The following scholarships are available for students of the School of Computing.

Computer Science and Information Systems Academic Scholarship – Up to $1000 scholarships are available to Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Technology and Cybersecurity students who show outstanding academic performance.

Computer Science and Information Systems Study Abroad Scholarship – Up to $1000 scholarships are available to CS and IS students who study at an institution of higher learning in another country.

School of Computing First Year Endowed Scholarship – Up to $1000 scholarships are available to first year year students who have indicated an interest in majoring in either computer science, cybersecurity, information systems or information technology.

PCEC Graduate Scholarship – The Seymour and Esther Padnos College of Engineering and Computing, School of Computing, and School of Engineering are offering part-time scholarships for MS:ACS/HIB and MSE graduate students entering their first semester of studies at GVSU. This scholarship can be used for tuition on any 3 credit course required within the graduate program.

Eric Maino Community Technology Award – To reward students pursuing careers in computing and information systems or those who are striving to integrate new technology in their chosen field.

Lt. James W. Parmelee Memorial Scholarship – To provide financial support for students in the Padnos College of Engineering and Computing whose academic success reflects exemplary dedication and perserverance and who are entering their final year of studies.

The Eric John Gillette Memorial Scholarship – To continue Eric’s memory by providing financial support to students with financial need who are completing an undergraduate degree in computing.

Windstream Technology Scholarship (Masters) – This scholarship is designed to provide opportunities for students pursuing a Masters in Applied Computer Science at GVSU.

Initech Global Technology Scholarship - The purpose of this scholarship is to assist and encourage graduates of public high schools who are pursuing higher education in information technology fields. 

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