SMART Team Scholarship Information

MSOE Grants Scholarships to Former SMART Team Participants

The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is proud to partner with the Center of BioMolecular Modeling SMART (Student Modeling A Research Topic) Team program to offer scholarships to students who have participated on a SMART team.

Scholarship Information
Any MSOE student who participated in the SMART Team program will receive a $1,000 Scholarship.

To be eligible, students must apply and be admitted as a full-time incoming freshman and have participated in the Center for BioMolecular Modeling SMART Team program any time during high school. This scholarship may be utilized for any undergraduate course of study at MSOE. This scholarship is renewable up to four years if the student maintains a MSOE minimum grade point average of 2.25 on a 4.00.

How to Apply
To apply for this scholarship, please complete:

  • A Milwaukee School of Engineering Center for BioMolecular Modeling SMART Team program Scholarship Application (available here)
  • A 500 word essay regarding your SMART experience and your career goals, as well as why you would like to attend MSOE
  • A letter of recommendation from an adult SMART Team Teacher or Mentor


All materials must be submitted by mail by February 1st of student's senior year of high school to:

MSOE Enrollment Office
1025 N. Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202


About MSOE
Founded in 1903, MSOE is an independent university with about 2,600 students. MSOE offers 18 bachelor's degrees in areas such as engineering, nursing, business, management information systems, technical communication, engineering technology and construction management.

In small classes and technologically advanced labs, MSOE's dedicated, expert professors help you develop the knowledge and skills employers and graduate schools seek.  With an average starting salary more than $52,000, and extremely high placement rate, and MSOE graduates step from campus into a bright future.


For more information about the SMART Team scholarships, please contact Shannon Colton ( or 414-277-2824.