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Cynthia (CC) DuBois

Biography

Cynthia (CC) DuBois received her doctorate in Human Development and Social Policy. She strives to conduct policy-relevant research in the field of labor economics that is significant and innovative, informed by multiple disciplines, and addresses timely and socially relevant issues. Her current research employs econometric methods to draw causal conclusions regarding the impact of race-based affirmative action policies on hiring outcomes. Her dissertation focuses on measuring the impact of "soft" and "hard" affirmative action policies. "Hard" affirmative action policies mandate the direct consideration of minority status during the hiring process, while "soft" affirmative action policies are designed to change the composition of the candidate pool, rather than the criteria used during hiring. CC received a bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University and a master's in public policy from the University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy.

Curriculum Vitae

View Cynthia (CC) DuBois's CV.

Websites

Tell Me Something I Don't Know - Rivalry
The Efficacy of the Rooney Rule

Awards/Honors

  • 2016 - Northwestern University Presidential Fellowship
  • 2013 - Institute for Policy Research Graduate Research Fellowship
  • 2008 - Harris School of Public Policy Dean's Scholarship
  • 2007 - USA Today All-USA Academic First Team
  • 2007 - June Martin and Walter Rudd Outstanding Honors Thesis Award
  • 2006 - Harry S. Truman Scholarship
  • 2006 - Louisiana State University Outstanding Junior
  • 2005 - Louisiana State University Outstanding Sophomore

Research/Scholarship

Education

YearDegreeInstitution
2010 MPP The Irving B. Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago
2007 BA Louisiana State University

Selected Publications

DuBois, Cynthia; Schanzenbach, Diane (December, 2017). Is it Time for a 'Rooney Rule' for Teachers?.Brookings.

DuBois, Cynthia (April, 2017). The Impact of the Rooney Rule: Far Beyond the NFL.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

DuBois, Cynthia (March, 2017). What The NFL Can Teach Congress About Hiring More Diverse Staffs.FiveThirtyEight.

DuBois, Cynthia (June, 2016). "Soft" Affirmative Action in the National Football League.OUPblog.

DuBois, Cynthia (2016). The Impact of "Soft" Affirmative Action Policies on Minority Hiring in Executive Leadership: The Case of the NFL's Rooney Rule.American Law and Economics Review: 208-233.
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Research Interests

Labor Economics, Economics of Inequality and Discrimination, Economics of Education, Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Design, Program/Policy Evaluation


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Office of Enrollment Management: Financial Aid and Scholarships
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LSU awards scholarships in the form of cash awards, full tuition and nonresident fee exemptions, room and board, and employment opportunities to students who meet certain academic qualifications.

The scholarships listed for entering freshmen are awarded mainly on the basis of standardized test scores (ACT/SAT) and high school record.

In addition to the scholarship programs, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships administers a number of federally funded and state funded financial aid programs. The total amount of funding disbursed annually through these programs is approximately $200 million.

LSU Scholarships Available to Entering Freshmen

Most awards listed below are valid for one year of undergraduate study. Each may be renewed annually as long as the recipient meets academic requirements. The maximum term of the award is four years or until the recipient receives an undergraduate degree, whichever occurs first.

Louisiana residents selected for the scholarships listed below will likely qualify for tuition assistance and cash stipends through the state’s TOPS program. See the section titled “Louisiana’s Tuition Opportunity Program for Students, (TOPS).”

Application Procedure

The LSU “Application for Undergraduate Admissions” is an automatic application for entering freshmen scholarships. The online application must be postmarked along with an official high school transcript, standardized test scores, and all other required information to the Office of Enrollment Management, Pleasant Hall, LSU, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803-2802. The priority date for full consideration for LSU’s scholarship programs is November 15.

Notification of scholarship recipients normally begins in December. Students are considered based on a six-semester transcript once they have been admitted to the university. To be guaranteed consideration, standardized test scores must be received by November 15.

Entering Freshman Nonresident Scholarship Programs

University Scholarship Programs

Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars

Criteria: The top 10 entering freshmen (including both residents and nonresidents) will be awarded this scholarship. To be considered, a student must have a minimum ACT of 33 or critical reading and math SAT of 1440 with a computed, six-semester high school GPA of at least a 3.0. To be considered for this award, a student must have an official ACT or SAT writing score on file with LSU and meet the November 15 priority consideration deadline.

Award: Nonresident students receive $2,000 per year, tuition exemption, nonresident fee exemption, on-campus room and board scholarship, a one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend and the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Alumni Association’s Global Leaders

Criteria: The top 50 entering freshmen (including both residents and nonresidents not selected as Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars) based on ACT/SAT scores and a computed, six-semester high school GPA of at least a 3.0. To be considered for this award, a student must have an official ACT or SAT writing score on file with LSU and meet the November 15 priority consideration deadline.

Award: A one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend and the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program. This award is in addition to the cash scholarship awarded to the student through the Flagship Scholars Award, LSU Academic Scholars Award, or the Tiger Excellence Scholars Award.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Distinguished Freshman Award

Criteria: College-sponsored National Merit Finalist who indicates LSU as their first-choice institution

Award: $750 to $2,000 per year based on financial need and the opportunity to earn up to $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program. This scholarship is in addition to the student’s merit scholarship offer through Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars, LSU Alumni Association’s Global Leaders, Flagship Scholars Award, LSU Academic Scholars Award, or the Tiger Excellence Scholars Award.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

Flagship Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 33 to 36 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1440 to 1600 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA (not selected as a Chancellor’s Alumni Scholar)

Award: $13,000 per year plus the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1550 by participating in the Chancellor’s Student Aide Program

The Chancellor’s Student Aide Program provides an opportunity for students to work in one of our many departments. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Academic Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 30 to 32 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1330 to 1430 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA

Award: $10,000 per year plus the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 by participating in the Chancellor’s Student Aide Program The Chancellor’s Student Aide Program provides an opportunity for students to work in one of our many departments. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

Tiger Excellence Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 28 to 29 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1250 to 1320 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA

Award: $5,000 per year

Scholarships for Louisiana Students

The Pelican Promise Award

LSU is committed to institutional access and affordability for students of all socioeconomic levels. The Pelican Promise Award program is designed to attract and support Louisiana students who are economically disadvantaged and academically qualified.

