Computer Science Scholarship

Computer Science Scholarship

Amount: $1000 - $5000 Per Year

Eligibility: High School Seniors and Transfer Students

Application available: August 1
Deadline to apply: January 15
Deadline to interview on campus: January 31

To Apply for the Computer Science Scholarship, you must:

  1. Apply for admission to University of Dallas.
  2. Complete the Computer Science Departmental Scholarship Application and submit two weeks prior to your campus visit and interview.  Attach any supplemental material to the online application OR email to ojhernandez@udallas.edu.
  3. Complete, scan and submit the Puzzle Packet. This exercise should be completed without any outside help and should be completed in under two hours
  4. Schedule an on-campus interview by registering for Odyssey Day or a personalized visit.

Apply for Scholarship

Renewability Criteria:

The Computer Science Department Scholarship is renewable annually for four consecutive school years, dependent upon the student's academic performance and the criteria stated below:

  1. Fulfill general scholarship renewal criteria.
  2. Take the three-course introductory sequence (Introduction to Computer Science, Discrete Structures, Advanced Discrete Structures) by the end of sophomore year and another advanced computer science course (3000-level or above) by the end of junior year.
Click here for more information about the Computer Science program at University of Dallas.

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