College of Science and Technology Scholarships

There are more than 20 scholarships available for College of Science and Technology full-time undergraduate students in all degree programs. Eligibility is limited to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. These scholarships include the following opportunities.

  • The Chachkin-Kean Fund for Undergraduate Research provides financial support for students who participate in the College of Science and Technology’s Undergraduate Research Program, assisting with faculty research in the student’s major field of study.
  • The College of Science and Technology Alumni Endowed Scholarship was established in 2014 by the College’s Alumni Board to recognize students who demonstrate academic excellence.
  • The Jules J. Sheldon, DDS, Endowed Scholarship was established in 2010 by a bequest from Jules J. Sheldon, CST ’43, DEN ’47, to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the College of Science and Technology.
  • The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation Award for Academic Achievement is awarded to a student who has demonstrated academic excellence within the Alliance for Minority Participation program.
  • The Robert and Rita Cook Science Scholars supports exceptional incoming College of Science and Technology students with paid summer research and academic and professional development.
  • The Seda Tarzian Scholarship, established in 2006 by Seda Tarzian, CST ’48, supports academically talented students majoring in the sciences, with preference given to those who experience socioeconomic or educational disadvantages.

Learn more about College of Science and Technology scholarships.

Find additional scholarship sources through Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising.

Computer and Information Sciences Department & Mathematics Department Scholarships

Scholarships available to undergraduate students in the Computer Science and Physics Program include the following opportunities.

  • The Computer and Information Sciences Junior Scholarship is an annual fund that awards scholarships to juniors in the Computer and Information Sciences Department who demonstrate outstanding performance.
  • The Francis James and Helen C. Sholomskas Progress to Excellence Scholarship is awarded to juniors or seniors majoring in Mathematics.
  • The John A. Poole Memorial Scholarship, established in memory of John A. Poole, professor of chemistry from 1964 to 1999, is awarded to a junior or senior majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics or Physics who demonstrates academic excellence.
  • The Petchon Family Computer and Information Science Endowed Scholarship is awarded to undergraduates who have demonstrated academic excellence in Computer and Information Science.
  • The Scott Hibbs Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship, established by Christopher Gali, CST ’94, is awarded to undergraduate students majoring in Computer and Information Science who have demonstrated academic achievement.

Learn more about College of Science and Technology scholarships.

Merit Scholarship Summer Educational Enhancement

The College of Science and Technology encourages students with Merit Scholarship eligibility to apply for summer research opportunities across all majors. You can gain real-world experience and contribute to cutting-edge research alongside faculty.

This program provides you with a summer stipend so you can participate in ongoing research projects. The stipend covers 300 hours of research throughout the summer.

Learn more about participating in Summer Educational Enhancement opportunities.

Financial Aid

Follow these steps to apply for financial aid. Learn how your student status affects your financial aid options and application process. Read about your educational grant and loan options.

Contact Student Financial Services at sfs@temple.edu or 215-204-2244 with any questions you might have.

Federal Stafford Loans

Applying for federal Stafford loans requires completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). At Temple University, unsubsidized Stafford loans are available to full-time students up to a maximum amount of $20,500 annually.

Federal Work-Study

Eligibility for the Federal Work-Study Program is based on the applicant’s need as determined by the information on the applicant's FAFSA. In addition, students must be enrolled at least half time and maintain satisfactory academic progress. Students are paid biweekly for hours worked.

Learn aid, scholarship and work-study options at Student Financial Services.