To qualify, students must be eligible for admission to the university, must be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant, and must have a family income equal to or lesser than 150 percent of the poverty level.

Eligibility for the Pelican Promise will be determined once the student has completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and applied for all federal, state, and LSU resources. Please note that a FAFSA must be completed each year to renew eligibility for the Pelican Promise Award. This award exempts students from the payment of tuition and the registration fee.

Entering Freshman Resident Scholarship Programs

University Scholarship Programs

Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars

Criteria: The top 10 entering freshmen (including both residents and nonresidents) will be awarded this scholarship. To be considered, a student must have a minimum ACT of 33 or critical reading and math SAT of 1440 with a computed, six-semester high school GPA of at least a 3.0. To be considered for this award, a student must have an official ACT or SAT writing score on file with LSU and meet the November 15 priority consideration deadline.

Award: Resident students receive a tuition exemption, on-campus room and board scholarship, a one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend and the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Alumni Association’s Global Leaders

Criteria: This award will be given to the top 50 entering freshmen (including both residents and nonresidents not selected as Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars) based on ACT/SAT scores and a computed, six-semester high school GPA of at least a 3.0. To be considered for this award, a student must have an official ACT or SAT writing score on file with LSU.

Award: A one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend and the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program. This award is in addition to the cash scholarship awarded to the student through the Flagship Scholars Award, LSU Academic Scholars Award, or the Tiger Excellence Scholars Award and meet the November 15 priority consideration deadline.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Distinguished Freshman Award

Criteria: College-sponsored National Merit Finalist who indicates LSU as their first-choice institution

Award: $750 to $2,000 per year based on financial need and the opportunity to earn up to $1,550 per year by participating in the Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program. This scholarship is in addition to the student’s merit scholarship offer through Chancellor’s Alumni Scholars, LSU Alumni Association’s Global Leaders, Flagship Scholars Award, LSU Academic Scholars Award, or the Tiger Excellence Scholars Award.

The Chancellor’s Future Leaders in Research Program offers a unique opportunity for students to conduct research early in their college career. Students are partnered with a faculty member in the field of their choice to work side-by-side in a research setting learning what a career in their chosen field may be like. As a member of the research team, students receive guidance and support to expand their knowledge and skill. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

Flagship Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 33 to 36 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1440 to 1600 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA (not selected as a Chancellor’s Alumni Scholar)

Award: $2,000 per year plus the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1,550 by participating in the Chancellor’s Student Aide Program

The Chancellor’s Student Aide Program provides an opportunity for students to work in one of our many departments. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

LSU Academic Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 30 to 32 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1330 to 1430 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA

Award: $1,500 per year plus the opportunity to earn up to an additional $1550 by participating in the Chancellor’s Student Aide Program

The Chancellor’s Student Aide Program provides an opportunity for students to work in one of our many departments. Students participating in this program can work up to 20 hours per week to earn up to $1,550 per year. The student is paid an hourly wage and paychecks are sent bi-weekly.

Tiger Excellence Scholars Award

Criteria: ACT score of 28 to 29 or a critical reading and math SAT score of 1250 to 1320 AND a 3.0 cumulative computed, six semester high school GPA

Award: $1,000 per year

TOPS—Louisiana’s Tuition Opportunity Program for Students

Louisiana residents meeting certain eligibility requirements will qualify for tuition assistance and, in some cases, cash stipends through this state-funded program. TOPS has three components: (1) the Opportunity Award provides tuition assistance for four years; (2) the Performance Award provides tuition assistance and a $400 per year cash stipend for four years; and (3) the Honors Award provides tuition assistance and a cash stipend of $800 per year for four years. Each of these components has certain ACT score and GPA requirements; in addition, all TOPS awards require 17.5 units of specified high school course work.

To apply for TOPS awards, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which corresponds to the year in which the student plans to enroll, must be submitted by the deadline published in the FAFSA.

More detailed information on these pro-grams may be obtained from the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance, Scholarship Division, P. O. Box 91202, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70821-9202 or by visiting their website at www.osfa.state.la.us.

Louisiana Go Grant

The Louisiana Go Grant is a need-based award program administered by the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance. The application for the Louisiana Go Grant is the FAFSA which must be completed each academic year for evaluation of renewal eligibility.

To be eligible to receive the Louisiana Go Grant, the following criteria must be met:

  • Louisiana resident as defined by the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance
  • Students must be admitted and enrolled as a certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate student at a Louisiana public or private college or university: (1) as a first-time freshman or (2) aged 25 or older and not having enrolled in a college or university in credit bearing courses for at least one year
  • Demonstration of financial need based on information reported on the FAFSA

Award amounts for the Louisiana Go Grant are $2,000 for students enrolled full-time, $1,000 for students enrolled less than full-time, and $500 for students enrolled less than half-time.

For additional information about the Louisiana Go Grant, contact the Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance at 1-800-259-5626, ext. 1012, or visit the website at www.osfa.state.la.us.

Other LSU Scholarships and Awards

There are two types of scholarships listed below—those restricted to students according to their major or college and those that are open to all students regardless of their major or college. Most scholarships are restricted to full-time students.

All other applications, when required, may be obtained from the department or college listed in the description of the scholarship.

The description of each scholarship follows the same format: title; number given and annual amount of each, e.g., “(2:$300)” means that two scholarships are awarded per year at $300 each; any criteria or restrictions; and the group that determines which students will receive the scholarship. The following abbreviations are used in the scholarship descriptions:

FRfreshman
SOsophomore
JRjunior
SRsenior
UGundergraduate
GRgraduate student
LALouisiana
yryear
GPAgrade point average
SA&S ComStud. Aid & Schol. Com.
EBREast Baton Rouge Parish

Scholarships and Awards Restricted to a Particular Field of Study

Students interested in applying for the following scholarships and awards should check with the individual colleges for up-to-date information concerning amounts and requirements. Those scholarships and awards marked with one asterisk (*) are funded through the LSU Foundation. Those marked with two asterisks (**) are sponsored by the LSU Alumni Association.

