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Scholarships

Search "computer science" in this scholarship search for details about the following scholarships. 

Other scholarships can be found at the Independent University Alumni Association at Lowell.

Computer Science 25th Anniversary Fund
Scholarships are awarded once each academic year to students pursuing a degree in Computer Science, who are at the sophomore, junior, or senior level in their degree program, with an academic record indicating a 3.0 grade point average or higher who are in good academic standing, and who demonstrate financial need through established federal financial aid formulas.

Bryon Drigian Memorial Scholarship Fund
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to students in the Computer Science Department at the university.

Professor Patrick D. Krolak Innovation Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to students in the Computer Science Department at the university.

William and Elizabeth O'Shea Scholarship
(50% of total disbursement, split with another College)
Awarded to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in computer science. Students must be enrolled full-time for a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester. Awards may be continued on a semester basis until graduation, conditional upon satisfactory performance and continued financial aid eligibility. Scholarships may be awarded on a merit or need basis.

P.M. Raj Fund for Excellence in Computer Science
Scholarship recipients must be declared graduate majors in the Computer Science degree program; must be pursuing an M.S. degree in Computer Science; must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5. Preference will be given to Indian students, then US students, otherwise, any student may be eligible. If candidates are equally qualified, preference should be given to the candidate most in need of financial assistance. Technically a discretionary endowment but often (almost always) given as scholarships.

Martin J. Schedlbauer Computer Science Endowment
The purpose of this fund is to support the Computer Science Department at the university. Technically a discretionary endowment but often (almost always) given as scholarships.

Shulman Fund for Excellence in Computer Science
To support the Computer Science Department at the university.

Ziagos Family Endowment Fund
The purpose of the fund is to support the mission of the Computer Science Department or the WUML radio station at the university.
   
Professor George Grinstein Scholarship Fund

The Professor George Grinstein Scholarship Fund was established by Jian Lou and provides scholarships to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in computer science. Students must be at the freshman or sophomore level of their degree program and demonstrate financial need through established federal financial aid formulas. There will be two annual awards of $10,000 in fiscal years 2016 to 2020.