Computer Science Scholarships

According to the Institute for College Access and Success, 69% of students—that’s 7 in 10 seniors—accrued an average of $28,400 in student loan debt in 2013. Federal loans generally place students on a 10-year repayment track; however, it can take up to 20 years to pay off the debt. Steep interest rates often lead to higher than expected monthly payments, and attempting to stay on the 10-year track can set students back substantially each month. As a prospective computer science student, it’s easy to assume financing your degree will require mountains of debt.

Here you’ll find our curated list of computer science scholarships, as well as our extensive scholarship database. These opportunities will put you well on your way to reducing your tuition burden. We’ve also included an overview of how financial aid works to help you complete the picture and confidently plan your education.