College and Department-Level Scholarships
The College of Business and Technology at East Tennessee State University provides scholarships to current and future ETSU students who meet this criteria:
- An undergraduate or graduate student who is majoring in a program within the College of Business and Technology (CBAT).
- A student who is full-time (i.e., taking 12 hours or more per semester) during the semesters that the scholarship is received.
The funds for these scholarships are provided by businesses, alumni, and other supporters of the College of Business and Technology, and selection for the scholarships is based on factors such as:
- Grade point average (in high school and/or college)
- ACT/SAT scores (for incoming freshman)
- Hometown location
- Work experience and/or career objectives
- Participation in extra-curricular activities
For more information regarding college and departmental scholarships, please visit the website.
Wayne G. Basler Scholarship
The Wayne G. Basler Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship is specifically designed for students who have a declared academic major in the Department of Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying. The main objective of the scholarship is to reward an incoming freshman of any age who can (1) demonstrate the desire, determination, and motivation to set and complete personal goals, and (2) who have a defined need for the scholarship. In addition, students must meet the following criteria:
- Be an incoming freshman accepted for full-time enrollment in an academic major in
the Department of Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying at East Tennessee
- Be a current full-time student in an academic major in the Department of Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying at East Tennessee State University who has completed no more than 19 credit hours by the application deadline.
- Be a U.S. citizen or have permanent resident status.
Submit a written application by the deadline and be available if called for an interview. Applications are due March 31st.
Frequently asked questions regarding the scholarship and application can be found
Academic Common Market
The Academic Common Market is an interstate agreement among southern states for sharing uncommon academic programs. Participating states are able to make arrangements for their residents who qualify for admission to enroll in specific programs in other states on an in-state tuition basis.
Other Scholarship Opportunities
There are many other scholarship opportunities for incoming and current students at ETSU. More information about Academic Performance Scholarships, ETSU Promise Grant, Hope Scholarships, and many others can be found on the university website.