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Lloyd A. Chacey PE Memorial Scholarship

The Ohio Society of Professional Engineers established the Lloyd A. Chacey, P.E. Scholarship in 1977 as a lasting tribute to this longtime executive secretary. Lloyd served in this capacity for 27 years until 1970. In addition, he was executive director of the Engineers Foundation of Ohio from its founding in 1964 until his retirement in 1980.


The scholarship is to be applied to the student's tuition, fees and other educational expenses. Please note that criteria includes the following:
- Be a son, daughter, brother, sister, niece, nephew, spouse or grandchild of a current member of the Ohio Society of Professional Engineers or so related to a deceased member who was in good standing at the time of his or her death. Student members are not considered OSPE members for purposes of awarding this scholarship.
- Be enrolled full-time at an Ohio college or university in a curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or its equivalent.
- Will achieve junior status at the end of the academic year in which the application is submitted. Junior status is defined as meaning the applicant can complete requirements for the degree in two more academic years progressing at a normal rate. Co-op students who meet these criteria are eligible.

Applicants will be evaluated on "General Criteria" as well as activities/leadership/work experiences, membership and activity in professional and technical societies, honors won, and an evaluation by the engineering college dean or department chairman. Financial need will be considered as a deciding factor in case of a tie.

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