Scholarships in Information Technology And Systems

DPMA/pc Annual Scholarship

Award: $1,000, Deadline: May 31

Applicant must be a graduating high school senior from Oregon or Washington state who is attending an Oregon or Washington state university or college with a major in an information technology-related curriculum. Selection based upon academic performance, information technology-related career goals, recommendations, previous experience/interest in information technology, and financial need.


NSF Scholarship

Award: -, Deadline: February 15

Applicant must be an incoming freshman student who is majoring in computer science or information technology and systems. Selection is based upon strength of curriculum and academic performance throughout high school, standardized test scores, supplemental essay, and interview with the dean and/or faculty from the School of Computer Science and Mathematics.


Dave Chamberlain Scholarship

Award: $5,000, Deadline: April 30

Applicant must be a graduate of Evergreen School District who is pursuing a degree in education.


HTR Scholarship

Award: $1,000, Deadline: December 15; May 15

Applicant must be a college student who is studying in IT or related fields. A short essay regarding what the applicant will do with their degree is required.


Technology Scholarship for Women

Award: $5,000, Deadline: November 16

Applicant must be a full-time female student pursuing a technical degree such as computer science, mathematics, information technology, etc. Software project developed outside of applicant's school or paid work is required.


Betsy Y. Justus Scholarship

Award: $1,000, Deadline: June 30

Applicant must be a female college freshman, re-entry, or transfer student who is a North Carolina resident enrolled at an accredited institution in North Carolina. Must be a STEM major with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Essay, transcripts, proof of acceptance, and letter of recommendation required.


Wayne V. Black Memorial Scholarship

Award: $5,000, Deadline: January 26

Applicant must be a full-time undergraduate student in good academic standing at an accredited college or university in the U.S. Must be majoring in computer science, engineering, engineering technology, information technology, political science, pre-law, or telecommunications. Biography, essay, copy of transcripts, and references required.


Google SVA Scholarship

Award: $10,000, Deadline: January 27

Applicant must be a currently enrolled full-time veteran or active duty undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in computer engineering or computer science. Resume, copy of current transcripts, two letters of reference, three essays, and DD 214 or Active Duty orders and Memorandum of Understanding from commanding officer required.


Dr. Robert W. Sims Memorial Scholarship

Award: $3,000, Deadline: February 15

Applicants must be U.S. citizens and residents of Florida. They must be enrolled in or plan to enroll in a postsecondary degree program in computer science, information technology or a related subject at an accredited school in Florida. They must be full-time students and must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Selection is based on the overall strength of the application.


AFFIRM University Scholarship

Award: -, Deadline: Varies

Students must be college juniors or seniors at Syracuse University or the University of Maryland-University College. Applicants must be pursuing a degree in information technology (IT) or a related subject, must be enrolled full-time (12+ credits) and must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or more. Selection is based on academic merit, an academic letter of recommendation and financial need.


The Future of Video Surveillance Scholarship

Award: $1,000, Deadline: September 1

Applicants must be an undergraduate enrolled in a 2-year or 4-year college or university studying or planning to study criminal justice or information technology. Students must be enrolled full time in the fall semester. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Applicants will submit via email a 1,000-word-essay on one of the given prompts: How do you envision video surveillance playing a role in your professional and personal life in the next 10 years? What impact do you think your generation will have on video and electronic monitoring in 10 years?