Decision Support System for Proposing Scholarship Recipients to Best Students using SAW
Each school has a huge number of students. Many assessments can be done on students. Students come from various backgrounds. Some are rich, and some are poor. In the learning process, these students need money so that the continuity of learning goes well. To encourage students, a scholarship is needed to encourage student learning. Decision support systems can help provide recommendations to schools to provide scholarship assistance to eligible students. Several criteria determine the awarding of the scholarship. The Simple Additive Weighting (SAW) method is an excellent method of ranking students who deserve scholarships. This method works based on the five criteria tested. By applying this method, the school will get information on which students are eligible for scholarships.