Computer Science


There is no formal application process for the first three scholarships listed, they are merit based.

students at computersDavid Bristol Scholarship in Computer Science

The David Bristol Scholarship in Computer Science was created by Mark Griffis and Dave Robertson to honor David Bristol, a UNCW computer science graduate who utilizes his skills to improve the lives of millions of retirees. The donors hope that the recipient will use this opportunity to better their own and others' lives. The recipient must have been accepted into the College of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science, must maintain a GPA of 3.67 to be eligible for award or renewal, and will demonstrate a current personal interest and commitment to community affairs, non-profit volunteerism, and community or public service. Contact the Department of Computer Science for more information.

Computer Science Chairs Scholarship

The Computer Science Chairs Scholarship is awarded annually. The recipient must be a computer science major at UNCW and can be an undergraduate or graduate student. The scholarship is a merit scholarship and the recipient is selected on demonstrated academic ability.

Fletcher Norris Scholarship

The Fletcher Norris Scholarship is available for students majoring in computer science. This is a merit scholarship and recipients must have an overall 3.00 GPA and at least a 3.20 GPA in computer science. Applicants must have completed 11 or more hours of core computer science beyond an introductory computer science course. Recipients must have at least one additional semester of study remaining.

Connie S. Harris Memorial Scholarship

The Connie S. Harris Memorial Scholarship was created by The Red Tent Book Club in memory of Connie Harris, one of the original six members of the club. The recipient must have an indicated interest in pursuing a degree in engineering and must submit a two part essay outlining his/her interest in engineering and defining success. The award amount is $500. Contact the Two-Plus-Two Program in Pre-Engineering.