Through generous support from the National Science Foundation and Goldman Sachs Gives, Marist College is offering 17 full tuition, room and board scholarships to study Computer Science and Technology.

Marist College is a long-time higher education leader in preparing students to live and work within a technologically driven, rapidly changing world.  Through its partnerships with IBM, Cisco, and other technology leaders, the College‚Äôs sophisticated technology infrastructure is at the level typically found only at advanced research institutions.  Home of the New York State Cloud Computing and Analytics Center, Marist has available three distinct scholarship opportunities for interested and qualified undergraduate applicants interested in pursuing computer science and information technology and systems degrees. These 17 scholarships provide an unmatched opportunity for students to gain academic and professional preparation to succeed in a variety of exciting and high-demand technology fields.

All Scholarship Students Will Receive:

  • Full 4-year tuition, room and board scholarship.
  • A special two-semester active learning Computer Science sequence.
  • A course in self-development tailored for their major.
  • Special advising from the dean and key faculty in the School of Computer Science and Mathematics.
  • Industry mentors from Fortune 500 companies.
  • Opportunity to participate in high-level internships and applied research with Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Goldman Sachs, Cisco, Morgan Stanley and EMC.

NSF Technology ScholarshipsNational Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships

With financial support from the NSF, Marist College is offering 13 scholarships to a diverse cohort of academically talented first-year students majoring in Computer Science or Information Technology and Systems.  Applicant must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, enrolled full-time, and demonstrate financial need.

Goldman Sachs-Duet Family Technology Scholarships

Marist College has received a significant gift from Goldman Sachs Gives to fund full, four-year scholarships for three outstanding members of the Class of 2018 to study Computer Science or Information Technology and Systems. In addition to scholarship funds, students will be mentored by Goldman Sachs technology executives and have opportunities for summer employment with the firm. 

Marist College Computer Science and ITS Scholarship

In addition to the scholarships offered through the NSF and Goldman Sachs, Marist College also provides one full, four-year scholarship to a full-time undergraduate student majoring in computer science or information technology and systems. Student must be academically qualified. 

If you are eligible and interested in these scholarship opportunities, apply today! Our online application for admission can be found at www.marist.edu/admission. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Undergraduate Admission Office at 1-800-436-5483 or admission@marist.edu.

 

 

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