The Scholarship Program currently provides funding for undergraduate or graduate students who are U.S. citizens and enrolled in a full-time civil engineering, construction management or construction engineering curriculum at one of the ten participating universities. A student must be in good academic standing and agree to take a course in hot mix asphalt. Scholarships will be awarded to students entering their junior, senior or fifth year of a Bachelor Degree Program in Civil Engineering or a Bachelor Degree Program in construction management or engineering related area. Preference will be given to students who show an interest in the design/construction of Ohio’s highways and transportation facilities.
The institution selected by the student must offer, and the student must take, at least one course on HMA technology. The applicable courses are listed below, by institution:
In the case of graduate students their major field of study must be related to asphalt pavement technology. Graduate students may be granted more than one scholarship each year and will be eligible to apply for additional scholarships during their graduate academic career. Graduate students should apply using the on-line application and use the comment section to indicate their graduate student status and the nature of their curriculum as it relates to asphalt pavement technology. Graduate students must have a letter of recommendation submitted by their faculty advisor. All other requirements related to the asphalt scholarship program also apply.