College of Agriculture

Agriculture Development Council Scholarship Full-time UG student in the Col. of Agr.; FR must have a 2.5; SO, JR, and SR must have a 2.75. Preference given to students with financial need.

Air Force ROTC Scholarship Four-year scholarship for entering FR desiring a career as military officer; two- and three-year programs available for qualified SO/JR/SR; see ROTC for details.

Army ROTC Scholarship Four-year scholarship for entering FR desiring to serve as Army officers; two- and three-year on-campus scholarships available for students attending LSU; see ROTC or Dept. of Military Science for details.

E. M. Barham Memorial Scholarship Entering FR in RNR with specific focus on conservation, development, & management of nat. res.; with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; leadership abilities and citizenship will be considered; preference given to LA residents.

BASF Endowed Scholarship Student if Col of Agr.; FR minimum 2.50 GPA to retain for second semester; SP, JR, Sr 2.50 minimum GPA to obtain. Preference given to African American applicants.

Lee Berwick Working Student Scholarship Full-time undergraduate in the Col. of Agr.; 2.00 H.S. GPA and minimum 2.00 college GPA; recipients must work 100 hrs. per sem. during the time they receive the award; preference given to residents of LA or to a child or grandchild of a LA resident, or to a student whose parent(s) are LSU alumni; students of TX, AR, and MS may be considered; preference to students who show financial need.

Jules P. Bordelon Memorial Scholarship Fund Full-time UG in Col. of Agr; SO, JR, SR or transfer regularly admitted; graduates of LA School for the Agricultural Sciences; or residents of Avoyelles Parish.

Ralph Brown Endowed Scholarship Full-time UG student in Col. of Agr. pursuing a major in horticulture; preference to LA resident; FR who qualify for TOPS or transfer or continuing students with 2.75 GPA eligible.

Capital Bank & Trust Agricultural Scholarship Full-time upperclassman enrolled in the Col. of Agr.; ag. bus. major; 3.0 LSU overall GPA LA resident with a strong interest in the banking profession and a desire to enter that field upon graduation; financial need.

Dean Mason C. Carter Scholarship Full-time student in Col. of Agr.

C. W. Causey Scholarship in the College of Agriculture Full-time UG student in Col of AG pursuing a degree in ag. econ; agricbus., animal or poultry sci., renewable nat. res., or human res. educ.; minimum 2.50 HS GPA; resident of Claiborne, Lincoln, Morehouse, Ouachita, or Union parishes; selection based upon financial aid, leadership, character, citizenship, potential contribution to community.

Century Club Scholarship Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite.

Chancellor’s Golf Classic Scholarship SO, JR, or SR in good standing with a 2.50 GPA; must have an expressed interest in a Col. of Agr. major.

Charles Stewart Churchill Memorial Scholarship Outstanding upperclass student in the Col. of Agr. with an LSU cumulative average of at least 3.0; applicants must be recommended by the heads of their departments.

College of Agriculture Alumni Association Scholarship Full-time UG student at LSU enrolled in the Col. of Agr.; FR who are regularly admitted to the univ. and continuing or transfer students with a college GPA of 2.75.

College of Agriculture Phon-A-Thon Scholarship Full-time UG student in the Col. of Agr. with a 2.75 GPA; FR who qualifies for TOPS scholarship program and transfer students with a college GPA of 2.75.

Horace J. Davis Scholarship Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr.; minimum 2.50 GPA in order to obtain; may be retained for future years; preference given to students with financial need.

Mary Owens Day Memorial Scholarship Full-time undergraduate in the Col. of Agr.; FR who is regularly admitted to the univ. and continuing or transfer students with a 2.50 GPA.

Deep South Scholarship Award Full-time entering FR. Must be an LA resident and have graduated from an LA high school.

First South Farm Credit Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr. Financial need should be a consideration.

Sibyl and Joseph Dorè Memorial Scholarship One FR majoring in agr. bus., biol. eng., food science & tech., plant & soil systems; hs GPA 3.0 and 25 ACT; minimum 3.0 GPA in the FR year; one SR majoring in agribusiness. biol. engr., food science & tech., or plant & soil systems; maintained highest GPA for three yrs. at LSU.

Downtown Kiwanis Club of Baton Rouge Agriculture Scholarship Incoming FR pursuing career in food & fiber production, food & fiber processing, conservation of nat. res., and protection or improvement of the environ. LA resident; EBR and adjoining parishes will be shown preference; minimum hs GPA of 2.75 on all high school work and minimum ACT score of 21; financial need.

George Fasting Scholarship Full-time student in the Col. of Agr.

Murphy J. Foster Scholarship Entering FR in Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; preferably from St. Mary, Iberia, Vermilion, or surrounding parishes; majoring in agribusiness or plant & soil systems.

Joseph W. Freeland International Agriculture Scholarship Graduate of EAP-Zamorano; must be classified as either JR or SR; academic ability; financial need; desire to serve agri. in home country after graduation.

J. B. Frye, Jr. Scholarship in Dairy Science UG majoring in dairy food technology or dairy production; FR must have minimum high school GPA of 3.0; all others must have minimum overall GPA of 2.5; preference to FR.

S. W. “Buck” Gladden, Jr. Memorial Coastal Conservation Association Scholarship Fund Full-time UG in Col. of Agr. majoring in Natural Resource Ecology & Management; minimum 3.00 GPA; preference given to students with financial need.

James D. Graugnard—Louisiana Farm Bureau Scholarship Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school GPA of 3.0 and 22 ACT composite; leadership, citizenship and interest in agri.

Greater Baton Rouge State Fair/George Simoneaux Scholarship Full-time JR or SR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0; resident of East Baton Rouge, Ascension, East Feliciana, Iberville, Livingston, Saint Helena, or West Baton Rouge Parish; participant in County Agent 4-H or FFA programs; financial need.

