The resources below contain information about A. James Clark School of Engineering scholarship opportunities for prospective and current undergraduate and graduate engineering students.

Students are also highly encouraged to visit the Office of Student Financial Aid's website to learn more about financial aid and the university's cost of attendance. The Office of Student Financial Aid recommends that all students complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually by the university's priority deadline. Due to the FAFSA delay, our 2024-25 FAFSA filing priority deadline is now April 1, 2024. We encourage you to complete the 2024-25 FAFSA as soon as possible.

Scholarships available for undergraduate engineering students fall under several categories. Some require an application for consideration.

Clark Foundation Scholarship Programs
Three scholarship programs funded by the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation:  the A. James Clark Scholars Program, the Clark Opportunity Transfer Scholars Program, and the Clark Legacy Scholarships. No application is required; early action admitted engineering students are automatically considered for eligibility.

Clark School Scholarships
Current and incoming engineering students must complete the Clark School's online scholarships application by May 31st for best consideration. Log in to to complete your application and visit the Office of Student Financial Aid's "Scholarship Search" website for more information. 

University's Scholarships Database
Learn more about college-wide, departmental, and outside scholarships by searching our scholarships database and other compiled links. 

Emergency Funding & Basic Needs Resources
If you are experiencing hardships related to expenses for items such as food or housing, visit this page to learn more about the resources available to University of Maryland students.

Clark Doctoral Fellows
The Clark Doctoral Fellows Program supports 30 first-year doctoral students each year as an impetus for research in strategic and vital areas

Graduate Internship, Fellowship, and Scholarship Programs
This page includes internal and external funding resources for graduate students

Emergency Funding & Basic Needs Resources
If you are experiencing hardships related to paying for food or housing, visit this page to learn more about the resources available to current University of Maryland students

Undergraduate Engineering Students

Clark School Scholarships Application
Dr. Nicole Roop, Program Director

Clark Foundation Scholarship Programs
Mr. Damien J. Franze, Associate Director for the Clark Foundation Scholarship Programs

Graduate Engineering Students

Clark Doctoral Fellows
Dr. Nicholas Slaughter, Coordinator for Graduate Affairs