B. John Garrick Foundation Scholarship

For undergraduate students who are pursuing a degree in the physical sciences with an emphasis on risk-informed studies relating to energy or the environment who have evidenced scholastic ability by maintaining a GPA of 3.5.

Brian T. and Katherine Hill Scholarship

For Computer Science students with a 3.0 or above GPA in a Computer Science program at BYU.

Carl Joseph Christensen Scholarship

For juniors or seniors.  Scholastic standing is to be considered, however, there is no specified GPA requirement.

Computer Science Endowed Scholarship Fund

For selected students who are pursuing a degree in the Department of Computer Science and who have evidenced scholastic ability by maintaining a GPA of at least 3.5.

David C Meyers Endowed Scholarship Fund

For students pursuing a degree in the Computer Science Department.

Doyle C. And Sandra J. Udy Endowed Scholarship

For students with at least a 3.0 GPA, committed to complete their education and abide by the honor code.

Elrod Leany Scholarship

For students who work in their department for a minimum of 10 hours per week and have a minimum 3.2 GPA.

Grant A. Young Scholarship

For undergraduate students who are pursuing a degree in the biological or physical sciences at BYU and who have evidenced scholastic ability by maintain a GPA of 3.5.

Ira & Betty Meyers Scholarship

For students who are married, have children, and are attending after 3 years or more away from school. Students must have maintained a GPA of 3.0.

Jessie Allan Werner Scholarship

For students in the college with a 3.0 GPA. Preference is given to students whose course of study emphasizes the interface between bioscience and any area of the physical, mathematical, and/or computational sciences.

National Instruments Computer Science Endowed Scholarship Fund

For selected junior or senior students who are pursuing a degree in Computer Science, who are enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours, who have maintained a GPA of 3.5. 

Nephi A. Christensen Endowed Scholarship

For students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.  

Questar Scholarship

For students pursuing a degree in geological sciences, geophysics, other physical science degrees, or business and business-related degrees such as finance or computer science. Students nominated for this award or his/her parents/family should have lived for at least 3 years in the service areas covered by Questar (may include school in Utah for 3 years). Service areas include: Utah, SE Idaho, SW Wyoming and W Colorado.

Robert E. Nord Scholarship

For qualified students who intend to pursue a JD or MBA degree. Minimum GPA of 3.5 during two academic years preceding the award.

Robert Linebarger Endowed Scholarship Fund

For selected students in the Computer Science Department who have evidenced a scholarship ability by maintaining a 3.5 GPA.

Ronald K Ririe scholarship

Undergrad student. GPA can be considered.

The Mark D. Swanson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by Romaric Corporation in the summer of 2020 to honor the life of Mark D. Swanson, Romaric co-founder, Vice President, and board member. It is the desire of Romaric Corporation to continue Mark's legacy of excellence, wisdom, leadership, passion for software development, dedication to ongoing personal development, infectious positive attitude, and enthusiasm for life by offering this scholarship to a student who exhibits these same traits. The Mark D. Swanson Memorial Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that focuses on rewarding ambitious, dedicated, goal-oriented individuals with a background in computer science. This is a one-time award of $5000. Financial need is considered, however, all students majoring in computer science, software engineering, or a related field and attending Brigham Young University are encouraged to apply. Assisting passionate students in making their dream of majoring in Computer Science or related field a reality is the main objective of this scholarship.

Tracie R Allred Endowed Scholarship

For students majoring in computer science who are in their junior or senior year.