Carnegie Mellon University

School of Computer Science

The School of Computer Science does important work that benefits humanity — conducting foundational research, educating future computer scientists, collaborating across disciplines and thoughtfully exploring the ethics of computation. 

Your support makes it possible for SCS’s faculty and students to solve real-world problems and improve the way people live, work and play. 

Explore more about how you can be a part of the School of Computer Science’s Make Possible Campaign Initiatives or make an annual gift to one of these important funds: 

  • The SCS Outreach Fund 
    Empowers SCS efforts to inspire and support kids everywhere, regardless of school district, to have the opportunity to study computer science. 
  • The Mark Stehlik SCS Alumni Undergraduate Impact Scholarship 
    Recognizes and supports SCS undergrads working to make a difference both in the field of computer science and the world around them. 
  • The Dean's Innovation Fund 
    Allows SCS to quickly support exciting new research — from student projects to groundbreaking faculty endeavors — and to support efforts that improve the quality of life for SCS students. 
  • Scott Krulcik Scholarship Fund in Computer Science  
    Supports a merit-based scholarship to acknowledge and reward current junior or senior undergraduate student(s) who are enrolled in CMU's School of Computer Science and who have clearly demonstrated the core traits, attitude and approach that embodied Scott.