Ron Crockett Scholarship Fund
Industrial and Systems Engineering regularly grants tuition awards to top incoming undergraduate students from the Ron Crockett Scholarship Fund. Established in 1992, the Crockett Scholarship fund has assisted numerous Industrial Engineering undergraduate students in funding their education. In addition to his generous gift to Industrial Engineering, Ron Crockett has also been a strong supporter of other programs at the University of Washington. In 1997, he was bestowed the prestigious UW Recognition Award.
Past Crockett Scholarship Recipients Include:
Roll Jean Cheng
Hoi Kiu Ho
College of Engineering Departmental Scholarship
Students already admitted or planning to apply to Industrial Engineering may compete for a limited number of departmental scholarships, sponsored by the College of Engineering.
In order to be eligible for a scholarship, students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credits per quarter during the academic year. A copy of your unofficial transcripts must be submitted with your application. Students entering the University from high school should submit their high school transcripts as well as any college-level transcripts showing courses completed while in high school (e.g. Running Start). Current UW students or students transferring from another college need only submit their college-level transcripts, from all institutions attended.
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