Iberia Parish Farm Bureau Federation Scholarship SO, JR, SR in Col. of Agr. with minimum overall GPA of 2.75; resident of Iberia Parish and graduate of an accredited Iberia Parish High School; financial need.

Mac Kasaoka Memorial Scholarship FR enrolled in the Col. of Agr.; hs GPA of 3.0 or better and ACT composite score of 21 or higher; interest in the science or business aspect of agr.

Dean Kenneth Koonce Scholarship Full-time student in Co. of Agr.

Lloyd Lauden Scholarship UG in the Col. of Agr. majoring in agribusiness, biological engr., food sci. & tech., or plant & soil systems; academic ability; participation in student activities, citizenship, honors, & student offices held; preference given to students from sugar cane growing areas of the state who have interest in the sugar cane industry.

Dean J. G. Lee, Jr. Scholarship Entering FR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum high school GPA of 2.5 and 21 ACT composite; LA resident; financial need; service to school and community; character; leadership.

Louisiana Cattle Women—Emily Smith Fairchild Memorial Scholarship Full-time JR in the Col. of Agr. with a minimum overall GPA of 2.5; parents or grandparents must belong to the LA Cattlemen’s Assoc.; preference given to a female.

Louisiana County Agricultural Agents Association—4-H Scholarship Fund Incoming FR in Col of Agr.; minimum 2.50 GPA; 4-H member; applicants must be recommended by their 4-H agent(s).

Louisiana Division of American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists Scholarship Full-time JR or SR enrolled in the Col. of Agr. majoring in ag. bus., biol. engr., envir. mgt. syst., or plant & soil syst. (agronomic crops or soil science); applicant must have a min. 3.00 GPA; preference will be given to residents of sugar cane producing parishes.

Emile A. Maier Endowed Scholarship in Agriculture Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr.; preference given to male who has financial need.

Blanche E. and Dennis V. McClosky Scholarship Full-time student enrolled in the Col. of Agr. pursuing a major in ornamental horticulture; preference given to LA residents; FR who qualify for TOPS and continuing or transfer students with a 2.75 GPA; recipient will be encouraged to pursue internship at a commercial nursery prior to graduation.

David B. Means Memorial Endowed Scholarship Entering FR majoring in agribusiness, animal science, dairy science, or plant & soil systems; academic ability; participation in student activities; citizenship, honors won, offices held; financial need.

John Walker Melton Scholarship in the College of Agriculture Full-time UG student in Col. of Agr. pursuing a degree in ag. econ., agribus., animal or poultry sci., renewable nat. res., or hum res. educ.; minimum 2.50 HS GPA; resident of Claiborne, Lincoln, Morehouse, Ouachita, or Union parishes; selection based upon financial aid, leadership, character, citizenship, potential contribution to community.

Laurie S. and Helen N. Mobley Scholarship Entering FR; resident of LA; 3.0 high school GPA and 22 ACT; preference to residents of Pointe Coupee; financial need.

Monsanto Scholarship Full-time student majoring in farming/traditional ag, ornamental horticulture, wildlife conservation, animal nutrition, biotechnology, and food sciences.

Shelby Robert Family Endowed Memorial Scholarship Incoming FR majoring in Dept. of Animal Sci. or Dept. of Ag. Econ. and Agribus.; LA residents; 3.00 HS GPA and 22 ACT; leadership abilities; citizenship.

Staplcotn Scholarship Full-time UG; FR who qualify for TOPS, SO, JR, and SR with a college GPA of 2.75. Must be a resident of LA with priority given to those students whose families are involved in cotton farming or connected to the cotton industry.

Tiger Athletic Foundation Undergraduate Scholarship Entering FR or full-time student in the Col. of Agr.; minimum 2.50 GPA.

K.C. Toups Memorial Scholarship Full-time UG in the College of Agriculture; 2.0 GPA; involved in 4-H and FFA.

James W. and Edna F. Trott Scholarship Full-time UG in the Col. of Agr.; 2.0 GPA; if incoming FR, must have an overall GPA of 2.50. SO, JR, SR must have an overall GPA of 2.75.

James W. Trott, Jr. Scholarship Full-time student with declared major in Col. of Agr.; 2.75 GPA; incoming FR with 2.50 overall GPA.

College of Art & Design

AIA/AAF Scholarships (varies) Awarded on a competitive basis to fourth- or fifth-yr. students in arch. by the Nat. Am. Inst. of Architects.

Alpha Rho Chi Medal (1) Graduating student in arch. with outstanding service to school and/or profession.

Henry Adams American Institute of Architects Certificate (1:UG; 1:GRAD) Graduating student in arch. with second highest GPA; awarded by Am. Inst. of Architects through Sch. of Arch.

Henry Adams American Institute of Architects Medal (1:UG; 1:GRAD) Graduating student in arch. with highest GPA; awarded by Am. Inst. of Architects through the Sch. of Arch.

American Society of Landscape Architecture (1:$500) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

William R. Brockway, FAIA Scholarship Fund (varies:varies) FT UG in Arch.; preference given to students who have demonstrated interest in the field of historical conservation; awarded by the School of Architecture.

Charles Craig International Travel Award in Memory of Joseph Aurbach (1:$5,000) Outstanding student in the School of Art.

Certificate of Merit, American Society of Landscape Architects (1) Outstanding SR in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Miriam Garic Barranger Scholarship (1:$1,000 annually as funds become available) UG in ceramics; awarded by Sch. of Art.

Baton Rouge Art League Award (1:$250) JR/SR/GR in art with minimum 3.00 GPA; awarded by Sch. of Art.

Atwell E. Champion Scholarship (1:$500) UG in land. arch.; 2.50 or better GPA; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Dean’s Medals (4) Outstanding graduate in arch., art, interior des.; and land. arch.; evaluation of portfolio and potential in professional field; nominated by faculty; awarded by dean.

*Terry Devine Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Fourth- or fifth-yr. student in arch.; awarded by Sch. of Arch.

*Caroline Durieux Scholarship (varies) UG in art; awarded by Sch. of Art.

