Fred and Bernadine Keller Engineering Diversity Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide financial support to minority students who show a strong desire to pursue a career in the field of engineering.
- Entering freshmen and transfer students must complete application for admission by February 1 and be accepted by GVSU
- Must be enrolled with full-time status as pre-engineering or declared engineering degree-seeking student in the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing, School of Engineering
- Must possess a strong desire to pursue an education in engineering. Experience in the field via an internship, co-op, or other work related experience is preferred and the recipient must demonstrate academic potential for success in the engineering program
- Entering freshmen must have completed at least 6 units of high school mathematics and science courses
- Candidates must also demonstrate financial need as determined by filing the FAFSA
This fund is in compliance with Prop 2-06 because it was established prior to its passing in 2006. At the donors wishes this fund will continue making awards as originally intended, and in return no new gifts to the fund can be accepted.
- Bernedine Keller
- Padnos College of Engineering, Padnos College of Engineering & Computing
- Supplemental Questions
- Please list the date you were accepted for admission to Grand Valley State University.
- Please list all mathematics and science classes taken in high school (grades 9 – 12).
- Attach a typed essay written about yourself and your interest in engineering. Refer to the description of the scholarship for specific topics to be addressed in your essay. Help the Engineering Scholarship Committee understand your uniqueness and see you as a person, as a student, and as a future member of the engineering profession. To accomplish this, it would be best if you wrote in the first person. Remember that the Committee will read many essays, and you must make them understand why you should receive a scholarship. Your essay will weigh heavily in their decision.