You have financial options with your college planning, and we're here to help you find the best options for your situation.
Ideally, paying for your education is a long-term process of building and using a collection of savings, institutional aid, free money, and — if necessary — loans. However, there are many avenues for financing your education. Find out how financial aid and scholarships can help the financial pressure.
The following scholarships may be available to qualified undergraduate students. Check each scholarship for eligibility requirements. Additional information may be available in the School of Computing and Informatics office located in OLVR 222.
Hub Enterprises, Inc., Endowed Scholarship for Computing & Informatics
The purpose of the Fund is to provide academic scholarships to students in accordance with the following preferences:
- Student must be a U.S. Citizen
- Student must be classified as a Junior or Senior to receive this award
- Student must have at least a cumulative 3.0 G.P.A. to be eligible
- Student must be majoring in either Computer Sciences or Informatics program in the School of Computing and Informatics
John and Cathleen Lozes Endowed Scholarship for Computer Science and Informatics
The Fund purpose is to provide academic scholarships to one student per academic year who is pursuing an undergraduate degree in Computer Science or Informatics, or a related technologic field of study, according to the following criteria:
- Student recipient must be admitted to the University and enrolled as a full-time student
- Student recipient must have a minimum 3.2 GPA, based on a 4.0 scale (or GPA greater than 80% of max)
- Student recipient must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA, based on a 4.0 scale (or GPA greater than 75% of max)
- Student must have completed over 20 % of classes required for the degree
- Preference given to students who have utilized their degree-related knowledge and skills within external settings (internships, paid jobs, and/or volunteer activities)