castaneda Memorial Scholarship||US Citizen or resident alien, Construction Management major, full-time undergraduate or graduate student.||1 award @ $300 for Summer 2013|
|College of Technology General Scholarship Fund||Additional funds from many sources and various criteria.||Multiple awards totaling $6,000|
|The Crane Fund: Widows & Children Scholarship||Needy and disadvantaged student in College of Technology.||1 award @ $2,000|
|R.P. Doss/Houston Contractors Association||Junior or senior full-time student. Construction Management major from the greater Houston metro area; financial need; upper half of college.||1 award @ $250|
|William and Florence Fitzgibbon Memorial Scholarship||Based upon academic merit.||1 award @ $3,500|
|William R. "Doc" Forkner Memorial||Interested in teaching Industrial Technology; exhibits leadership qualities; enrolled in Technology Leadership and Supervision.||1 award @ $600|
|Barbara and Paul Frison Scholarship||CIS major; 3.0 GPA; full-time students with financial need.||Multiple awards totaling $7,500|
|Halliburton Petroleum Engineering Technology Scholarship||Must be interested in Petroleum Engineering Technology.||5 awards @ $3,000|
|Kay Hamilton Futures Studies||Major in Foresight; demonstrated financial need and academic merit.||Multiple awards totaling $2,300|
|HOAR Construction Scholarship||US citizen or resident alien, preference for Texas resident, undergraduate majoring in Construction Management, full-time student with at least 3.0 GPA.||1 award @ $1,000|
|James & Shirley Lofstrom Scholarship||Junior Supply Chain and Logistics Technology major with at least a 3.0 GPA.||Multiple awards totaling $2,000|
|Logistical Advantage Scholarship||Major in Supply Chain and Logistics Technology with a 3.0 GPA.||Multiple awards totaling $8,000|
|Merchandising Star Award||Junior, senior or graduate student Retailing and Consumer Sciences major; leadership in the merchandising and retailing field; essay as indicated in application; interview with HDCS faculty; academic merit; must attend the Merchandising Star Award luncheon to accept award.||2 awards @ $1,000 each|
|Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mullineaux Scholarship||Financial need, first generation; graduated from a greater Houston area high school.||2 awards @ $4,000 each|
|Charlie Nicholson Memorial||Construction Management major and ABC Student Chapter member.||1 award @ $1,100|
|William R. Schmidt Memorial Scholarship||Preference given to EPET majors; FT undergraduate; in good academic standing.||1 award @ $1,000|
|Paul G. Smith, Jr. Scholarship Endowment||Leadership and financial need; full-time undergraduate or graduate student.||Multiple awards totaling $7,500|
|Vaughn Construction Scholarship||Construction Management major, preference for work experience in field, full-time undergraduate student, must have graduated from TX high school, completed 60 credit hours.||1 award @ $1,000|
|Mathew P. and Leslie Watford Verghese Endowed Scholarship||Leadership, full-time undergraduate or graduate student.||1 award @ $600|
|IMarEST Scholarship||Undergraduate or graduate Mechanical Engineering Technology; full- or part-time enrollment; minimum 2.5 GPA; preference for membership in student chapter of IMarEST.||2 awards @ $1,000 each|
The Technology Alumni Association announces the availability of several $1,000 scholarships to sophomores, juniors, or seniors who are enrolled in a minimum 12-hour course load and majoring in a degree from the University of Houston College of Technology.
The scholarship is a one-year award paid in two installments of $500 in both the fall and spring semesters. Recipients must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher at the University of Houston to receive the second installment of this award.
|Technology Alumni Association Scholarship||The alumni selection committee shall consider scholarship, leadership, extracurricular activities, community involvement and financial need in making their selections. There are no restrictions to applicants based on sex, race, nationality or country of origin. Applicants must be US citizens. Recipients of the award shall not forfeit other scholarships, grants or awards to which they are entitled.
The due date for applications is Tuesday, April 30.
|The University of Houston Foundation Women In Construction Scholarship Endowment||
A sophomore, junior or senior female majoring in Construction Management at UH. Must be a full-time student (enrolled in minimum 12 hours). Minimum GPA of 2.5. Submit no more than one page description of your academic and career goals.
The due date for applications is Monday, April 15. Applications should be submitted to the University of Houston Foundation.
|The University of Houston Foundation Bernard McIntyre Scholarship Endowment||
A senior, graduating from the College of Technology. Preference is for an international student not already receiving a scholarship from the college. Must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours. Must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.25. Submit no more than one page description of your academic and career goals and how this scholarship would be of financial assistance to you.
The due date for applications is Monday, May 6. Applications should be submitted to the University of Houston Foundation.
|National Retail Federation Foundation||
A sophomore or junior student majoring in Retailing and Consumer Science at UH. One RCS student will be selected and reviewed for approval by the NRFF. The scholarship award is $5,000 plus a stipend for travel costs to attend the Shop.org’s Annual Summit in Chicago September 30th- October 2, 2013. The scholarship recipient must attend the Summit.
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