J. Kenneth Edmiston Memorial Scholarship (2:$500) JR, SR concentrating in ceramics, graphic design, painting/ drawing, printmaking, or sculpture; 3.00 GPA; apply each semester; awarded by Sch. of Art.

I. Vincent Guaccero Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) SR interior design major with demonstrated outstanding design capability; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

*Harvey Scholarship (2:tuition) Fifth-yr. student in arch. and land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Arch. and Sch. of Land. Arch. based on academic performance and financial need.

William Hornsey Scholarship (1:$350) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by the Sch. of Land. Arch.

Norman L. Koonce, FAIA Scholarship in Architecture (varies:varies) FT UG in Arch.; awarded by the School of Architecture.

Landscape Architecture Endowment (varies:varies) Based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by the Sch. of Land. Arch.

*Alice Hovey Littlefield Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) Female UG in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Louisiana Garden Club Federation, Inc., Scholarship (varies:varies) Outstanding student in land. arch.; LA resident; based on scholarship and financial need; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Outstanding Undergraduate Painter (2:varies) Awarded by painting faculty based on portfolio, School of Art.

Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award (1:Certif.) SR with highest GPA; selected by dean, Col. of A & D.

*Helen Adams Reich Memorial Scholarship (6:$500) Preference to nonresident UG in land. arch.; awarded by Sch. of Land. Arch.

Dixon Smith Educational Scholarship (1:varies) SR interior des. major; evaluation of portfolio; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

Torre Scholarship in Landscape Architecture (1:varies) Awarded to outstanding UG in design through the Sch. of Land. Arch.

Scott Gerard Verrett Scholarship (1:varies) JR interior des. major; GPA of 3.00 or better; true financial need; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

Undergraduate Student Interior Design Scholarship (1:varies) Awarded to UG interior design major; evaluation of portfolio, scholastic excellence and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

Torres Scholarship in Interior Design (1:varies) Awarded to UG Interior Design major; evaluation of portfolio, scholastic excellence and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

M. Dorothy Fletcher Field Studies Fund (varies:varies) Awarded to UG Interior Design major; field study proposal and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Interior Design.

E. J. Ourso College of Business

Victoria Archangel Memorial Scholarship UG business major; 3.0 GPA; financial need; active in student organizations as well as campus and community service; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Paul and Ellen Arst Scholarship JR/SR in finance or risk insurance; financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Association of Government Accountants JR or SR interested in governmental accounting; 2.50 GPA; must be U.S. citizen and LA resident; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

B.R. Board of Realtor—-Ingalls, Frances R. Scholarship JR/SR interested in real estate; LA resident.

Lonnie H. Bearry Scholarship Outstanding SO/JR in Acct.; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Hannis T. Bourgeois & Co. JR in ACCT.; outstanding character, leadership, extracurricular activities, and academic achievement; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Capital Bank & Trust Embree K. Easterly Scholarship Outstanding JR/SR in FIN with desire to enter finance or banking upon graduation; student must be a LA resident with financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Adm. Scholarship Committee.

Capital Bank & Trust Hamrick Holloway Finance Scholarship JR/SR in FIN or Banking; student must be a LA resident with financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

L.A. Champagne Memorial Scholarship SO in ACCT.; 2.70 GPA; financial need; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Chevron ISDS Scholarships UG student majoring in ISDS; 3.0 GPA; US citizen; awarded by ISDS scholarship committee.

Chow Endowed Scholarship JR/SR in ISDS or ISDS-MIS; 2.50 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

John L. Davidson Scholarship Fund JR/SR with 3.00 GPA; any major; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Deloitte JR in ACCT.; student must have outstanding character, leadership, and academic qualifications; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Tommy Doiron & Jimmy Webb Memorial SO with less than 60 credit hours; 2.50 GPA minimum; financial need; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Clarence Dunn Accounting Dept. Recognition Awards ACCT majors deserving of special recognition by accounting faculty; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Ernst & Young LLP Outstanding JR in ACCT with career interest in public acct.; 3.50 GPA; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

ExxonMobil Scholarship Outstanding GR student in ACCT intending to make college teaching a career. Awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

David H. Garland Memorial Scholarship UG student displaying leadership, academic ability, and citizenship; LA resident; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Lewis Gottlieb Memorial Scholarship Second- year GR student candidate for MS in finance or MBA with concentration in finance; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Brenda and Gregory Hamer, Sr. Endowed Scholarship UG or GR in the E. J. Ourso College of Business; priority will be given to students who are graduates of Louisiana public schools; financial need shall be a consideration; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Paul and Theresa Hendershot Scholarship SR in MKT; scholastic achievement; financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Mack H. Hornbeak Scholarship UG or GR student in Gen. Bus. or banking and finance; financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Josh and Florence Kantrow Memorial Scholarship MBA student with strong academic performance and gpa; financial need; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

L. Jarrod Kimble Memorial Scholarship UG student majoring in ISDS; 3.0 GPA; ability to work in the field and participation in extracurricular activities; awarded by the ISDS Department Scholarship Committee.

Allison R. Kolb Memorial Award Outstanding JR/SR in banking or finance; financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

KPMG Peat Marwick LLP UG with highest average in basic auditing; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Russell Lobdell Memorial Scholarship SO with outstanding academic qualifications, financial need, and demonstrated qualities of leadership; 3.00 GPA; graduate of a Baton Rouge high school; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Roger McDaniel Leadership Award UG in Internal Auditing demonstrating outstanding leadership; 3.00 GPA; awarded by LSU Center for Internal Audit.

Herbert Huey McElveen M.B.A. Scholarship MBA student. Awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Justine Mendelsohn Fund UG student with financial need; preference given to female student; 2.50 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Lloyd F. Morrison Scholarship GR teaching assistant who has excelled in teaching; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Glen H. Olds, Jr. Endowed Scholarship MBA with concentration in ISDS or MS in ISDS; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Glen H. Olds, Jr. Scholarship Full-time GR in ISDS; 3.00 GPA; awarded by the Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Ourso Family Scholarships Outstanding first year MBA student; UG GPA 3.20 or better; GMAT 600 or better.

