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Scholarship opportunities available from the American Council of Engineering Companies

acecThe American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado (ACEC) has several scholarship opportunities available through the ACEC organization. These opportunities are independent of the scholarships available to engineering students on the CU Denver campus through the Scholarship Office and require independent applications.  For more information on these scholarships, please visit

ACEC is an organization committed to the fields of engineering and wants to provide dedicated engineering students every opportunity to fulfill their educational goals. Scholarship money is currently available to full-time students from ABET accredited undergraduate engineering programs who are preparing to enter junior, senior, or 5th-year senior status in the fall 2013 semester. Full application information, instructions and deadlines are available at

Don’t wait to apply. The deadline for application submission is Wednesday, January 30, 2013 (postmark) and delivery by Friday, February 1, 2013.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Paul Rakowski or visit





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