Summer Session Grants (SSG)
The Summer Session Grant (SSG) provides funding for undergraduate students, especially for underrepresented groups. Students pursue coursework during the summer session at Stanford or other accredited colleges and universities.
The program assists students in completing courses required for an engineering major, e.g. engineering fundamentals, science, chemistry, differential equations, other math, GER, etc. It provides flexibility in the student's four year plans and an opportunity to improve the student's grade point average.
Students are selected according to their academic need and potential for achievement reflected in their application proposal. Selected students receive $100 to $3000 in grants. Units must be transferable.
Undergraduates must be a declared major or have academic interest in engineering and plan to complete courses during the summer session and use them towards graduation requirements. Applicants are especially sought from the following groups: women, Native Americans, African Americans and Hispanic Americans.
IMPORTANT: The flowcharts below will walk you through the application and award (reimbursement) process; deadlines included.
Still have questions?
Your application will not be considered complete until you have submitted in PDF format a resume, four-year plan, and a description of the equivalent course at Stanford (including what college, course number, and description). Please submit all of these in PDF format to Martha Schmidhauser at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: SSG 2015.
NOTE: An incomplete application WILL DELAY a timely response to your request.
|Online Application and Supporting Material:||May 15, 2015|
|Accept/Decline Deadline:||June 1, 2015|
|Reimbursement Material Deadline: (EXCEPTION: Those students taking courses ON-CAMPUS)||September 30, 2015|
Inquiries regarding logistics may be directed to Martha Schmidhauser, Accounting Associate, by email to email@example.com, or in Huang Engineering Center 135.
Inquiries regarding advising and course scheduling or questions about Four-Year Plans may be directed to Dr. Noe Lozano, Associate Dean of Student & Diversity Affairs, at (650) 862-7063, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org