A new college scholarship, given by Delta Network Services, has been established to support OCC students looking to surpass their educational goals. The scholarship encourages success, fosters scholastic achievement and provides financial assistance to students in the field of computer information systems.
“Delta has long been among our most generous donors,” said Dan Jenuwine, Executive Director of the Oakland Community College Foundation. “This scholarship is a new way to help and encourage students preparing for high-demand fields and we are grateful for their support.”
The new Delta Scholarship will provide four $2,500 awards for students in Computer Information Systems (CIS) degree programs, a field in high demand according to PayScale’s 2017-18 College Salary Report. OCC currently has four CIS programs: Business Systems Analysis, Cybersecurity, Information Technology Support and Software Engineering.
- Recipients must attend Oakland Community College and can be enrolled either part-time or full-time in a Computer Information Systems degree program
- Must have completed a minimum of six (6) credit hours of instruction at Oakland Community College. Transfer credit hours count toward eligibility.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen.
- Must demonstrate scholastic achievement with a minimum 2.5 GPA.
- Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need as determined by OCC Student Financial Resources and Scholarships Department.
The application deadline is February 5. For more information on applying for this scholarship or others, visit OCC’s New Online Scholarship Management System.