The School of Computing and Information is pleased to offer the following scholarships, awards, fellowships, & assistantships to SCI undergraduate and graduate students. These awards, which are funded through the generosity of alumni, friends, foundations, and corporations, are offered to SCI students who demonstrate academic accomplishments and leadership skills.

Please review the financial assistance page for your program of study to learn more about eligibility, limitations, and deadlines for application. Additional questions should be sent to Wesley Lipschultz, Director of Student Services.

External Funding

Nationality Rooms Summer Study Abroad Scholarships: The purpose of the Nationality Rooms Summer Study Abroad Scholarships is to enable Pitt undergraduate and graduate students to have an in-depth immersion in another culture for at least five weeks. It is important that applicants choose a program that will maximize their contact with the populace abroad and be accepted by the University for credit.

Office of Research funding sources: The University of Pittsburgh Office of Research have identified a variety of funding sources for students in both undergraduate and graduate programs.

University Honors College

The University Honors College advises undergraduates, seniors, and alumni who are interested in pursuing national and international awards. These opportunities both recognize past accomplishments and give students enriching educational experiences beyond the classroom. The UHC provides guidance and support on scholarship, fellowship, and grant competitions.

  • The David C. Frederick Scholarship provides $10,000 in tuition support to three full-time undergraduate students.
  • The University Honors College (UHC) Scholarship Program provides $2,000 in tuition support to approximately forty outstanding undergraduate students each year.
  • National Scholarship Advising is available to all Pitt undergraduates and alumni. As a first step towards National Scholarship advising, attend a general information session held on Mondays at 12 PM and Tuesdays at 12 PM in the Cathedral of Learning, room 1229. All opportunities require a great deal of preparation, so START EARLY.
  • Honors College Research Opportunities