Scholarship Information

The School of Computing (SoC) offers tuition waiver and merit-based scholarships to pre- and full-computer science and computer engineering majors who are currently enrolled at the University of Utah. Awards are available for full-time students for fall and spring semesters only. CS/CE scholarship applicants are also eligible for scholarships awarded through the College of Engineering (COE). Note that some COE scholarships require additional essays, but only one application is required for all SoC and COE scholarships. The scholarship application deadline is February 1 each year, for the following fall and spring semesters.

Incoming transfer students and entering freshmen should apply for University Scholarships or College of Engineering Scholarships.

BS/ MS students are eligible to apply for School of Computing Scholarships, but are only eligible to receive undergraduate scholarship funding while they are in the undergraduate portion of the program.

Departmental Tuition Waiver Scholarships: These awards are available to matriculated (degree-seeking) students majoring in computer science or computer engineering who are residents of the state of Utah. They cover up to $5,000 of resident tuition for fall and spring semester. To be eligible, students must take at least 12 credit hours per semester and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.

School of Computing Scholarships: These awards are available to all computer science and computer engineering majors. They range in value from $500 to $6,000, and are made possible by generous donations from the School of Computing faculty, alumni and companies. To be eligible, students must take at least twelve credit hours per semester.

College of Engineering Scholarships: The College of Engineering awards several scholarships to the top students in the college. CS students may apply for COE scholarships simply by filling out the online application for a CS scholarship. The College also has scholarships available for financial need.

Interested in donating to or establishing a scholarship?

Please contact:
Chris Coleman
(801) 581-8580