The Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering (CSE) awards a variety of scholarships for students majoring in the programs within the College. Additionally, many of our departments have scholarships that are awarded by the department. Please contact your home department for details about scholarship opportunities at the department level.
Below is a list of scholarships available from the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering Dean's Office. These scholarships are awarded by a scholarship committee that reviews applications and makes the recommendation for receiving the scholarship and the award amount.
|Name of Scholarship||Criteria||Award|
|National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Science and Engineering Scholarship||For transfer students who major in one of the Hal Marcus CSE disciplines with a preference given to students transferring from Northwest Florida State College. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.0.||Amounts vary.|
|IT Gulf Coast Scholarship||For students from computer engineering and computer science with a preference give to upper-level students.||Amounts vary.|
|Cox Communications Scholarship||For graduate students with majors in the Hal Marcus CSE disciplines. Additional consideration will be given to students whose focus is in the holodeck and complex data visualization. Recipients must maintain a GPA of 3.0.||Amounts vary.|
|The Society of American Military Engineers (SAME-Pensacola Post) Scholarship||Awarded by the Dean of the Hal Marcus College of Science and Engineering to undergraduate students majoring in Engineering or Engineering Technology. Preference is give to student members of SAME.||Amounts vary.|
|Data Processing Management Association (DPMA)(Pensacola Chapter) Scholarship||For students who are members in good standing with the Pensacola DPMA Chapter. The recipient is selected by the Computer Science department.||Amount limited to tuition and matriculation fees.|
|Pensacola Women's Alliance||One time scholarship for a full or part-time female student seeking a degree in a professional STEAM or business field. Student should currently be a resident of the Escambia/Santa Rosa area, earned a minimum of 60 credit hours and a minimum 2.5 GPA.||$500|