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Scholarships

University Scholarships

BYU offers a variety of scholarship opportunities. More information can be found here. The BYU Office of Graduate Studies offers funding including scholarships and assistantships to BYU graduate students.

College Scholarships

For information on scholarships and fellowships, visit the college student services website or contact them:
EB 246
801-422-4325
engtech-advisement@byu.edu

Department Scholarships

Thanks to generous donors, the CCE department awards tuition scholarships based on academic merit, financial need, and service to students pursuing a degree in Civil and Construction Engineering. Links to undergraduate and graduate scholarship application forms are made available on this webpage each January.


There are various scholarships opportunities from sources outside of BYU. To be directed to a number of these outside funding sources, select the titles below. Outside opportunities are updated frequently.

Other Scholarships

  • The Expanded Shale, Clay, and Slate Institute (ESCSI) is accepting applications for the John Ries Scholarship in Academic Year 2021-22 for undergraduate and graduate students in civil engineering or closely related majors.

    https://www.escsi.org/announcing-the-2021-22-john-ries-scholarship/

    Applications are accepted as self-nominations by undergraduate or graduate students in civil engineering or closely related majors who are enrolled in fall 2021 and will return to school for spring 2022. All applications shall be postmarked no later than October 31, 2021. Applications should include the following items:

    • The attached application form signed by the applicant (electronic signature is acceptable). This form is also available as a Google Form at https://forms.gle/As7UTxmfxNGLyBDr5;
    • A one-page statement of qualifications by student describing motivation in ESCS materials; academic and career goals related to ESCS applications; planned research- or practice-based projects involving ESCS materials; and/or the value of this scholarship to achieve goals or complete projects (letter-size, single-spaced, 1” margin, font size 12, doc or pdf);
    • Unofficial transcripts indicating the current GPA of 2.75 or higher (pdf);

    4. A confidential letter of recommendation by a faculty; signed, dated, and sealed; or sent directly via email by the faculty with the subject “John Ries Scholarship.”

    Please send completed application and attachments, as well as any questions to the following address and mention “John Ries Scholarship” in the subject line of emails or back of mail packages:

    Expanded Shale, Clay and Slate Institute
    35 East Wacker Dr., Suite 850; Chicago, IL 60601
    info@escsi.org

  • The WTS Southwest Idaho chapter is once again offering scholarships for deserving recipients pursuing graduate and undergraduate studies in a transportation related field. WTS fosters the development of women in the transportation field by encouraging bright new professionals to undertake careers in the area of transportation. One way it does this is by awarding scholarships to women pursuing graduate and undergraduate studies in transportation or a related field.

  • The WTS Southwest Idaho chapter is once again offering scholarships for deserving recipients pursuing graduate and undergraduate studies in a transportation related field. WTS fosters the development of women in the transportation field by encouraging bright new professionals to undertake careers in the area of transportation. One way it does this is by awarding scholarships to women pursuing graduate and undergraduate studies in transportation or a related field.