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Scholarships Overview

It is with pride and gratefulness that we are able to provide the following scholarships to our students. We thank each and every sponsor below for their generous contributions to help us help our students Shape the Future of IT.

Joseph and Mary Cacioppo Scholarship in Business

The Joseph and Mary Cacioppo Scholarship was established to recognize Juniors who excel in MIS and who show promise for success in the business world.

Konur Family Scholarship

The Konur Family Scholarship began in 2007 and is given to MIS students who are in their second, third or fourth year of their program. Awards are made to outstanding students based on their merit and promise of success.

LaSalle-Chen Scholarship

Established in 2010, the LaSalle-Chen Scholarship is available to students with advanced standing in MIS or Operations Management. 

The scholarship’s goal is to encourage and support students with significant academic promise that have overcome personal challenges to obtain advanced standing in MIS. The scholarship’s focus is one of encouragement and allowing students to fulfill their promise, and therefore is open to all students who obtain advanced standing in MIS regardless of their current GPA.

William and Florence Schmidt Scholarship

William and Florence Schmidt believed in the importance of making available to youth the opportunity to secure a good educational foundation on which to build a better future.

The William and Florence Schmidt scholarships are awarded each year to MIS students who are making satisfactory progress toward their degree.

The AZSecure Cybersecurity Fellowship Program

With funding from the National Science Foundation, the AZSecure Cybersecurity Fellowship Program offers full scholarships to qualified students in exchange for government service. The program is intended primarily for Masters MIS students, who receive two years of full funding.

In exchange for the funding, the students serve a qualifying, paid summer internship and also commit to working in government service in a qualified agency for two years following graduation. A limited number of fellowships may also be available for undergraduates (up to 2 years funding). [more]

Interested in knowing more about this scholarship? Contact the MIS Director of Undergraduate Programs.