TIDC strives to provide information to students to help them work toward their degrees and better prepare them for their future careers. This page provides information about some of the external scholarships and those available at TIDC member universities.
WTS International Strategic Partner Scholarship
|Scholarship Providing Organization:||WTS International|
|Number of Scholarships:||3|
|Application Due Date:||Friday, March 10, 2023|
|Scholarship Requirements:||Must be a female graduate or undergraduate student currently enrolled in a transportation-related field, such as transportation engineering, planning, finance, or logistics with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and plans to pursue a career in a transportation-related field.|
The University of Connecticut
UConn’s School of Engineering offers scholarships through CommunityForce. Using this software, students complete one on-line application to be matched to multiple scholarship opportunities. Scholarship applications must be submitted by March 1st at 11:30pm for consideration. For more information about UConn’s School of Engineering Scholarships, please visit https://undergrad.engr.uconn.edu/current-students-activities-organizations/scholarships.
The University of Maine
The College of Engineering at the University of Maine offers scholarships to students entering engineering and for students already enrolled in an engineering major. The College of Engineering encourages applications from first-year students and from continuing students who have a 3.0 or higher GPA. The scholarships are available each year in February and April. For more information about the University of Maine’s College of Engineering Scholarships, please visit https://engineering.umaine.edu/scholarships/.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell
UMass Lowell has more than 400 scholarship opportunities available to first-year and continuing students. Most scholarship applications are accepted between February and April of each year. For more information about scholarship opportunities at UMass Lowell, please visit https://uml.academicworks.com/.
The University of Rhode Island
URI offers a range of merit scholarships to students who have demonstrated academic success in a challenging college preparatory curriculum. All first-year students who are entering in the fall semester with complete applications by December 20, 2019, will be considered automatically for available URI scholarship awards. For eligibility requirements and more information about URI’s scholarship offerings, please visit https://web.uri.edu/admission/first-year/scholarships-and-honors/.
The University of Vermont
The University of Vermont provides a number of scholarships to first-year and continuing UVM students. Scholarships are awarded on a variety of factors, including academic achievement, talent, athletic ability, leadership, geographical location, field of study, and demonstrated financial need. More more information about the variety of scholarships available at UVM, please visit https://www.uvm.edu/studentfinancialservices/scholarships.
Western New England University
Western New England University offers merit scholarships and grants to full-time freshmen at the time of their acceptance into the University. WNE also awards need-based scholarships and grants based on financial need and previous academic achievement. Additional special scholarships (i.e. Women in Engineering