The Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering (HMCSE) awards a variety of scholarships for students majoring in the programs within the College. Additionally, many of our departments have scholarships that are awarded by the department. Please contact your home department for details about scholarship opportunities at the department level.
Below is a list of scholarships available from the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering Dean's Office. These scholarships are awarded by a scholarship committee that reviews applications and makes the recommendation for receiving the scholarship and the award amount.
|Department||Name of Scholarship||Criteria|
|Computer Science||Computer Science Scholarship||For graduate students in Computer Science that meet enrollment requirements.|
|Computer Science||Lancy C. Jen Scholarship for Excellence: Computer Science||Full-time students with a major in Mathematics or Computer Science. Students must maintain a minimum B average in all college-level courses and show accomplishment in discipline related endeavors.|
|Computer Science||Michael Page Douglas Memorial Scholarship for Computer Science||For students who are juniors or above with a major in Computer Science and have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.|
|Computer Science||NDIA Cybersecurity Scholarship||Preference will be given to upper-level students majoring in computer science with a cybersecurity specialization maintaining a minimum GPA of 3.0.|
|Computer Science||Nick Johnson Academic Scholarship||Full-time undergraduate students with a major in Computer Science. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0.|
|HMCSE||Cox Communication Scholarship||For students that meet enrollment requirements. Preference will be given to a graduate student majoring in one of the School of Science and Engineering disciplines and maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Additional consideration will be given to students whose area of focus is in the holodeck and complex data visualization.|
|HMCSE||HMCSE Endowment Scholarship||For merit and/or need-based undergraduates, that will provide funds to attract and maintain top students. Scholarships will reward upper-level students who are achieving academic excellence and provide the opportunity to participate in project-based learning activities in the School of Science and Engineering.|
|HMCSE||National Defense Industrial Association, Gulf Coast Chapter||Preference given to students who reside in the greater Eglin community, pursuing an undergraduate engineering and/or other technical fields of study in the College of Science and Engineering, maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.5. Scholarships will be renewable commensurate with University policies.|
|HMCSE||Pensacola Women's Alliance (PWA)||Full or part-time female student seeking a degree in a professional STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) or business field. Must be a resident of the Escambia/Santa Rosa area, have earned a minimum of 60 credit hours and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.|
|HMCSE||Pensacola Women's Alliance (PWA)||For students seeking a degree in a major in the School of Science and Engineering that meet enrollment requirements.|
|Mathematics||Lancy C. Jen Scholarship for Excellence: Mathematics||Scholarships for UWF enrolled full-time students with a major in Mathematics or Computer Science. Students must maintain a minimum B average in all college-level courses and show accomplishment in discipline related endeavors.|