ASHRAE Scholarships – Engineering Technology Scholarship

ASHRAE annually awards three (3) scholarships, valued at $3,000, to qualified undergraduate Engineering Technology students enrolled full-time in a post-secondary educational institution. Traditionally the recipients have been enrolled in a preparatory curriculum for the HVAC&R profession. Since Humber College hosts an ASHRAE Student Branch, the students within the various HVAC&R related programs are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Membership within the organization is a requirement as well.

Requirements:

  1. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a scale where 4.0 is the highest and/or a class standing of no less than the top 30%
  2. Official transcript of college grades. These transcripts must be mailed in since only the original official document is accepted (NO photocopies!).
  3. Three (3) signed letters of recommendation
    1. One from an instructor or faculty advisor
    2. One from current or past employer
    3. Other character reference (excluding family members)

i.      ASHRAE Student Branches can use their chapter’s faculty advisor as a reference

Full details and application are available at:

http://www.ashrae.org/membership–conferences/student-zone/scholarships-and-grants/engineering-technology-scholarships

Remember: Applications are due on May 1st, before the start of the semester you are applying for.

In case you are wondering how your % grade translates to an American GPA scoring system, here is a rough guide:

90 to 100% 4.0
85 to 89% 3.9
80 to 84% 3.7
77 to 79% 3.3
73 to 76% 3.0
70 to 72% 2.7
67 to 69% 2.3
63 to 66% 2.0
60 to 62% 1.7
57 to 59% 1.3
53 to 56% 1.0
50 to 52% 0.7
< 49 0.0

 

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