How do I pay for it?
Best quality. Best value.
We remain the most affordable four-year college in the state for students from families earning $30,000 or less, and are among the most affordable for families with incomes of $75,000 or less.
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Computer engineering major
Hopper-Dean Scholarship recipient, Honoring Dr. Vipin Kumar
“CSE has connected me with some of the most influential people in my life, and I cannot thank enough the alumni who sponsored scholarships for me.”
Astrophysics and physics major
Robert K. Anderson Scholarship recipient
“With scholarships, financial burdens have not been a huge issue for me and I’ve been able to pursue research. I am deeply indebted to my donor for this opportunity to study here."
CSE Alumni Society Scholarship recipient
"Scholarship support has given me the freedom to fully pursue my studies and responsibilities in oSTEM, and it has made me a more confident undergraduate researcher."
An active alumni network and strong business community lead to paid internships and co-ops for many CSE students.
Earn while you learn
Each year, hundreds of CSE undergraduate students work side by side with faculty on research projects in every department.
Crossing new borders
Henry Croll, a civil engineering major with a focus on water and environmental engineering, hopes to not only make an impact in his community but to also make an impact worldwide.
Come see us!
The best way to see if we are a fit for you is to visit campus. Meet other students and hear about our academic programs.