Clark Scholars Eligibility and Requirements
The A. James Clark Scholars Program at Stevens Institute of Technology was made possible thanks to a generous gift by the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation to honor the legacy of the late A. James Clark, a noted engineer, philanthropist and founder of the Maryland-based Clark Construction Group LLC, one of the nation’s leading privately-held construction companies.
Clark Scholars Eligibility
The Clark Scholars Program is a selective scholarship program for exceptional, high-performing students who are traditionally underrepresented in the engineering fields and exhibit a passion for “making a difference.” First-year applicants can indicate their interest in the program during the application process. To further demonstrate their commitment, applicants are required to submit an additional essay articulating their passion for the program. Candidates may also be contacted for an interview. Invitations will be extended at the time of admission. The program is only available to incoming full-time, first-year students. Clark Scholars will be selected based on:
Financial need. To be considered for this program, applicants are required to file both the FAFSA and CSS Profile by the established deadlines.
High academic achievement
Clark Scholars are expected to remain active participants in all required Clark Scholars programming throughout their undergraduate experience and must:
Pursue a rigorous curriculum of engineering, computer science or cybersecurity
Maintain a 3.2 GPA
Take a minimum of two business classes
Volunteer in community service activities