Next Steps & Scholarship Acceptance

The college scholarship committees begin the award process for the next academic year in March and first-round awarding determined by May 31, 2019. Chris Parker, the scholarship administrator, will notify all applicants whether or not they were awarded a scholarship via their Rebelmail email no later than June 8, 2019. If there is a delay, communication will be sent letting students know to their UNLV email address.

Scholarship recipients will receive an award letter via email from the Dean and Associate Dean indicating the following:

  • Scholarship name and award amount.
  • Requirements for maintain the scholarship for the upcoming academic year.
  • Scholarship criterion that students must verify they meet to be eligible for scholarship disbursement in August.

In addition, scholarship recipients must go to the following link and fill out the required information and upload a thank you letter to accept the award.

All items required to accept a scholarship to be returned via your UNLV student Rebelmail account to the College of Engineering scholarship email:

The subject line for the email should be:

“Last Name, First Initial - Scholarship Acceptance, Profile & Thank You”

Ex: Hughes, H – Scholarship Acceptance, Profile & Thank You

Failure to submit these forms by the deadline on the award letter will result in the award being cancelled and the funds offered to another student.

Once all information is received, the monetary award will be applied to your UNLV student account by August 31st. It is the responsibility of the recipient to ensure their student account charges are paid by university deadlines. Questions can be directed to the email.

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The Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering is not affiliated with any non-University of Nevada, Las Vegas scholarships. The College of Engineering does not explicitly recommend or endorse any scholarships being offered by private organizations and/or corporations, nor is the College of Engineering liable or responsible for any information that scholarship applicants choose to give to private organizations and/or corporations related to scholarship applications. Students and applicants are solely responsible for verifying the veracity of the organizations and/or corporations to which they provide information for each scholarship application. The College of Engineering does not endorse any of the views expressed or implied by private organizations and/or corporations that are awarding scholarships.