Recipients of this scholarship shall be registered for a minimum of 12 hours (full-time equivalent) and be majoring in the field of engineering (e.g., industrial, construction).
While selection shall be based on a student’s ability to succeed in the demanding field of engineering, additional consideration may also be given to students who are either employees, children or grandchildren of employees or retirees of a company within the American Electric Power Company System (e.g., Southwestern Electric Power Company, Public Service Company of Oklahoma or AEP Texas) that wish to pursue engineering as a career.
The Engineering & Technology department is encouraged to use this scholarship as a recruitment tool in an effort to attract students who would not normally attend the university.
This scholarship should not be awarded in a student’s last semester of attendance at the university.
Past recipients of this award may reapply for the scholarship again in subsequent years as long as the student remains in good standing with the university.
Academic performance, department involvement, commitment level to the degree program, and the number of registered hours will be considered in the selection of qualified candidates.
Recipient’s name can be published as a scholarship recipient.
Failure to meet the requirements of this scholarship may cause scholarships to be revoked.
This scholarship may entitle an out of state resident to the Non-Resident Tuition Exemption as outlined by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Policy on Non-Resident Tuition Exemption for Competitive Scholarship Recipients.
Engineering & Technology
Please attach proof that you are either an employee, a child or grandchild of an employee or retiree of a company within the American Electric Power Company System (e.g., Southwestern Electric Power Company, Public Service Company of Oklahoma or AEP Texas) that wish to pursue engineering as a career.