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A list of scholarships for the school of computing students.
Weber State and Private Donor Scholarships
Apply through the Specialized Scholarship Application process
CS Department and Private Donor Scholarships
CS Students can apply for scholarships through the CS department each Spring Semester
This scholarship application is typically open Feb 1-Feb 28. Please check back then.
Salle Mae Bank is pleased to announce our 2019-20 Scholarship program
The Bank is offering: fifteen (15) $5,000; ten (10) $2,500; and ten (10) $1,000 one-year scholarships
Applicants may either be enrolled full time for the entire year (24 credit hours or more over two semesters); or enrolled full time one semester and in practicum for the other semester
Applications must may be mailed as instructed and must be postmarked ON OR BEFORE April 6, 2019. Please direct any questions to scholarshipsSMB@salliemae.com, or contact Claire Scott at 801-320-3775. Thank you for time and efforts in disseminating to your students.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 to serve as a living memorial to honor the lifetime work of Senator Barry Goldwater, who served his country for 56 years a soldier and statesman, including 30 years in the U.S. Senate.
Important DatesFirst Tuesday in September:
Goldwater Online Application Opens
- Early September to Late January:
Individual internal campus deadlines are determined by each institution’s Goldwater Campus Representative. Check with your Goldwater Campus Representative for specific dates.
- Last Friday in January:
Goldwater Foundation’s nomination deadline (5 p.m. Central Time)
- Late February:
Nomination packets reviewed by independent review committee
Goldwater Foundation Board of Trustees reviews and votes on slate of Scholars and Honorable Mentions
- Last Friday in March:
Scholars and Honorable Mentions Announced (11 a.m. Central Time)
The WEST scholarship program is an NSF sponsored program to recruit more students to STEM degrees, financially support STEM students through graduation, articulate the strategies and resources available to them to successfully complete their degrees, develop student leaders, and provide professional mentorship to the WEST scholars.