The Engineering and Technology Management Program Scholarship is designed to help current METM students complete their studies in the face of financial hardships. Unemployment, loss of employer educational support, and/or major family medical expenses are some examples of challenges METM students have faced during their studies. This scholarship is funded in part by the Wendell J. Satre Endowment and other ETM Development Funds.
The ETM scholarship provides student tuition assistance for E_M courses, up to 12 credits over one year (August through July). Awardees must maintain good academic standing. The scholarship cannot be used toward E_M 701.
- Must be METM degree program student
- No dual/concurrent enrollment
- 12 WSU E_M course credits completed, (non-transferred) prior to receiving the award
- Eligible for enrollment
- GPA 3.5 or greater
- Program of Study on record
Interested students must submit an application online. Applicants are required to submit a statement of need describing their financial hardship and their plan for completing their degree.
If evidence of the financial hardship is submitted in support of the application, the applicant should remove/black-out any confidential/sensitive/private information (SSN, DOB, account numbers, health/medical information, etc.).
The application deadline will be April 1st. Award notification(s) will be made by April 30th.
Questions should be directed to email@example.com with a subject line of ETM Scholarship.
Sources: Spokesman Review, A history of the Washington Water Power Company, Catch the Vision: A Biography of Wendell Satre.
The ETM program is pleased to announce the 2021 ETM scholarship recipients.