Computer Lab Student Scholarship

The Open-Student Computer Lab Scholarship was created, funded and is driven entirely by student employees of the lab every semester.

Donate to Scholarship

Students organize and run special events that fund the scholarship through:

  • Book sales
  • Raffles
  • Selling advertising space on Computer Lab Screen Savers

In addition to raising funds for the scholarship, the students also donate their funds to local community organizations. Last year, the students collected $500 by donating an hour of their wages and made blankets for the Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. This spring, they collected 248 books and donated them to the local children’s center.

 

Scholarship Includes

Based on available funds, the recipient is awarded a minimum of $1000 up to a full scholarship of $2800 for a semester of school.

Requirements

To be awarded the scholarship the applicant must:

  • Be an Open-student computer lab employee for at least one semester
  • Have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Have high participation in lab activities and engaged in community service learning activities

The selection is made my a scholarship committee consisting of WSU faculty, staff and community members.

Apply for Scholarship

Computer lab student employees who meet the above requirements may apply for the scholarship through the scholarships channel in your eWeber portal.

2018-19 Recipients

madison Van ormanMadison Van Orman
Study Abroad Scholarship

Madison Van Orman, a graphic design student, will be studying at Cardiff Metropolitan University in Wales. She plans to travel to art and design museums and historical sites throughout Europe. Along with traveling, Maddy loves to play guitar and sing, ski, and play with her two golden-doodles. 

Follow Maddy’s Trip Here

 

 

 

jordanJordan Lowder
Lab Scholarship

Jordan Lowder, a biochemistry major, hopes to become a surgeon one day. “I want to make a difference in someone’s life and the best way to do that is to help save their life,” He said. Jordan spends most of his free time studying for the MCAT exam and plans to start medical school after graduating from Weber next spring. When he has extra time he spends it playing disc golf and soccer with his friends or with his mom, two sisters, and his two golden retrievers.

 

 

 

 

Past Award Recipients
 

 

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