LSU’s College of Engineering offers more than 250 scholarships to its engineering, computer science, and construction management students. Scholarships for entering freshman are limited, but as you advance in your academic career, you become eligible for more scholarships based on your GPA, major, and extracurricular activities. 

  • Other resources for scholarships may be found through your major department, the LSU Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Student Aid, or other private sources.


The LSU College of Engineering has teamed up with Baton Rouge Community College to offer scholarships through the National Science Foundation S-STEM Program. Each scholarship can be awarded at up to $7,500 per academic year. Apply by submitting BRCC’s Pathway Scholarship Application.

BRCC Pathway Scholarship Application 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Baton Rouge Community College students who have earned an AS degree in engineering
  • Minimum overall GPA of 2.75
  • Demonstrated financial need according to FASFA

Diversity scholarships

The College of Engineering seeks to promote and celebrate the diversity of our students, and we offer scholarships for underrepresented students. Students meeting the criteria will automatically be considered for these scholarships.


At the beginning of the fall and spring semesters, students will receive an email asking that they update your scholarship application in their MyLSU account. Updating information is very easy. 

  • Log into your MyLSU account
  • Go to the Financial Services Section
  • Update your scholarship application

Then, the College and department scholarship committees review the information of all eligible students and award scholarships. If a student is chosen to receive a scholarship, they will be notified by email.

Our generous alumni and corporate partners provide the majority of scholarships offered by the LSU College of Engineering and its departments. For this reason, students are asked to provide a written thank you note and fill out a scholarship recipient questionnaire after they receive a scholarship. Any student who does not provide a thank you note or fill out a scholarship questionnaire may have their scholarship money withheld or become ineligible to receive future scholarships from the College of Engineering.

For more information on College of Engineering scholarships, contact our Associate Director of Scholarships Sarah Jones at (225) 578-5705 or You can also stop by her office at 3303 Patrick F. Taylor Hall.