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Scholarships in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences are competitive and based on academic merit. Students are automatically considered for CEPS awards, provided they have submitted the General Application in WyoScholarships, the UW Scholarship awarding platform:
Log into WyoScholarships
Click the "Sign In" button in the top right corner
Sign in with your UW Username and Password
Answer the three general application questions and click "Finish and Submit"
Most college scholarships do not require additional materials or applications. College scholarships are used to fulfill the UW Commitment or Brown & Gold Commitment.
All students admitted to the University of Wyoming by December 1 are considered automatically for scholarships for the next academic year.
Several off-campus organizations offer scholarship opportunities to UW students. The selection process is handled by the individual organizations. Application criteria and deadlines for these scholarships vary. As we receive information on new off-campus scholarship opportunities, we will post them on this page. Check back often for updates.
Longmont Community Foundation Scholarship
Deadline: February 28, 2024
Full-time Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate student
Department of Geology & Geophysics
Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
FAFSA on file, with unmet financial need
RMEL Foundation Scholarship
Deadline: February 9, 2024
Permanent U.S. resident
Intent to pursue a career in the electric energy industry
The University of Wyoming, College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is a proud partner of PLTW and offers scholarships for first-year students. Students who have completed relevant coursework within the PLTW curriculum with a grade of a C or higher at a certified PLTW high school are eligible for the scholarship. This is a one-time, $40 scholarship awarded to students upon declaring their enrollment at the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. For more information about
Project Lead the Way, please visit the Project Lead the Way website.