The Conrad and Melita Johnson scholarship provides up to $1,000 (as specified by the TCNJ Foundation) for a junior or senior School of Engineering student. The scholarship will be awarded on a competitive, non-need basis, and priority will be given to applicants who demonstrate an understanding of and a commitment to the importance of aesthetics in engineering design, have a minimum 3.0 GPA in the major, and are actively engaged in their profession.
To be considered for the award students must be majoring in one of the School of Engineering majors at The College of New Jersey (e.g. Biomedical, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Science, Mechanical Engineering, or Technological Studies) and be classified as a junior or senior at the time of the award (i.e. sophomores and juniors should apply).
If you are interested in applying for the Conrad & Melita Johnson Scholarship, submit a letter of interest that includes the applicant’s overall educational and career goals, commitment to and leadership in the engineering profession, and any special circumstances causing financial need*. The student’s academic performance at TCNJ will also be used to select a finalist.
Apply to this scholarship using the form linked on the main scholarship page.
*In order to demonstrate financial need, the federal financial aid FASFA form needs to be submitted to TCNJ in addition to the letter mentioned above.
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