Scholarships for graduate engineering students are available from the departments, the college, and the university.
The Koh Family Scholarships
The College of Engineering is proud to offer the Koh Family Scholarships in memory of the Koh family. P.K. Koh and Jean Koh are part of the educational history at Texas Tech. Professor Koh was well known in the engineering field not only for his brilliance but also for his dedication to encourage students to strive for the highest level they could achieve. Professor Koh won one of the most prestigious scholarships in China and it allowed him to study anywhere in the world. He and his wife spent their last 14 years of teaching at Texas Tech University. Upon their deaths, they left their entire estate of $2.7 million to Texas Tech to fund an endowment to help outstanding students with their educational costs. It is through their love for education and their daughter Jessica's tremendous generosity that Tech acquired the Koh's estate. In commemorating the Koh's dedication to the highest levels of excellence and performance, the Koh Family Scholarships will be some of the most prestigious offered in the College of Engineering as well as Texas Tech. It is our expectation that we can continue to preserve and build their legacy through the lives of exceptional students who have chosen Tech for their path of education.
Scholarship Applications and Process
Qualified students, who are interested in attending Texas Tech University, are invited to submit online applications at our website.
The complete scholarship application, including supporting documents, must be received by January 15 each year.
Students will be considered through the standard scholarship process within the Whitacre College of Engineering. No special application is required.
Recipients will be selected on the basis of outstanding scholarship, exemplary character and meaningful extracurricular activities.
Must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5.
Recipients will pursue full time study in an engineering discipline in graduate level courses for an advanced degree.
* Out-of-state tuition will be waived for any student who receives an annual scholarship of $1000 or more.
Undergraduates: $10,000/year for four years of undergraduate study and up to five years for dual degree programs, or in combination with other scholarships, up to $25,000.
Graduates: The recipients (preference to Ph.D. students) will receive $29,000/year (plus tuition) for up to four years of graduate study or in combination with other awards and research assistantships, up to $35,000/year.
Students can apply here for scholarships through Texas Tech Graduate School. The application allows graduate students to fill out one application and then be considered for Texas Tech Graduate School scholarships and competitive college and departmental scholarships.
Contact: Brandon Weeks, Ph.D. Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Programs and Professor (806) 834-7450 • email@example.com