- LSSU Scholarship applications must be postmarked by February 12 to be considered for the following academic year.
Application deadline has been extended - applications must be postmarked by Feb. 19.
- Please note that non-LSSU scholarships may have a different application deadline.
- Remember: If you fit the critera, send in an application! Many scholarships go unawarded due to lack of applicants.
AES Engineers Scholarship
Looking for a scholarship based on character instead of GPA? AES Engineering awards a $500 scholarship each year to the winner of an essay competition.
Submit an essay on one of the two topics that appear on the scholarship web page: Click here to see details on LSSU's Financial Aid "private scholarships" page.
Andersen Family Engineering Scholarship
$1, 200; Nonrenewable, 1 per year
The purpose of this scholarship is to benefit a student(s) in any engineering-related course of study at Lake Superior State University. The named endowment is established by Mr. Robert G. Andersen, a retired engineering supervisor from Continental (Teves) Automotive Systems.
Bob has been a long-time supporter of LSSU's engineering and engineering technology programs serving as a senior project sponsor for more than seven years, and providing cooperative and employment opportunities for our students and grads. He received honorary "alumni status" from the department and received the Dr. Donald and Catherine Finlayson Distinguished Citizen Award, the highest award reserved for friends of LSSU.
Successful candidates are as follows:
- May be an incoming freshman or returning student meeting the university general entrance requirements
- Must be a student majoring in any engineering-related course of study
- Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Financial need may be considered
- This is a non-renewable award - however, previous recipients may be considered
ADD Software LLC Scholarship
$500; Non-renewable, 3 per year
ADD Software LLC of Auburn Hills, Mich. is the sponsor of this scholarship that seeks to encourage the study of robotics within the electrical and computer engineering programs.