Students & Faculty


AIST's scholarships are grouped in seven main categories. The majority of the categories offer multiple scholarship opportunities. Please visit each scholarship page to find our more information, including amounts, guidelines and applications.

►Foundation Brochure

AIST Foundation Scholarships

Open to materials science, metallurgical, electrical, mechanical, industrial, chemical, environmental, and computer engineering majors — apply during freshman, sophomore and junior years.

FeMet Scholarship

Open to metallurgy and materials science engineering majors — apply during sophomore and Junior years. By submitting this application, you will be considered for the FeMET, StEEL and Premier Scholarships.

Steel Engineering Education Link (StEEL) Scholarship

Open to electrical, mechanical, industrial, chemical, computer and environmental science engineering majors–apply during sophomore and junior years. By submitting this application, you will be considered for the StEEL and Premier Scholarships.

AIST Foundation Premier Scholarship

Awarded to the top scoring FeMET and StEEL applications received.

Member Chapter Scholarships

AIST's 22 Member Chapters administer numerous annual scholarships for qualified individuals within their regions.

Endowment Scholarships

Endowment scholarships are funded through AIST donations, but are awarded and administered by individual universities based on need.

Lewis E. and Elizabeth W. Young Scholarships

Administered by AIME, this scholarship applies to undergraduates typically attending Pennsylvania, Virginia or West Virginia universities.