James H. Owen Scholarship UG ACCT student who promises to attain the high personal and professional standards of Dr. Owen; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Hans Metcalf Memorial Award UG in Economics; financial need may be a consideration; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Charlotte Murray Pace Memorial MBA Scholarship Second year Flores M.B.A. student; preference given to female; from Mississippi and /or attended Millsaps College, and/or participated in soccer at the collegiate level, and/or majored in accounting; awarded by the Ourso College of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Reymond Holmes Pope Scholarship JR in Business; 3.00 GPA; LA resident; awarded by Ourso College of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Postlethwaite & Netterville Audit Award JR in accounting interested in auditing; awarded by the Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Postlethwaite & Netterville Tax Award JR in ACCT interested in taxation; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

Flo Bigby Price Memorial Scholarship UG SO, JR, or SR; LA resident; graduate of a Bossier Parish high school; awarded by E.J. Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Pricewaterhouse Coopers Outstanding JR in ACCT; awarded by Dept. of Accounting Scholarship Committee.

R. T. Reckling Memorial Scholarship JR majoring in ITF; leadership and citizenship qualities; LA resident with financial need; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Redhawk Capital Corporation Scholarship in Business UG in ACCT with a 3.00 GPA and financial need; active in university and/or community service; awarded by the Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Colleen Reed Opportunity Scholarship UG in LSUIAPS exemplifying “progress through sharing;” awarded by LSU Center for Internal Audit.

Richard Roy Memorial Scholarship Outstanding UG student in Internal Auditing Program; 3.00 GPA; leadership; profession in Internal Auditing; awarded by LSU Center for Internal Audit.

The Sawyer Family Scholarship UG; 2.8 GPA; credit in two entrepreneurial courses; membership in Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Russell L. Sledge Scholarship Outstanding MBA student in the Ourso Col. of Bus. with financial need; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

SSA Consultants, Inc. Scholarship SO/JR/SR with 3.00 GPA and financial need; any major in the Ourso Col. of Bus.; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Kitty B. Strain Scholarship JR/SR female student in the Ourso Col. of Bus.; 3.0 GPA.

Lynn Ferguson Sweat Memorial Scholarship UG business major intending to pursue graduate studies; preference given to minority students; financial need may be a consideration; awarded by E.J. Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

E. J. Thomas - R. P. Courtney Leadership Scholarship JR; GPA of 3.00 or better; leadership responsibility in high school and citizenship; from one of the following high schools: Holy Savior Catholic H.S., Alexandria; Redemptorist H.S., B.R.; or Catholic H.S., B.R.

Tiger Athletic Foundation Award UG student highly qualified based on leadership and scholarship; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

Travis Varner Memorial Non-graduating JR/SR majoring in ISDS; 3.00 GPA; member of AITP; leadership; citizenship; financial need; awarded by Ourso Col. of Bus. Scholarship Committee.

W. Leroy Ward, Sr. Memorial Scholarship UG in finance or banking; min 3.00 GPA; financial need; graduate of EBR parish high school; resident of EBR parish or surrounding parishes.

J. C. Wilfert Scholarship in Business UG in business with a strong desire to attend LSU and intends to achieve major accomplishments after graduation.

College of Engineering

Note: All scholarships/awards are based on availability of funds.

  • Denotes one-time, non-renewable scholarships/awards.

Awards

American Institute of Chemists Award (1:certificate) UG in chem. engr. with outstanding leadership ability, character, and scholarship.

BP Undergraduate Award FT UG in Dept. of Elect. Engr.; 3.00 GPA; financial need.

CEE Enrichment Award FT GR admitted or enrolled in the graduate program in the Dept. of Civil Engr.; 3.00 GPA.

C. Carter Brown Book Award (varies:varies) FT; JR/SR in civil engr.; 3.00 GPA; financial need; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

Cajun Constructors Award for Diversity in Construction Management Full-time UG as a declared constr. Mgmt. major; preference given to minority students; financial need considered; awarded by CMIE dept.

Chemical Engineering Junior Award (varies:$100) JR in chem. engr. with highest GPA at end of yr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

ME Enrichment Award FT Doctoral student enrolled in Dept. of Mech. Engr.; 3.00 GPA.

Michael A. Clause Memorial Fund Award (1:varies) UG in civil engr.

*Donald W. Clayton Engineering Excellence Awards-Undergraduate (varies:varies) FT; UG; completed at least one year residence in Col of Engr.; U.S. citizen or perm. resident; good academic record and desire to enroll in engr. graduate program at LSU.

*Donald W. Clayton Engineering Excellence Awards-Graduate (varies:varies) FT; GR; U.S. citizen or perm. resident; desire to enter teaching profession in engr.; demonstrate scholarly accomplishment (publications/presentations at professional meetings); completed at least one year residence in Col. of Engr.

Dow Outstanding Junior Award (1:$1,000) JR in chem. engr.; scholarship, activities, professionalism; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Gautreaux Award (1:$100) FT; UG; JR with highest GPA; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

  • Paul M. Horton Award (1:$500) Outstanding LSU chem. engr. graduate who enters LSU Graduate School.

Edward Mclaughlin Medal for Excellence (varies:varies/medal) FT; UG; Awarded to the graduating engineering student with the highest overall GPA for his/her college work. Ties permitted.

L. Frank Moore Award FT UG in Dept. of Constr. Mngmt.; 3.00 GPA; financial need.

Plant Design Project Award (varies:varies) FT; UG; participants of Plant Design Project Contest; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Norbert Rillieux Award (1:$250 and Plaque) Outstanding African American graduate in engr.

Fellowships

William A. Brookshire Distinguished Fellowship in Chemical Engineering (varies:varies) FT; GR; doctoral student in ChE, 3.5 GPA, U.S. citizen, preference to students who have demonstrated scholarship accomplishment, strong leadership skills, shown integrity and exemplary character, indicated a career preference for the private sector in the process industries, and would be a good ambassador for the College and the state of Louisiana.

