Department of Physics & Engineering

Achievement Scholarship Program


Advancing Engineering, Physics and Math in the Technological Workforce
ASP is a scholarship program funded by the National Science Foundation to provide financial assistance to students with documented financial need who are seeking degrees in engineering, physics, and math. Scholarship criteria include both financial need and academic performance.
  • Scholarships – $2400.
  • Duration - The ASP is funded for four years starting in the fall of 2010 and running through the 2013-14 academic year.
  • Eligibility - Students majoring in engineering, physics, or math
  • Eligibility - Existing students, transfer students, and entering freshmen
  • Eligibility - Must demonstrate financial need as defined by the U.S. Department of Education and evaluated by the Fort Lewis College Office of Financial Aid.
  • Eligibility - Tier 1 minimum GPA of 3.0 , Tier 2 - Minimum GPA of 2.3 (limited availability)
  • Eligibility - Full time student, U.S. citizen or permanent resident
  • Requires participation in academic support activities
To apply for a scholarship you must first complete a U.S. government financial aid FAFSA form and submit it to the Fort Lewis College Office of Financial Aid. The Financial Aid Office must then find that you have "financial need" to be eligible for this scholarship.
Read the complete program description that discusses eligibility and requirements. Fact Sheet
Completed a federal financial aid form (FAFSA) and check with the FLC financial aid office to confirm that you have "federally defined" financial need. 
If you qualify and agree to the required participation, complete the form below (choose PDF or Excel format):
Send the application form, personal statement, letter of reference and official transcripts as directed on the application.
The ASP is a competitive award process. The scholarships are awarded on an ongoing basis as funds allow. After a scholarship has been awarded the student and faculty mentor must complete a Scholarship Agreement.
For more information contact:
Dr. Don May
Department of Physics and Engineering
Fort Lewis College