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ASHRAE Society Scholarship Program

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38 Society scholarships available for 2020-2021



Through its scholarships, ASHRAE seeks to motivate students and prospective students worldwide to pursue an engineering or technology career in the HVAC&R field, part of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industry. The Society’s Scholarship Program also serves the public interest by aiding in the education of men and women to become qualified to practice as engineers in HVAC&R.

Over the course of 30 years ASHRAE has awarded over $2.25 million to 400+ deserving students.

Sydney Bellows

“It is such an honor to be the recipient of a scholarship named for ASHRAE’s first woman president. It will allow me to cut back my hours at work, focus more on my education, and become more involved in department organizations like ASHRAE. My coursework and my growing involvement with ASHRAE have affirmed for me my decision to pursue a career in this industry, specifically in HVAC design.”

Sydney Bellows, Kansas State University, Architectural Engineering, Lynn G. Bellenger Engineering Scholarship, 2019-2020

Ethan Engle

“I would like to extend my since gratitude for being named the recipient of the 2019 Reuben Trane Scholarship. The Kansas State student branch chapter of ASHRAE has afforded me the opportunity to meet numerous professional in the HVACR industry, and to connect with some of our great faculty. I greatly appreciate ASHRAE’s commitment to furthering the education of engineering students, and hope to pay it forward as a future engineer and ASHRAE member.”

Ethan Engle, Kansas State University, Architectural Engineering, Reuben Trane Scholarship, 2019-2020


Rachel Coyle

“I want to thank you for awarding me with the generous Setty Family Foundation Scholarship, for the 2018-2019 academic year. Please know that this award will be put to good use. I look forward to expanding my knowledge of the HVAC industry and pursing opportunities where I can have a positive impact on the industry. Again, thank you for your generosity.”

Rachel Coyle, Pennsylvania State University, Architectural Engineering, ASHRAE Region III Setty Family Foundation Scholarship