Scholarships are available to students pursuing an associate or undergraduate degree and must be enrolled in an accredited technical college or university in the United States. Scholarship applicants who have earned a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale cumulative and are taking, or plan to take, a minimum of one fluid power course must meet a minimum of nine credit hours or the equivalent. High School Seniors: You must provide an admission letter from the University or Tech School Engineering Department providing enrollment.
College Seniors/Graduating Applicants: Students graduating in May or June of the current year may not apply for a scholarship unless enrolled in a four-year school in the subsequent (fall) semester. An acceptance or admission letter must accompany the application, and the student must show enrollment and/or completion of at least one fluid power course. Provide proof of enrollment in an accredited tech school/college/university engineering program and eventually renewal. Applicants must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale at the accredited tech school/college/university in the United States.