Gordon and Mary Cain Fellowship (varies:varies) FT; GR in chem. engr.; overall 3.30 GPA; 3.50 GPA in chem. engr.; financial need; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Chevron Engineering Post-Doctoral and Graduate Student Fellowship Fund (varies:varies) FT; GR; doctoral and post-doctoral fellowships in Engineering awarded to students with substantiated research interest in the oil and gas industry; second preference to students from under- represented groups, inc. African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and women.

College of Engineering Endowed Alumni Fellowship (varies:varies) FT; GR in engr.; American citizen; 3.50 GPA; one yr. award; financial need; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Stanley M. & Hilma R. Cothren Graduate Fellowship in Engineering Excellence (varies:varies) FT; PhD; US citizen; 3.5 GPA; civil & environmental engr.

Vincent Forte Graduate Fellowship (1:$2000) GR in engr.

Mark and Carolyn Campbell Guidry Doctoral Fellowship (1:$22,500) FT; GR; doctoral student admitted to or enrolled in ECE.

George A. Daniels Graduate Fellowship in Engineering FT GR in Dept. of Chem. Engr.

IBM Grad Fellowship Scholar (1-2: varies) FT; GR; eligibility requires BS degree in engineering or equivalent, enrolled in graduate program in the College of Engineering or in the MBA Program in the College of Business Administration; minorities and/or women will be given preference.

ECE Doctoral Student Support Fund FT Doctoral student in Dept. of Elect. or Comp. Engr.; 3.00 GPA.

Flagship Fellowship Fund FT GR in engineering graduate program; 3.50 GPA.

IGERT Fellowship (varies:$12,500) GR in engr.

George A. Khoury, Jr. Graduate Fellowship in Engineering Excellence (1:$30,000) FT; GR; doctoral student admitted to or enrolled in PETE.

James Lewis Electrical Engineering Fellowship (varies:varies) GR in elect. engr.

James R. Lewis Grad Study Fund in EE (varies:varies) FT; GR; for master’s or doctoral student, ECE major, 3.0 GPA.

Marathon Engineering Diversity Graduate Fellowships (2:$35,000) FT; GR; doctoral candidates seeking degrees in ChE, ME, EE, CE, or PETE. Consideration will be given to all academic and nonacademic strengths and achievements, as well as the ways a contender may contribute to a diverse educational environment.

Marathon Engineering Diversity Ph.D. Fellowship (varies:varies) FT; Ph.D. track GR in engr.; preference given to under-represented students; U.S. citizen; academic excellence; awarded by CoE Diversity Programs.

Nextgenc3 Graduate Fellowship FT GR in Mech. Engr. program; 3.00 GPA.

Jayanti and Suresh Rai Fellowship (varies:varies) FT: GR in elec, or comp. engr.; preference to females of East Indian origin in elec. or comp. engr.

Charles E. Severance Endowed Fellowship Full-time GR in biol. and agr. engr; US citizen; financial need and 4-H exp. preferred; awarded by Dept. of Biol & Agr. Engr.

Jimmy Stone Graduate Fellowship in Engineering Excellence (1:$30,000) FT; GR; doctoral student in PETE, 3.0 GPA, U.S. citizen or permanent resident.

Freshman Scholarships

ExxonMobil Diversity in Engineering Scholarship (varies:varies) FT; UG in engr.; 3.00 GPA; academic ability; top 25 percent of high school class; 26 ACT; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Boykin and Mable Pegues Scholarship (40:$500) FR in engr.; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Donald J. Waguespack Scholarship in Engineering (varies;varies) Full-time FR in engr.; 3.0 GPA; ACT score equal to or greater than that of the prior year’s entering freshman average; financial need considered; priority to Terrebonne High School students or Atlanta, Georgia residents; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Other Scholarships

3-2 Program Scholarship FT UG JR; enrolled in Mech. Engr.; 3.50 GPA.

AADE Lafayette Chapter Scholarship FT UG; enrolled in Pet. Engr. or the Col. of Engr. taking PETE courses; expressed interest in Drilling Engineering; 2.5 GPA; financial need considered; selected by the Chair of the Dept. of Pet. Engr or by designee and approved by Dean of Col. of Engr.

Henry Gee Abbott Scholarship FT; enrolled in Col. of Engr.; 2.0 GPA; selected by Dean of Col. of Engr.

Yalcin B. Acar Memorial Scholarship (1:varies) UG in civil engr.; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Dept. of Civil & Envr. Engr.

Ned Adler Memorial Full-time 75 credit hours earned; 2.5 GPA; declared mech. engr. major; financial need considered; awarded by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.

W. R. Aldrich Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in engr.; graduate of LA high school; need and academic achievement; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Amerada Hess Foundation (varies: $1,250) Full-time JR in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

American Association of Drilling Engineers Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG I pet. engr.; interest in drilling engineering; 2.50 GPA; financial need; U.S. citizen; 24 credit hrs. earned; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

American Petroleum Institute (API) - Houston Chapter Scholarship FT UG; enrolled in Col. of Engr. majoring in Pet. Engr.; academic merit and financial need considered; selected by the Chair of the Dept. of Pet. Engr or by designee and approved by Dean of Col. of Engr.

Anadarko Petroleum Corp School Full-time JR/SR in pet. engr.

Henry and Nordine Arnaud Scholarship in Petroleum Engineering (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; JR or SR with 2.70 GPA; financial need; employed part-time for 10 hrs. minimum; resident of one of the following parishes: Acadia; Avoyelles; Calcasieu, Cameron, Evangeline, Jefferson Davis, Iberia, Lafayette, Lafourche, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, Terrebonne or Vermillion.

Asphalt Products Unlimited Full-time SO, JR, SR in civil engr. or const. mgmt; Hot Asphalt Technology course required; awarded by Dept. of Civil Engr.

Associated General Contractors of Louisiana, Inc. (varies: $500/yr.) SO in const. mgt.; selection based on need and association with construction industry; awarded by Dept. of Const. Mgt.

