EGL & Tauber Institute Scholarships
EGL Endowed Scholarship
Dhillon-Randhawa Family Educational Scholarship Fund for EGL
The Dhillon-Randhawa Family Educational Scholarship Fund was established in 2009 to provide a scholarship award each year to one current EGL student. Recipients are selected based on academic excellence, demonstrated leadership and financial need.
- Selection criteria: Recipients are selected based on academic excellence, demonstrated leadership and financial need.
- Application deadline: June 1st
- Award amount: Up to $3,000
- Who should apply? Current EGL undergraduate students
- How do I apply? Complete the CoE Need-Based and Merit-Based Online Application at the end of Winter term. To access the online application, visit http://scholarships.engin.umich.edu/current-students/ and scroll down to the College of Engineering Needs- and Merit-Based Scholarships section. In order to be considered, applicants must include “EGL” when asked to indicate student group or team membership.
About the Dhillon-Randhawa Family Educational Scholarship Fund:
List of Past Recipients:
Tauber Institute Awards
EGL Capstone Scholarship
- All EGL students, upon completing of their Tauber capstone project, are eligible to receive a $1,000 award from the Tauber Institute for Global Operations.
Tauber Leadership Awards and Alumni Scholarship
- Students who take a leadership role in the Tauber Institute may qualify for additional financial awards. EGL students are encouraged to contact the Tauber Institute for more information about these awards.
- Application for the Tauber Institute Alumni Board annual Alumni Scholarship are typically accepted in mid-August. Contact the Tauber Institute or EGL advisor for more information.
Additional Scholarship & Funding Resources for EGL Students
- College of Engineering Scholarships:
As current students, EGL students are eligible to apply for several scholarships through the U-M College of Engineering.
- Major National Scholarships:
We encourage all eligible Honors students to apply for major nationally-competitive scholarship awards as well as general scholarships for both undergraduate and graduate study.
- Funding for Graduate Students:
The College of Engineering provides a web resource for seeking funding to support the Masters degree.