About the Scholarship

The scholarship was created by Southland Industries to honor David Peters, a tireless advocate of recruiting quality and an ASHRAE member.

The ASHRAE Scholarship Program is designed to encourage and assist heating, ventilating, air conditioning and refrigeration majors education through its granting of scholarships and fellowship. one-year scholarship available annually to a qualified undergraduate mechanical or architectural engineering student enrolled full-time in a four or five-year bachelor degree program at one of the institutions specified in the official website.

ASHRAE seeks to motivate students to pursue an engineering or technology career in the HVAC&R field, part of the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) industry.


How to apply for this scholarship?

  • The scholarship application is available at the official website, all applicants are required to fill and submit the online application form before sending the official documents.

  • A student must submit an official transcript and ACT/SAT grade cards to prove his/her excellence in academics.

  • In addition to that, an applicant must give a letter of recommendation and an evaluation letter from the college professor.

  • All official transcripts and reference letters must be signed and submitted in individually sealed envelopes with the application.


Award Amount and Deadline

The ASHRAE scholarship amounts to $5000 per year to only one qualified student and the award is non-renewable.

All specified official documents and online applications are to be submitted no later than 1st December 2019 to the financial aid division of the instition.


Eligibility Criteria

  • A student must be a qualified undergraduate mechanical or architectural engineering student.

  • A student must enroll full-time in a four or five-year bachelor's degree program in one of the institutions at California State University, Arizona State University, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Milwaukee School of Engineering, etc.

  • The student must demonstrate a need for financial assistance, leadership ability, and character.