SME Scholarships


EUT/University of Dayton (UD) Transfer
  • 2 years at Sinclair + 2 years at UD = Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Computer Science.
  • Students are competitively selected.
  • Award is contingent upon completion of Sinclair's EUT program, or one of the other listed programs, with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0.
  • One-third tuition scholarship for junior and senior year at UD.
  • Scholarship recipients must maintain a qualifying cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in an engineering or computer science major at UD.

It is recommended that you speak with a University of Dayton advisor to discuss courses and the scholarship requirements.

For additional information, please contact:

Sinclair Community College
Eric Dunn
EUT Program Coordinator
eric.dunn@sinclair.edu
Phone: 937-512-2721
Location: Building 6, Room 6112

University of Dayton
Scott Segalewitz
Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and Student Success
School of Engineering
Phone: 937-229-2736


EUT/Wright State University (WSU) - Engineering and Computer Science Transfer Scholarship
  • 2 years at Sinclair + 2 years at WSU = Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Computer Science.
  • Students enrolled in either the Engineering University Transfer (EUT) program or the Computer Information Systems (CIS)/Software Development program at Sinclair Community College may apply for this scholarship.
  • Students are competitively selected.
  • $3,000 per year for full-time students; $1,500 per year for part-time students (6-11 semester hours) junior and senior year at WSU.
  • Award is contingent upon completion of Sinclair's EUT program with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in an engineering or computer science major at WSU.

Eligible Programs:

  • Complete one of the following associate degree programs at Sinclair Community College with a cumulative CPA of at least 3.0:
    • Engineering University Transfer (EUT)
    • Computer Information Systems (CIS)
    • Computer Information Systems (CIS) / Software Development
    • Associate of Science in Liberal Arts (*)
    • Associate of Technical Studies (Computer Information Systems) (*)
      • (*) Note: Students graduating with either the Associate of Science in Liberal Arts or the Associate of Technical Studies (Computer Information Systems) must be pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science at Wright State University.

Apply at www.wright.edu/undergraduate-admissions/apply at least 3 months prior to the start of the term.

Complete the online scholarship application at www.cecs.wright.edu/sinclairscholarship.

It is recommended that you speak with a WSU College of Engineering and Computer Science advisor to discuss courses and the scholarship requirements. Please call 937-775-5272 to set up an appointment.

For additional information, please contact:

Sinclair Community College
Eric Dunn
EUT Program Coordinator
eric.dunn@sinclair.edu
Phone: 937-512-2721
Location: Building 6, Room 6112

Wright State University
Ann Wright
Enrollment Advisor
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Phone: 937-775-5272


Science and Mathematics / Wright State University Transfer Scholarship

Application Process:
Students enrolled at Sinclair Community College with the intent to enroll in a program within the College of Science and Mathematics and Wright State University may apply for this scholarship. The scholarship totals $2,500 renewable for a total of two academic years at Wright State University.

Students must:

  • Complete an Associate's Degree with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and completion of one college Algebra course with a grade of C or better.
  • Apply and be accepted to Wright State University. It is recommended to apply at www.wright.edu/undergraduate-admissions/apply at least 3 months prior to the start of the term.
  • Submit their final transcript no later than the end of their first term at WSU.
  • Complete the college scholarship applications available in the dean's Student Services office, 106 Oelman Hall and return it to the attention of Joyce Howes.

Scholarship recipients must:

  • Maintain full-time status, which is at least 12 credit hours, at Wright State University
  • Maintain a qualifying cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 in a science and mathematics discipline at Wright State University.


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