Crawford Lewis Scholarship Information

The Department of Computer Science at Lamar University awards the Crawford/Lewis Scholarship each spring semester to two to four incoming or current students in the bachelor's program in Computer Science or Computer Information Science. The scholarship award is about $1200, and it is awarded in two payments, half in the fall semester and half in the following spring semester. Traditionally, the scholarship has been awarded to an academically exceptional incoming freshman. Dr. and Mrs. John Crawford established the Crawford/Lewis Scholarship in Computer Science in memory of her father, Edward Lewis.

Criteria: The scholarship is open to undergraduate students seeking a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Computer Information Science . The recipient must be a full-time student taking a  minimum of 12 semester hours and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.

To be eligible for this scholarship you must provide the document requested in the Special Information Question on the general application.

If you would like to apply for the Crawford/Lewis Scholarship for this academic year, please go to LU Connect and click on myScholarships before March 1.


Dr. Stefan Andrei, 
Chair Department of Computer Science