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Grove School of Engineering
Student Research and Scholarship Center (OSRS)
Dr. Yuying Gosser, Director

Marshak, MR-1102
Convent Avenue @ W. 138th Street
New York NY 10031
P | 212.650.8870
E | ygosser@ccny.cuny.edu



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Special Scholarship Programs

GSOE Scholarships for Current Students

Please visit the GSOE Scholarship Information Page for updated scholarship opportunities and the eligibility, requirements, and how to apply.

GSOE Scholarships for Incoming Freshman

Mini-Circuits Scholarship
The Mini-Circuits Scholarship is founded by Mr. Harvey Kaylie, an alumnus of CCNY School of Engineering and the founder of Mini-Circuits, Inc., a global leader in designing, manufacturing, and distributing RF and Microwave signal processing components. The Mini-Circuits Scholarship is intended to help economically disadvantaged, gifted and talented students attend the City College to pursue their engineering career.


The Mini-Circuits Scholarship provides the following benefits:

  • $10,000 per year for five years to support academic study including 20% time dedicated to research
  • Privilege to engage in faculty-mentored research to develop hands-on experience and practical knowledge
  • Individualized advising and counseling for career development
  • Special guidance in preparation for post-graduate study with fellowship
  • Opportunities for paid summer internship in the Mini-Circuits, Inc.

Grove Scholarship
The Grove Scholarship is founded by Dr. Andrew Grove, the founder of Intel Corporation, who graduated in 1960 from the Chemical Engineering Department, and earned a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of California, Berkeley in 1963. He has provided a generous endowment to the Grove School of Engineering and he enthusiastically supports undergraduate students participating in research.

The Grove Scholarship provides the following benefits:

  • $5,000 per year for five years to support academic study including 20% time dedicated to research
  • Privilege to engage in faculty-mentored research to develop hands-on experience and practical knowledge
  • Individualized advising and counseling for career development
  • Special guidance in preparation for post-graduate study with fellowship

Students who are interested in the following engineering disciplines and who would like to pursue a career in engineering or research are encouraged to apply:

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Eligibility

Please note that a strong preference will be given to students who intend to pursue graduate studies in the Engineering fields. Applicants must be graduating high school seniors with:

  • A minimum of 1250 combined total (Math and English) SAT or equivalent
  • High School Average of 85 or higher
  • 4 years of Mathematics and 3 years science including 1 year of Physics and 1 year of Chemistry
  • Record of extracurricular activities and/or a commitment to community service

Women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Step1: Complete the regular online application for CCNY in CUNY system.

Step2: Download the "Supplementary material for engineering admission" and complete the form following the instruction.

Step3: Complete the CCNY scholarship online application and at the beginning of the "Personal Statement" specify the scholarship you apply.

Contact Director: Dr. Yuying Gosser with any questions.

 

 

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