Thomas and Joyce Wisner Engineering Scholarship

The Thomas and Joyce Wisner Engineering Scholarship was established to provide maximum impact in the field of engineering today and in the future.

1. Nontraditional Students: Candidates and/or recipients, as applicable, for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
• Candidates and recipients will be “nontraditional” students who are returning students, or students who are “retooling” and pursuing a second degree, or those who interrupted their education before completing a degree and are at least 24 years of age.
• Candidates must have applied to and be accepted by Grand Valley State University for enrollment in the subsequent academic year.
• Recipients must be enrolled with full-time or part-time status as a pre-engineering or declared engineering degree-seeking student in the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing.
• Extra consideration will be given to scholarship candidates who have financial need. For financial need to be considered, candidates must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.

2. First Generation Students: Candidates and/or recipients, as applicable, for this scholarship must meet the following criteria:
• Must be the first person in his or her immediate family to pursue a college degree (neither parent/guardian(s) has a four-year degree).
• Candidates must have applied to and be accepted by Grand Valley State University for enrollment.
• Recipients must be enrolled with full-time status as a pre-engineering or declared engineering degree-seeking student

Renewal Information: This scholarship will be automatically renewed provided the applicant continues to meet satisfactory academic progress in the School of Engineering.

Donor
Tom and Joyce Wisner
Award
Varies
Scopes
Padnos College of Engineering, Padnos College of Engineering & Computing
Deadline
03/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Are you a "nontraditional" student who is returning or "retooling" and pursuing a second degree, or someone who interrupted your education before completing a degree and are at least 24 years old?
  2. Are you the first person in your immediate family to pursue a college degree (neither parent/guardian(s) has a four-year degree)?