ASSCT Undergraduate Sugar Processing Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG; 2.75 GPA; BAE, ChE, ECE, ME, pref. sugar cane producing parishes: Acadia, Allen, Ascension, Assumption, Avoyelles, Calcasieu, Cameron, East Baton Rouge, Evangeline, Iberia, Iberville, Jefferson Davis, Lafayette, Lafourche, Pointe Coupee, St. Charles, Rapides, St. James, St. John, St. Landry, St. Martin, St. Mary, Terrebonne, Vermillion or West Baton Rouge; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Atlas Power Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in engr.; 2.80 GPA; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Gail Robinson Wilbur Baker Full-time sophomore female; 3.0 GPA; U.S. citizen; campus involvement considered; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Baker Hughes Endowed Scholarship Full-time UG in engr.; 3.0 GPA; financial need considered; preference to dependents or employees of Baker Hughes or affiliated companies.

BASF Corporation Engineering Scholarship (1:$1,200) UG in engr.; 3.00 GPA; awarded by Col. of Engr.

  • Harold T. Barr Memorial Scholarship UG in biol. engr.; 3.0 GPA and financial need; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Zaki A. Bassiouni Endowed Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; financial need; academic merit; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Richard L. Bengston Endowed Scholarship in Biological Engineering Full-time UG in biol. Engr.; overall GPA 3.0; financial need, and a US citizen; awarded by Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Ram N. Bhatia Scholarship in Chemical Engineering Full-time UG in chem. engr.; overall GPA 3.0; special consideration to citizens of India; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Baton Rouge Water Company Scholarship in Civil & Environmental Engineering FT JR, SR; enrolled in Col. of Engr. with focus in water works; selected by Chair of Dept. of Civil Engr.; 3.25 GPA.

Board of Regents (varies:varies) FT; GR in engr.; 3.50 GPA

Bourgeois and Associates, Inc. Scholarship (1:$1,200) FT; UG; incoming freshman preferred (freshman-through-senior eligible) pursuing occupational health & safety IAT curriculum, Louisiana resident, 2.75 GPA upon high school graduation, and 21 ACT composite score. Preference given to students from LaFourche, Assumption, Terrebonne and St. Mary parishes.

Adam T. Bourgoyne Construction Management Scholarship Excellence Fund (varies:varies) FT; UG; junior or senior CM major, 3.0 GPA or better and be in top 10 in his/her class year, recipient must have demonstrated high ethics.

Ted Bourgoyne Endowed Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; academic merit; financial need; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

  • BP America Inc. Endowed Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

BP Scholarship for Energy in Engineering FT SO, JR, SR; enrolled in Col. of Engr.; 3.0 GPA; selected by Dean of Col. of Engr.

BP Scholarship for Energy in Engineering #2 FT SO, JR, SR; enrolled in Col. of Engr.; 3.0 GPA; selected by Dean of Col. of Engr; preference for minority students.

*BP America Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

BP Minority Petroleum Engineering Scholarship Fund (varies:varies) FT; UG; U.S. citizen/perm. res., sophomore year, enrolled in ChE, ME, or PETE. First preference shall be given to minority students. At least 3.0 GPA for all college-level work, be active in extra-curricular organizations (school and/or community) with leadership roles, and not receive other similar corporate financial aid tied to summer employment. Financial need may be a consideration.

John B. Brock, III Endowed Scholarship (varies:varies) Full-time UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Leo Broering Memorial Scholarship in Chemical Engineering Full-time UG in chem. engr.; overall GPA 3.2; financial need considered; special consideration to interns at Shell’s Geismar, LA plant; awarded by the Dept. of Chem. Engr.

William Brookshire Scholarship in Engineering (varies:varies) Full-time SO/JR/SR or GR students working on a non-thesis masters degree in engr., students with 30+ hrs. combined work and course work preferred, US citizen and financial need may be considered; awarded by Col. of Engr.

Les and Dot Broussard Scholarship FT UG; enrolled in Dept. of Elect. Engr.; selected by Chair of Dept. of Elect. & Comp. Engr.; financial need considered.

William H. and Barbara A. Brown Scholarship in Biological and Agricultural Engineering Full-time UG or half-time GS; 3.0 GPA on all college work; demonstrated excellence in engineering design or research; special consideration shall be given to a student who has participated in an engr. internship program; awarded by the Dept. of Biol. & Agr. Engr.

Robert G. Bryan Scholarship (varies:varies) UG in pet. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Pet. Engr.

Davis S. and Martha L. Bunnell Scholarship in Engineering FT UG; majoring in Chem. or Mech. Engr.; 3.0 GPA; financial need considered.

Ben Burns Student Fund (varies) For SR student projects and/or scholarships in the Dept. of Mech. Engr.; awarded by Dept. of Mech. Engr.

Joseph W. Carmena, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Full-time UG in civil or envr. engr.; 3.2 GPA; financial need considered; preference given to a student from a rural area in LA; awarded by CEE dept.

Charles M. Carraway and Joanne M. Carraway Scholarship Full-time UG in pet. engr.; 3.0 GPA; financial need considered.

Celanese Chemicals Chemical Engineering Scholarship Fund (varies: $500) FT; UG; ChE sophomore or junior, 3.0 GPA, U.S. citizen or full-time resident, member of one or more professional associations, and has interest in considering Celanese Chemicals as an employer upon graduation.

Alden J. and Barbara S. Chauvin Scholarship Full-time UG in elec. and comp. engr.; 3.0 GPA; financial need considered; must have been born in Louisiana or have at least one parent born in LA; preference given to student expressing interest in “alternative energy solution” career; awarded by ECE dept.

Chemical Engineering Scholarship Fund (varies:varies) FT; UG; JR or SR, 3.0 GPA, U.S. citizen or perm. resident.

*Chevron Texaco Company Scholarships in Chemical Engineering (varies:varies) UG in chem. engr.; awarded by Dept. of Chem. Engr.

Chevron Texaco Scholarship Fund in Mechanical Engineering (varies:varies) FT; UG; ME major (junior or senior), GPA 3.0 or better, preference given to students whose enrollment and leadership promote diversity should also be considered.

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