List below are frequently asked questions regarding the MaCS Scholars Program. If you do not find the answer to your question, please send your question to Dr. Jyoti Champanerkar (ChampanerkarJ@wpunj.edu). Q: When did the MaCS Scholars Program begin? A: The program has started since Spring 2021. Q: I am interested in getting more information, where should I start? A: Please fill out the MaCS Scholarship Information Request form. Q: My school is not listed as one of the partner schools, can i still apply for the scholarship? A: Yes, you may apply if you think you meet the eligibility criteria and even if your school is not listed as a partner school. Q: Who should I contact if I have questions about the Mathematics degree? A: You can send an email to either Dr. Jyoti Champanerkar (ChampanerkarJ@wpunj.edu) or Dr. Paul von Dohlen (vonDohlenP@wpunj.edu). Q: Who should I contact if I have questions about the CS or CIT degree? A: You can send an email to either Dr. Cyril Ku (KuC@wpunj.edu) or Dr. Weihua (Daisy) Liu (LiuW3@wpunj.edu). Q: I am already at WPU and pursuing Math / CS / CIT degree. Can I apply for the scholarship? A: Yes, you may apply if you meet the eligibility criteria. Committee will decide based on your merits and availability of funds. Q: Can MaCS scholarship be used to pay for other expenses such as Room and Board? A: Yes, scholarship can be applied towards expenses such as: Tuition and Fees, Room and Board, Books and Supplies, and Transportation. For an exact calculation please consult the Financial Aid Office (FinAid@wpunj.edu). The scholarship has a limit of $10,000 per scholar per year. Q: There are many financial aid opportunities such as “Pledge for Success” and “MaCS Scholarship” at WPU and “Garden State Guarantee” from the state. How do I know which financial aid gives me the maximum benefit? Do I apply to all of them? A: The Financial Aid Office at WPU provides financial consultation to help you figure out. Please send an email to (FinAid@wpunj.edu) to schedule an appointment with one of the financial aid experts: Dan Baker, Stacy-Ann Brown, or Michael Corso. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under NSF Grant # 2028011.