About the Foundation

The Entegris Foundation was established in 2020 to provide scholarship funding to select colleges and universities located in the US or in Taiwan, Korea, and Japan that have US affiliates. (In future years, scholarship opportunities may be available to colleges and universities in additional Asian countries as long as they have US affiliates.) Selected universities will be those with existing Entegris relationships in the US, including internship and new graduate employment opportunities.

The US colleges and universities, and any US affiliates for those based in other countries, must meet the requirements of the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).

About the Company

Entegris, Inc., is a world-class supplier of advanced materials and process solutions for the semiconductor and other high-tech industries. As a global leader in advanced materials science, Entegris has the expertise and determination to help solve the most advanced technology challenges. Every day, and for more than 50 years, our singular mission has been to help customers utilize our advanced, science-based solutions to support a safer workplace; to innovate faster and more efficiently; and ultimately to transform the world.

Entegris’ Corporate Social Responsibility Framework is built around four pillars:

  • Innovation
  • Safety
  • Personal Development and Inclusion
  • Sustainability

For more about Entegris, Inc., visit their website.


Grants are made by invitation only to select colleges or universities (NOT to individuals).

Funding Priorities

Scholarships will be provided to pre-selected domestic and international universities with US affiliates that focus on STEM:

  1. Science,
  2. Technology,
  3. Engineering and
  4. Math

Scholarship award criteria

  • Undergraduate degree program at an accredited college or university with a STEM-related major
  • Enrolled Student (rising sophomore through-rising senior)
  • Underrepresented Students
  • Financial Need
  • Academic Excellence Minimum 3.0/4.0 GPA *
  • Active student leadership such as involvement in campus clubs, sports, and/or student government*

*Students receiving scholarship awards must continue to meet these requirements throughout the three-year scholarship time frame.

Once grants are awarded and the universities have selected the scholarship recipients, Entegris looks forward to creating a relationship with these scholars. The goal is to help these scholars meet their academic and career goals, which could include internship opportunities and possible employment opportunities with Entegris upon graduation.

The list of preselected colleges and universities may vary from year at year at the Foundation Board’s discretion.

Geographic Focus

Funding will be provided to select colleges and universities located in the US or in Taiwan, Korea, and
Japan that have US affiliates.

Additional Asian colleges and universities with US affiliates may be added over time at the Foundation’s discretion.

Types of Support

  • Scholarship Support


  • Application process is by Invitation Only.
  • Scholarship awards are given directly to pre-selected universities, NOT to individuals.

Eligibility Requirements

The Trustees will review applications from organizations that have been invited to apply and are exempt from taxation under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501 (c)(3). If you are a 509 (a)(3) Supporting Organization, please be prepared to provide additional information. Grants are not made to support individuals, nor are scholarships awarded directly to individuals.

Grant Cycle and Deadline Information

Applications must be received annually by April 15th.

Organizations will be notified about grant funding by June 1st or such other date as the Foundation may determine.

Recipients of grants are expected to submit a report on the expenditure of the funds and an evaluation of the project. In addition, grant recipients will provide information on the scholars once selected, including the recipients’ name and contact information, their GPA and field of study, and examples of student leadership. Grant recipients will also submit final reports annually with an update on the student’s GPA, ongoing leadership activities, and any awards received.