Undergraduate Student Support & Scholarships
Parker Skiba Memorial Scholarship
The Parker Skiba Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Computer Science fund was established in memory of Parker Skiba who died tragically and unexpectedly in 2017. The scholarship in his name will create a legacy of support for future UT Computer Science students who share similar entrepreneurial aspirations.
Turing Honors Scholarship
Help provide more scholarships to recruit and retain students to the Turing Scholars program, which combines all of the advantages of a small, private university with the significant resources of a large research institution. It offers students small classes, close relationships with faculty, and guaranteed honors housing.
Misra Family Endowed Excellence Fund for Diversity and Inclusion
Funds distributed from the endowment shall be used to improve representation among underrepresented populations within the field of computer science. Uses may include, but are not limited to, travel expenditures for the purpose of recruitment of students or faculty, student recruitment events, and programming to improve student retention.
Leonard E. Huber Endowed Scholarship
The Leonard E. Huber Endowed Scholarship was established to to help recruit and retain students admitted to both undergraduate students enrolled in both the McCombs School of Business and UT Computer Science. This scholarship has been able to help many students participating in the
Endowment for Change
Scholarships through the UT Computer Science Endowment for Change are available to incoming and current undergraduate computer science students who have participated in The Academy for All program or are members of or plan to join the Association of Black Computer Scientists, or the Hispanic Association of Computer Scientists.
Academy for Women Scholarship Fund
The Academy for Women Scholarship helps UT Computer Science recruit some of the state's brightest, most talented young women by providing scholarship opportunities to students who attended the Academy for Women and go on to major in computer science at