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Accenture Scholarship - Recipients shall be students enrolled as a CS major at Missouri S&T-Preference shall be given to incoming freshman - Selection of the recipient(s) of the award(s) shall be made by the CS Scholarship committee.
Computer Science Alumni Scholarship Fund - Must be enrolled as a CS major at Missouri S&T-selection of recipients shall be the responsibility of a CS Scholarship committee-Preference will be given to students who are not currently receiving other grants, awards, scholarships or fellowships.
John W. Hamblen Computer Science Endowed Scholarship Fund - Recipients should be CS majors-students must show evidence of need, and have a minimum cumulative grade point of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale-Co-op students are not to be excluded from consideration for this award-Recipients shall be nominated by a committee of tenured faculty of the CS department -Final selection shall be the responsibility of the Student Financial Aid office at Missouri S&T.
Howard L. and Lois M. Cook Endowed Scholarship Fund - One scholarship will be awarded each year, amount determined by amount of investment income accumulated each year-not to exceed 500.00 - Recipient of the scholarship shall be an outstanding junior or senior student in CS and shall be selected by the CS Department.
Rex Widmer-RWS-Software Archaeology Computer Science Scholarship - Recipients shall be incoming freshman students as a CS major at Missouri S&T-Scholarship shall be awarded on the basis of high academic achievement with criteria including a high ACT or SAT score-selection of recipient shall be by the CS scholarship committee.
Ellen M. Hodges Memorial Scholarship - Scholarship will be awarded to female students enrolled as a CS major -if they are not qualified applicants of that description, the committee shall award the scholarship to a female student in another technical field-selection of recipient shall be by the CS scholarship committee.
Google Anita Borg Scholarship - The Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship was established to honor the legacy of Anita Borg and her efforts to encourage women to pursue careers in computer science and technology. The scholarship is offered in the United States , Canada , Europe , and Australia .
Boeing - Minority or females (but not limited to).
Garmin - Sophomore or Junior; CS major; 3.5 GPA or above.
Greater Kansas City Community Foundation - Committee that will review applications is giving special consideration to Computer Science majors at Missouri S&T under 21 that demonstrate financial need..My hope is that you will urge your students that meet criteria to apply for the scholarship.
John Lovitt Internet Computing Graduate Research Fund - Selection of recipients shall be made by the Chair of the CS department at Missouri S&T -fund to be used to support research and research assistants in the area of internet computing.
J. Paul Grayson Internet Computing Graduate Research Fund - Selection of recipients shall be made by the CS scholarship committee - fund to be used to support research and research assistants in the area of internet computing.
GAANN Fellowships for U.S. Graduate Students (jointly with Electrical and Computer Engineering)
Your estimated costs for attending Missouri S&T are outlined at: Estimated Student Budgets
Financial Assistance for MS and PhD Students
Financial assistance is available to graduate students at Missouri S&T in the form of assistantships and fellowships. Half-time assistants devote approximately 20 hours per week to laboratory supervision or other departmental duties, including research, and/or teaching, and receive a stipend of $16,650 per academic year for the 2008-2009 school year. Applications for these assistantships may be obtained here. For priority consideration, this application should be submitted by January 1 of each year for the ensuring fall semester.
All applicants for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship (GTA) MUST satisfactorily complete a five-day Instructional Communication Workshop during the week prior to registration week. One aspect of this workshop is the assessment period at the end of the workshop. Each individual will demonstrate the ability to communicate by presenting a brief introduction to a subject in the appropriate discipline. A panel of four individuals, one from the workshop faculty, two students, and one faculty member from the potential teaching assistants' department, will evaluate the candidates' performance at the end of the workshop. A GTA may be granted to the individual only if this assessment period is judged satisfactory.