ASA Graduate Scholarship

Award Amount
$3,000
Awards Available
3
Deadline
Varies
  • Scholarship Description
  • The purpose of the ASA Graduate Scholarship Program is to attract, identify, and assist outstanding graduate students pursuing careers within the field of concrete with a significant interest in the shotcrete process.

    The ASA Graduate Scholarships are available to applicants who have been accepted into a graduate program in the field of concrete at the time of application to an accredited college or university within the United States or at Laval University in Canada. To receive consideration for an ASA Graduate Scholarship, the applicant needs only to submit one application. Based on essays, submitted data, and references, the ASA Scholarship Committee will select scholarship recipients who appear to have the strongest combination of interest and potential for professional success in the shotcrete industry.

    Applicants must be a full-time first- or second-year graduate student during the entire scholarship year. Course work during a summer session will count toward the degree year. Applications will be accepted from anywhere in the world but graduate study must take place in the United States or at Laval University in Canada during the award year.

    For your application packet to be considered for this award, each of the following pieces of information must be submitted by the deadline indicated on the application form:
    -Completed typed application form (handwritten applications will not be accepted)
    -One-page resume (anything over one page will not be accepted)
    -Essay (one-page limit, 300 words or less, name must be on the first page, please include all scheduled classes for balance of academic year)
    -Two (2) completed online reference forms
    -All undergraduate and graduate transcripts (all universities attended during all undergraduate and graduate years)

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 38800 Country Club Drive
  • Farmington Hills , MI 48331
  • info@shotcrete.org
  • 248-848-3780

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