PLEASE CHECK WITH THE COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPARTMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS.
All scholarships require full-time attendance (12 hours for undergraduate; 6 hours for graduate) unless indicated otherwise.
All scholarships require a 3.0 cumulative GPA unless indicated otherwise.
All scholarships are for fall and/or spring semester only (summer not included) unless indicated otherwise.
All Computer Science scholarship recipients are selected by the department, with final approval by the ECU Foundation Scholarship Committee.
Any exceptions must be approved by the department chair and the Foundation Scholarship Committee.


CHARLES AND LILA ACKER CENTENNIAL COMPUTER SCIENCE ENDOWMENT
This scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior level student majoring in Computer Science, with preference given to a student with financial need to complete their degree, as selected by ECU's Computer Science faculty members and department chair. Charles and Lila Acker, both graduates, are generous donors to the ECU Foundation.

BRILES SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship will be awarded based on need and a minimum 2.75 GPA. Originally established as part of the Federal Student Loan Program, this scholarship was transferred to the ECU Foundation in 1995.

CHICKASAW NATION ENDOWMENT FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE
This scholarship will be awarded based on the following prioritized items: 1) tuition and fees for Chickasaw students (CDIB required) majoring in Computer Science during a semester in which they serve as an intern at the Chickasaw Nation in the information technology department, 2) tuition and fees for Native American students (CDIB required) majoring in Computer Science, must be either a junior or senior with a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA and a 3.0 program GPA, 3) tuition and fees for any junior or senior majoring in Computer Science with a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA and a 3.0 program GPA. This scholarship may be awarded for the fall, spring, and/or summer terms. For internship recipients, the department chair will verify the enrollment in internship hours and receive a written assessment from the on-site supervisor of the intern at the conclusion of the internship. The assessment results will be used to improve the currency of the Computer Science program. This scholarship is provided through the generosity of the Chickasaw Nation. 

DCT COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND SCIENCES CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT
This scholarship will be available to all students in the College of Health and Sciences, with priority given to students pursuing a master’s degree in a discipline housed in the College of Health and Sciences at the time of the award. Recipient must maintain a minimum 3.25 GPA and be classified as a junior or above. To receive this scholarship, applicants must provide a plan for a community service project (preferably a project that benefits the Ada community) that will be completed during their junior year, and that is verified by a mentoring faculty member. Preference will be given to students providing evidence of community service during their freshman/sophomore year(s). For the scholarship to be renewed during the students’ senior year, they must complete a community service project in collaboration with mentoring a faculty member during their junior year or the student must have presented the activities and results of one of their previous community service projects at a state, regional, national, or international conference during their junior year and provide an acceptable update for the current service project.

FRED AND MARY PFEFFER SCHOLARSHIP (Biology, Computer Science, Environmental Health Science, Nursing, Chemistry)
This scholarship will be awarded to one student in each of the listed categories, requires a minimum 3.25 GPA, and will be awarded for up to eight consecutive semesters as long as all scholarship requirements are met. The Pfeffer’s are long-time residents of Ada and have shown tremendous generosity in assisting ECU students.

ESSIE ROARK COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND SCIENCES CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT
This scholarship will be available to all students in the College of Health and Sciences, with priority given to students pursuing a master’s degree in a discipline housed in the College of Health and Sciences at the time of the award  Recipient must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA and be classified as a junior or above. To receive this scholarship, applicants must provide a plan for a research project that will be completed during their junior year and that is verified by a mentoring faculty member. Preference will be given to students providing evidence of research with mentoring faculty during their freshman/sophomore year(s). For the scholarship to be renewed during the students’ senior year, they must complete a research project in collaboration with mentoring a faculty member during their junior year or the student must have presented previous research at a  state, regional, national, or international conference during their junior year and provide an acceptable update for the current research project.