Capitol Scholars Program

Elevate yourself to the highest level of scholarship.

The Capitol Scholars Program is designed for remarkable students who have the ability to excel in the fields of engineering, information technology, and computer science. Your talent for technology and ambitious goals and drive could be the characteristics that earn you a spot as one as few as of five students selected each year to be Capitol Scholars.

Capitol Scholars receive a full scholarship and the opportunity to participate in a prestigious four-year program that is challenging, integrated, and hands-on. The program offers students an encouraging support system, dedicated mentors, and above all, career planning assistance and internship opportunities. Our partnership with the National Science Foundation allows students to step outside the classroom and into a professional environment, allowing them to go further, achieve more, and become future technology leaders.

If you are innovative, hard-working and have a thirst for knowledge, then the Capitol Scholars Program is perfect for you. A full scholarship, a group of dedicated mentors, and an integrated four-year program allows you to focus on living up to your incredible potential. You can become one of tomorrow’s technology leaders, starting today. Rise to the challenge and apply now!.

To be eligible for this scholarship, students must have:

  • a 3.0 GPA or higher
  • a combined SAT CR/M score of 1100 or higher or the ACT equivalent

How to Apply

  1. Apply to the college and be accepted.
  2. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Results must be sent to the Capitol Technology University (School Code 001436) Office of Financial Aid two weeks prior to interviews.
  3. Nominated students are invited to a CSP Interview and Presentation Day to present their academic interests. Students may consult with an admissions representative for interview preparation.

Important Dates

February and March - Interview and Presentation Days

March 1 – Deadline for applications and FAFSA forms

April 1 - Notification of awards