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Engineering Futures

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Looking to become an Engineering Futures Scholar

All incoming first year students in the Fulton Schools are welcome to apply! First-generation and commuter students are highly encouraged to become a part of this mentor-mentee community. Engineering Futures is for students of any background looking for additional support.

Begin your process by submitting your application to become an Engineering Futures Scholar. Once you have applied, visit our Scholarship page, to learn more about our Engineering Futures Scholarship and how to apply. 

Once you have been accepted as an Engineering Futures Scholar, you will be sent instructions on next steps, including special events and how to register for the Engineering Futures class. 

Engineering Futures Scholar

All incoming first year students in the Fulton Schools are welcome to apply! First-generation and commuter students are highly encouraged to become a part of this mentor-mentee community. Engineering Futures is for students of any background looking for additional support.

Ways to maximize your Engineering Futures experience

  • Apply for the Engineering Futures Scholarship
  • Register for the Engineering Futures Class (additional details will be provided upon acceptance)
    • Mondays: 12:55 – 2:15pm
    • Tuesdays: 4:30 – 5:50pm
    • Thursdays: 4:30 – 5:50pm
  • Meet with your Mentor 
  • Participate in Engineering Futures Events

Ways to maximize your Fulton Schools of Engineering experience

Supporting a Student

We believe you are a crucial part of your student’s success as they begin their journey at ASU. Engineering Futures hopes you will share our interest in enhancing your student’s college degree through our program. 

 

Interested in Becoming a Mentor

Details will be posted when positions are available.

“These scholarships granted me an incredible freedom to explore my interests and pursue my goals without financial burden. But beyond what scholarships have enabled me to do for my own career while at ASU, your generosity has been an example to me of the need to take time for others, and pass on what has been given to me so selflessly—a lesson that I will carry with me to graduate school and throughout my career.”

Kaleigh Johnson

Chemical Engineering Undergraduate, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering