Available Scholarships

The Seidel Award in Computer Science

Purpose:         To recognize an academically talented upper division computer science major from the Eastern Shore of Maryland who has demonstrated outstanding potential for leadership and service.

Requirements:           1) Junior or Senior Computer Science major

                                    2) GPA 3.0

                                    3) Letter of application

                                    4) Three recommendations, at least one of which must be from a Computer Science faculty member

John A. Wilson Achievement Award

Purpose:         To provide funds to support annual renewable scholarships to incoming freshmen at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, who are studying Agriculture, Hotel/Restaurant    Management, or Math and Computer Science.

Requirements:           1) A high school graduate

                                    2) A minimum 3.0 GPA

                                    3) A record of community service

                                    4) A record of leadership, and demonstrated by extra curricular activities, and/or by serving as an officer in the Student Government.

Dr. Thelma W. Hedgepeth Memorial Prize

Purpose:         To provide funds to support an award to a graduating senior majoring in Mathematics/Computer Science at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.

The Daniel J. Pinkett Award in Mathematics

Purpose:         To honor a graduating mathematics/computer science major who has excelled in the field. Selections are made by the mathematics/computer science faculty.

The Richard Bernstein Achievement Award for Excellence

Purpose:         To provide funds to support an award to a graduating senior majoring in business, accounting, engineering technology, construction management technology, science, computer science or mathematics.

Frank C. Lin Fund

Purpose:         To provide funds to support scholarships for graduate students in Applied Computer Science and who are not U.S. Citizens.

Requirements:           1) Student is not a U.S. Citizen

                                    2) Must have a high academic standing (using cumulative GPA)

                                    3) Must demonstrate student leadership ability

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