Scholarship Details Posted
The details on what is included with the Community Engaged Scholars in Computer Science scholarship program are now posted!
This program offers students scholarships of $8,125 per year for four years ($32,500 total), with additional community building activities such as: a week-long expenses-paid head start program before classes start in the fall; a CS 101 course introducing you to the department and the greater computer science community in the San Francisco Bay area; cohort enrollment in lower division courses; faculty and alumni mentoring; a CS 301 career prep course; $1,000 in funding to attend a conference; and a CS-specific service learning course.
See the What’s Included page for details.
Scholarship Program Launched
We are delighted to announce that the Community Engaged Scholars in Computer Science scholarship program at the University of San Francisco is now officially funded by the NSF Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program (S-STEM) under Grant No. 1833718. The program will start funding scholars this Fall 2019!
This initiative was started by Professor Sami Rollins before she joined NSF as a Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education. See the About section for the entire team that made this happen!