Join us as we celebrate Homecoming 2017 with a DASH WITH THE DEAN. We are running, or walking, alongisde the 5k with Washkewicz College of Engineering Dean Anette Karlsson. The event is Saturday, October 7, 2017 at 9:00am. Engineering will have a table set up outside of Fenn Hall where we will give away a special commemorataive engneering t-shirt to the first 50 5k registered Engineering Alumni, Students, Faculty or Staff that stop by the table. Go to the CSU Recreation Center Website to Register for the Homecoming 5K now!
You will also have an opportunity to make a donation to the Angie Langford Memorial Book Fund Scholarship. Learn more about the Book Fund Scholarship below. By donating during Homecoming, the following offers apply. Thank you for your consideraton of support.
- Donate $50.00 receive a Commemorative Engineering T-Shirt
- Donate $100.00 receive an Engineering Swag Bag
Not a Runner? Don’t want to Walk? Come join us and cheer on Dean Karlsson and the other Engineering runners and walkers! If you can’t join us, please make a donation at the CSU Foundation Website.
Washkewicz College of Engineering Angie Langford Memorial Book Fund
Purpose: The Angie Langford Memorial Book Fund was established to honor our respected colleague, Angie Langford, who served as a secretary in the Engineering Dean’s Office and in the Mechanical Engineering Department. This fund was established to assist Washkewicz College of Engineering students across all engineering disciplines that have a demonstrated financial need for assistance with their textbook purchases or related supplies. Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate students. This limited fund is usually supported through contributions made to the annual Faculty and Staff Appeal, but Alumni and friends are encouraged to donate as well.
Students interested in applying for the Scholarship, Following are the Terms of Application
A total of up to ten awards not to exceed $250 may be granted during the fall 2017 semester, based on the availability of funds and with committee approval. Book fund recipients will be chosen through a random selection process. The award will help defray the cost of textbooks or related course materials for courses completed during the semester of application.
Awards are provided as a reimbursement only and will not be given in advance of book purchases. All reimbursements for books or related course materials require original receipts. Note: Packing slips are not receipts.
All enrolled full or part-time CSU engineering students, including undergraduate and graduate students, may apply. Applicants most recent cumulative GPA must be at least 3.0. Awards will not be made to spouses, partners or dependent children of engineering students. Freshmen are not required to show a cumulative GPA.
A new application must be submitted by each semester’s deadline, accompanied by a copy of that semester’s course enrollment.
No more than one application from any single applicant will be considered in an academic year. New applicants will be given priority over those who have received prior assistance.
Funds will be released following the current semester’s last date for course withdrawal.* Funds may be distributed by a check mailed to the address provided on your application or may be applied toward your tuition. If you have an outstanding balance on our account, the book funds you receive may be applied to that balance. All applications are subject to verification of enrollment.
Awards will be made upon the recommendation of a review committee made up of at least three staff and/or faculty from the Washkewicz College of Engineering with subsequent approval given by the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs.