Financial Aid & Scholarships

Clark Scholars 

The Clark Engineering Scholars program provides selected students with an annual need- and merit-based scholarship and a range of experiences designed to develop and hone engineering and leadership skills. The scholarship is renewable each year based on academic performance and participation in the program.  The program seeks engineering students with leadership skills and a keen interest in the engineering profession.

Learn more about the selection criteria and application process.


Computer Security and Information Assurance Scholarships
These scholarships are provided for service in computer security and information assurance, and they are for U.S. citizens only. The scholarships include tuition/fees/books/room & board + $8,000/year for undergraduate students. For more information on the scholarships and their requirements, please visit the Cyber Security & Privacy Research Institute website.

Patrick J. Martin Foundation Scholarships
The Patrick J. Martin Foundation, founded in 2005 by Patrick and Donna Martin, is a charitable foundation primarily focused on encouraging the study of math and science at the college or undergraduate level. While the scholarship is available to students applying to any University, preference is given to those students who wish to study at Iona College, New Rochelle or The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Please visit the Patrick J. Martin Foundation website for more information.

Freshman and Transfer Scholarships
The George Washington University is committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and rewards exceptionally qualified students with academic scholarships. Recipients of these competitive scholarships represent a wide range of economic, cultural, and geographic backgrounds. Unless indicated, applicants are automatically considered for scholarships as part of the admissions process, and no application is required. Visit the Undergraduate Admissions site for more information about scholarship offers for freshman and transfer applicants.

Association of Old Crows (AOC) Educational Foundation Scholarships
The Association of Old Crows (AOC) Educational Foundation (AEF) will provide two scholarships to college students studying in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). These scholarships are funded by a $25,000 donation from the Raytheon Corporation. Two scholarships in the amount of $12,500 each will be awarded in May 2018.  The deadline to apply is March 30, 2018.

Scholarships & Fellowships: Diversity & Inclusion Initiative

Scholarships & Resources for Hispanic and Latinx Students