The Grove School of Engineering offers major scholarships to incoming students with outstanding academic and co-curricular records. While The Office of Student Development will assist students with their general scholarship search and preparation for scholarship activities including student representation at scholarship functions and the selection of students for honors/leadership/community service awards, all Grove School of Engineering students including graduate students who are seeking scholarships, grants and financial aid should contact the Grove School of Engineering's Student Research and Scholarship Center
The Office of Student Development will continue to nominate and review applications for internal scholarships and awards because of its historic legacy with GSoE scholarship programs and its fundamental role as the core student affairs unit of the Grove School of Engineering. The Director of the Office of Student Development is a member of the Grove School of Engineering Faculty Scholarship Committee.
Special scholarships/awards that the Office of Student Development administers and/or is the liaison for the Grove School of Engineering as a result of OSD's direct partnerships with sponsoring agencies are:
* NACME Scholarship Program
* NYC Post SAME Scholarships
* Merck Fellowships
* GEM Fellowships
* Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges
Information regarding these scholarships/awards should be directed to the Office of Student Development.
HONORS, ORDER OF THE ENGINEER RING AND GRADUATION CEREMONIES
OSD also coordinates the Grove School's honors ceremony for Dean's List recipients and its graduation ceremony in partnership with other key staff from other offices within the Grove School including its Order of The Engineer and Ring Ceremony. OSD is also responsible for working with department chairs in their selection of the Grove's Alumni Medal winners (for top graduate in each academic department) and the GSoE valedictorian.
Prominent engineering alumni who served as Presidents of the GSoE Engineering Alumni Association (left to right: Presidents Adler, Schwartz, and Plotkin) officiates at the Order of the Engineer Ring Ceremony (2011).