To be in the best position to be considered for all possible scholarships, fill out the scholarship form available in the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. Do this by February 1.
This scholarship was established to better the lives of students at EWU by providing support to students that excel in the CS department and giving them an opportunity to continue to advance their education, strengthen their communities and enhance their quality of life. Qualifying students must have declared a major in Computer Science, have a minimum overall GPA of 3.0, must demonstrate financial need and write an essay discussing his/her professional plans and aspirations and how receiving this scholarship would help him/her achieve these personal goals. Leadership and service contributions along with personal circumstances will also be considered. This award shall be used to provide an individual with half of full-time tuition and is renewable if they reapply for the award.
The Computer Science Alumni Endowment scholarship is intended for undergraduate students in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems. Candidates must be full-time students, with junior or senior status, with a departmental GPA of above 3.0 with preference to those with 3.5 or higher. The student must have passed the Advancement Programming Exam and CSCD 320 Algorithms. Apply through the University Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. CS Faculty are directly involved in making the decision on this scholarship. If you would like to donate to the scholarship please visit our online donation form.
This scholarship is for an undergraduate student in a Bachelor of Science degree program in the Department of Computer Science. A student must be at the sophomore, junior, or senior level, with demonstrated financial need. The student must have completed at least 45 credits at EWU and have obtained a 3.5 cumulative GPA for the most recent 45 credits attempted at EWU. Apply through the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. The EWU Scholarship Selection Committee makes decisions on this scholarship according to the established criteria.
The Ray Hamel Endowed Computer Science Scholarship is intended for either graduate or undergraduate students in computer science. Financial need and academic merit will be assessed in determining awards. Apply through the University Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. Computer Science faculty are directly involved in making the decision on this scholarship.
The Randy Park Fellowship is intended for graduate students in computer science involved in research. The stipend can be associated with a teaching assistantship. Apply through the University Financial Aid and Scholarship Office. Computer Science faculty are directly involved in making the decision on this scholarship.
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The University also has other scholarships, not particular to computer science, that computer science students may well be eligible for. Check them out at the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office website.
*Note: While scholarship funds generally follow a regular schedule of awards, on occasion the revenue on the fund may not support disbursement of the scholarship for that year.
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