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Scholarship Information













2014-15 Scholarships:


NMT Petroleum Engineerign Undergraduate & Graduate Students:


  • Check back later for new announcements.


  • Current Graduate Students

  • Check back later for new announcements.


  • Current Undergraduate Students

  • Applications are EMAILED to eligible students. Be sure to check your email and adhere to the deadlines.

  • Denver SPE Scholarship CLOSED. Awards TBA Spring 2015.

  • SPE Roswell Scholarship TBA Spring 2015.

  • Chevron Scholarships Awarded September 2014.

  • AADE Dallas/Ft. Worth. Awarded December 2014.

  • Fagan Scholarship Awarded October 17, 2014.

  • Not Available. Schwering Roughneck Scholarship.

  • Capitol Bar/Earl DeBrine TBA April 2015.

  • Dallas SPE TBA Spring 2015.


  • As scholarship announcements appear, you will be able to review the criteria here. ALL applications are turned in to Karen (MSEC 300A) by the posted department deadlines.

    Prospective Students

    Gus Archie Scholarship Program

  • The Gus Archie Memorial Scholarship is supported by the Archie Fund of the SPE Foundation and awards an outstanding student who plans to enter a university and pursue an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering. The student will receive $6,000 per year for up to four years of university study.

  • The application is available online through spe.org, http://www.spe.org/scholarships/archie.php. You will need to create a login to apply. Application deadline April 30 every year.





  • For all scholarships, read the instructions carefully to make sure that you are eligible and that you include all required materials. If the scholarship says you must be a member, be sure your membership information is current!

    Unless otherwise stated, all materials must be delivered in person to MSEC 300A - emailed submissions will not be accepted.

    Call Karen at 575.835.5412 or email for more information.


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