Seidenberg Scholars Programs
The Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems seeks outstanding high school students interested in pursuing a degree in computing. Through the generosity of Ivan G. Seidenberg, this unique scholarship program is available to outstanding students. We invite the nominations of exceptional students who have a demonstrated creative interest in the computing sciences. Students can self nominate or be nominated by a teacher or guidance counselor.
Serious candidates will have followed a college-prep program, having taken or currently completing at least three years of science and four years of mathematics. Candidates will typically have a high school average of at least 90, and verbal and mathematics combined scores of at least 1250 with a minimum 650 on the mathematics SATs. Those students who submit the ACT will need a combined score of at least 28. A demonstrated interest in computing including innovative activities will be strongly viewed.
This is up to a $25,000* scholarship that will be renewed annually**.
* This includes up to a $10,000 Seidenberg Scholarship, and a $15,000 Honors College scholarship. For students eligible for financial aid, these scholarships will not exceed the cost of attending Pace University.
** In order to maintain the scholarship, students must apply for financial aid every February, maintain a grade point average of at least 3.50 by the end of each year, participate in a mentoring program in their first and second years, participate in research with a faculty member by their junior year, and consider applying for a Fulbright scholarship for their senior year.
Please sent all inquiries to:
Jonathan Hill, DPS
Dean, Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Phone: (212) 346-1864
163 William St
NYC, NY 10038