Civil & Environmental Engineering

CEE STEM Scholarships

Undergraduate STEM Scholarships

Personalized support for eight foundational courses (Gateway 8) during freshman and sophomore years

Selection based on merit and financial need

Selected incoming civil and environmental engineering  (CEE) freshmen to receive $8,500 in STEM scholarship

Renewable to $9,000 for the sophomore year on satisfactory performance

STEM Scholar Selection Criteria

  • Incoming freshman CEE major
  • Evidence of academic qualifications (e.g. 3.0 high school GPA, ACT score of 26 or higher)
  • Demonstration of financial need
  • Must be US citizen or permanent resident
  • Apply to Mizzou:
  • Apply for STEM scholarship:
  • Rolling applications, apply quickly for priority considerations

Graduate STEM Scholarships

Details to come

Scholarship awardees will join S-STEM scholars in civil engineering cohort and participate in Gateway 8 course support, student success seminars, MU Connect forum, CEE student clubs, workforce development activities, peer learning groups, and have the opportunity to participate in Smart, Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure research.

Funding provided by NSF S-STEM program.

For more information, email contacts below

Vellore S. Gopalaratnam
Professor of Civil Engineering  Principal Investigator

Sarah Orton
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
Director of Undergraduate Studies

Tojan Rahhal
Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence
College of Engineering

Civil Engineering Areas of Emphasis

  • Structural
  • Structural engineers analyze and design structures to ensure that they safely perform their purpose.
  • Geotechnical
  • Geotechnical engineering deals with the facilities that make up our infrastructure in, on, or made with earth materials.
  • Transportation
  • Transportation engineers develop facilities like highways, traffic signals, transit systems, airports and seaports.

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