$4500 scholarship off the full tuition cost of MS and M.Eng. programs that begin during the Summer of 2021

In response to the difficulties and uncertainties created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Lehigh University's P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science is offering a $4500 scholarship off the full tuition cost of MS and M.Eng. programs that start during the Summer of 2021. This offer is open to all graduating Lehigh University seniors, as well as qualified individuals from outside the Lehigh community.

The change is effective immediately and applies to applicants (domestic and international) to master’s programs across the Rossin College for 2021 summer and fall enrollment. Most Lehigh courses offered during the Summer 2021 term will be available via remote instruction.


"This unprecedented health crisis drives home the vital role highly trained engineers and scientists play in solving the complex and interconnected problems of our times,"says Stephen P. DeWeerth, professor and dean of the Rossin College. "We want to remove barriers and encourage students considering graduate school to advance their career or engage in impactful research to take that next step."  

The Rossin College offers multidisciplinary graduate programs—across more than 20 fields of study—that reflect Lehigh’s legacy of excellence in engineering research and scholarship. Students in both the research-based and professional tracks benefit from a wealth of expertise and facilities that are known for discovery and innovation in key facets of industry and society. 

To provide further flexibility for prospective master’s and PhD students, applications are being accepted on a rolling basis. GRE requirements have been waived for all domestic students as well as international students currently enrolled in undergraduate programs in the U.S. Interested students are encouraged to email Brianne Lisk, manager of the Rossin College’s graduate programs, or contact the relevant departmental graduate coordinator with questions about deadlines and testing requirements.