There are many fellowship and scholarship opportunities available to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in computer science and computer engineering in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University. There are national programs and awards that are administered by the department or the university. These awards provide various levels of support, ranging from a few hundred dollars to significant stipends (e.g., $30,000/year), full tuition and fees, and other expenses.
Review the Computer Science and Engineering Process and Policy before submitting your application. Apply online at http://osis.cse.tamu.edu. After logging in to the One-Stop Information Source (OSIS) at CSE@TAMU, the welcome screen will appear. On that screen, follow the directions forApplications, Requests, and Document Submission. Remember to upload your résumé with completed application. In order to receive full consideration for scholarships and assistantships, all applications with résumés must be received by June 15. Recipients will be notified by an email from Theresa Roberts during the Fall 2013 semester.By applying at the above link, you apply for ALL the Computer Science and Engineering Scholarships at this one place.
Please contact Program Coordinator Theresa Roberts if you have any questions about the application process:
Office: 326C Teague Building
Office Phone: (979)862-3405
A number of scholarships are available through our Industrial Affiliates Program (IAP). These scholarships are $1,500 and are available to undergraduate and graduate students, based on need and merit. The number and amount of these scholarships are based upon contributions from corporate sponsors and may vary from year to year.
ACCENTURE FOUNDATION ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: juniors pursuing a degree in computer science with a GPA of 3.2; Involvement and leadership capabilities within the CSE Department and outside the College of Engineering; U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident.
SUSAN M. ARSEVEN '75 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: undergraduates majoring in computer science; female student, U.S. resident.
JEFFREY JOHN BECKER '82 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: 3 year continuous beginning sophomore year; Co-op; GPA requirement of 3.0.
MARIE & JIM GALLOWAY '29 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: recipients with financial need; Preference to GPA requirement of 3.0; U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident.
RAYMOND H. EUBANK '48 FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: GPA requirement of 2.5; Texas Resident; member of the Corps of Cadets.
UDO & MARIE POOCH FELLOWSHIP - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident; financial need; student of a faculty member who encourages U.S. students to pursue graduate education and effectively mentors his/her students.
ELKIN SCHOLARSHIP IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING - $1,000.00* each
Preferred: Texas Resident; enrolled in Honor Level courses in the CSE Department; classified as a junior and/or senior and enrolled in upper level classes; not currently receiving scholarship support for more than 20% of tuitions costs.
2013 FIRST Scholarship Opportunities
In support of the FIRST mission, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering is offering one (1) merit-based scholarship for $1,500 to high school seniors who have participated on a FIRST team during their school career. This scholarship must be utilized for undergraduate courses in either computer science or computer engineering in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Each recipient must meet the regular academic requirements for admission to Texas A&M University and the College of Engineering.
The scholarships listed in this section are offered by institutions outside the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Please do not contact the department about details regarding these scholarships. Where available contact information has been provided for your convenience.
Scholarships Administered by Engineering Student Services and Academic Programs (ESSAP)
Multiple scholarships from several donors. Offered to engineering students with a GPA of 2.75 or higher. Students must be currently enrolled in a major in the Dwight Look College of Engineering and be working on their first baccalaureate degree. Applications will be evaluated on scholastic achievement, leadership, financial need, special circumstances, number of family in college currently and first generation in college. For more information and an application, please visit the ESSAP Scholarships webpage.
Some of the opportunities in this section are for undergraduate students and some are for graduate students. In many cases, undergraduates can apply for graduate fellowships while undergrads.The scholarships listed below have different deadlines and eligibility requirements, and they also vary from year to year for the same program. So be sure to check the details before and applying and don't wait too long before starting an application - most of the applications require letters of recommendation or official transcripts that will take some time to collect.