Information about specific scholarship opportunities that are particularly relevant for UNCG Computer Science students are posted here. Additional information on scholarship and other financial aid is available through the UNCG Financial Aid Office.
Mary Deese Murray graduated from the Women's College (now UNCG) in 1932, and spent thirty-three years teaching high school mathematics and English. After retiring in 1965 she devoted her life to various civic and community activities in Hickory, NC. She was a loyal supporter of UNCG, and a gift through her estate continues to support UNCG students who are majoring in the mathematical sciences (Mathematics or Computer Science). To apply for this scholarship, please refer to the Mary D. Murray Scholarship Application Form [Word (docx) format or PDF form]. Note that before applying, students must have completed and filed a current FAFSA with the UNCG Office of Financial Aid (form available here). Other requirements (such as transcripts) are described on the application form.
The STAMPS (Science, Technology, and Math Preparation Scholarships) program is an NSF-funded scholarship program to increase the number of graduates in majors from the following UNCG departments: Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Geography, and Mathematics and Statistics. Scholarships are competitive, but can potentially provide a substantial portion of your education expenses. For more information, including instructions on how and when to apply, see the STAMPS web page.
UPE, the International Honor Society for the Computing and Information Disciplines, has a scholarship that is open to active members of UPE, and provide from $750 to $1,500. Any active members of UNCG's UPE chapter are welcome to apply. Applications must include a brief essay, transcripts, and a letter of recommendation. 2011 scholarship applications are due June 15, 2011, and more information can be found at the UPE Scholarship web site.