Scholarships & Assistantships
School of Computing Undergraduate Scholarships
The School of Computing offers competitive scholarships for undergraduate computing majors. Read about criteria and deadlines and apply for awards online.
School of Computing Graduate Assistantships
All graduate student assistantships and fellowships are awarded competitively. A limited number of graduate assistantships are available each academic year.
Typically, first year graduate students can receive some tuition assistance and scholarship. Teaching assistantships are reserved for applicants that have the credentials to support the instructional mission of the School of Computing, which includes at least eighteen hours of graduate computing coursework. Research assistantships for funded projects are periodically available are generally awarded to students whose abilities have been demonstrated in coursework relating to a particular project.
The application is due the April 15th for consideration for fall/spring awards.
Other Scholarships and Financial Aid
Other financial aid may be available to you to support your educational pursuits. Be sure to visit the Financial Aid guides to learn about funding opportunities.