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Boeing BOLD Scholarships

For Mathematics and Computer Science Majors.

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Deadline: Monday, November 3, 2014 at 5pm.

Application Forms: (PDF)


Applications for the Boeing Opportunity for Leadership Development (BOLD) scholarships are now being accepted. Ten scholarships, $2500 each, will be awarded in each of the following schools: John Cook School of Business, Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology, and College of Arts and Sciences.

To be eligible, a student must:

  1. Be a sophomore (as of the beginning of the Fall 2014 semester), junior, or senior (not graduating prior to May 2016) with a SLU cumulative GPA of 3.2 or above;
  2. Have a primary major in one of the four focus areas: business, engineering, mathematics, and computer science; and a secondary major, minor, or certificate in one of the four focus areas.  Students may have a primary major and a secondary major, minor or certificate in the same college or school.  Preference is given to students who have formally declared their major;
  3. Potential to make a significant contribution to the University's goal of providing a culturally, professionally, and ethnically diverse learning environment.

Preference will be given to United States citizens.

Students who intend to complete a dual major or a minor in one of the academic programs listed above are encouraged to declare their intentions with their academic advisor and with each academic department.

Applications for students in the College of Arts & Sciences are available in Ritter Hall 104, and should be returned there as well.  For questions, please contact Dr. Bradley Currey at or 977-2444.


About the BOLD Scholarship

The Boeing Company is committed to preparing leaders for the global workforce.  Saint Louis University offers an ideal partnership opportunity by providing a multidisciplinary and holistic education which is not only recognized for technical excellence, but is also highly regarded for its legendary preparation of the whole person.  Therefore, the BOLD Scholarship presents the Boeing Company with a unique opportunity to select and mentor those students majoring in business, engineering, mathematics and/or computer science at Saint Louis University and with the best leadership potential.


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