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Scholarships for Continuing Undergraduate Students

Learn about scholarships that are administered by UC San Diego for continuing undergraduates.

Please note:

How to apply for the UC San Diego continuing undergraduate scholarships listed below:

  1. You can apply online for many of the continuing undergraduate scholarships listed below. Look for the online application at the end of November using the Financial Aid tool.
    • File your online application by 11:59 p.m., February 4, 2019.
    • Correct or update your online application any time up to the deadline.
  2. Some scholarships require a paper application and will have different deadlines. Refer to the list below to find PDFs.
  3. File a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) OR if AB540 eligible and not able to file a FAFSA, file a California Dream Application by March 2, 2019. Do not file both.
  4. UC San Diego will consider you for any UC San Diego scholarships for which you qualify.
  5. Eligibility is limited to United States citizens or permanent residents (green card holders), or AB540 eligible students.
  6. UC San Diego will e-mail you notification of any scholarship awards in August. Check your application status online using the Financial Aid tool.

You may qualify for two types of scholarships – merit scholarships and restricted scholarships:

Merit scholarships: Merit scholarships are based solely on academic achievement. Merit scholarships are listed first and marked below.

Restricted scholarships: Restricted scholarships are awarded on academic merit plus additional criteria such as demonstrated financial need, field of interest, leadership. If selected, you may need to provide supporting documentation to verify how you meet the restricted criteria. All personal and medical information remains confidential. Scholarships below are restricted unless otherwise marked.

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William Stout Scholarship - Merit

  • Eligibility: Academic merit, with a preference for students majoring in the Arts & Humanities.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

William F. Rogers Jr. Scholarship - Merit

  • Eligibility: Academic merit, with a preference for students majoring in Social Sciences
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Alumni Leadership Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually.

C.B. Arrott LGBTQ Endowed Scholarship

  • Eligibility: UC San Diego undergraduate students with a record of active involvement in the LGBTQIA+ community.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000.

 

Charles and Cora L. Ash Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Academic merit and demonstrated financial need, with preference for students majoring in Biological Sciences.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000.

Bay Area Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, with demonstrated financial need, college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and has graduated from a high school in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

 

James W. Barnes Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Mechanical, Electrical, Computer Engineering or Computer Science majors, with 3.0+ cum GPA, and demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

 

Darcy and Robert Bingham Endowed Scholarship

  • Eligibility: UCSD student employees, working 15+ hours per week, at least one quarter in the current academic year and will continue working Fall, Winter, and Spring in the upcoming academic year. Requires supervisor recommendation letter.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,100

 

Errett Bishop Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Mathematics majors, who will be juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with demonstrated financial need. Preference will be given to senior applicants.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $3,000

 

Boeing Engineering Scholarship

  • Eligibility: U.S. citizens who are Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science majors, with demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

F. Thomas Bond Revelle College Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Revelle College students who will be seniors in the upcoming academic year, have a 3.7+ cum GPA, and participated in significant extra-curricular campus activity
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award, minimum of $1,000

Ken Bowles Scholarship for CSE

  • Eligibility: Full-time Computer Science and Engineering majors, who will be seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA. Preference given to students with demonstrated financial need, and who may have knowledge or experience with the UC San Diego Pascal Application
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,500

Braille Transcribers Guild Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Current students who are legally blind or have substantial, uncorrectable vision loss
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000 per year
  • Paper application? No. Candidates are selected in March from the students registered with UC San Diego's Office for Students with Disabilities.

Breaking Barriers Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Students who are currently registered, in good academic standing with a cumulative UC San Diego GPA of 2.50 or higher, who entered prior to the Fall 2017 quarter and who plan to graduate on or after Spring 2019. Students must complete the scholarship application form, submit two letters of recommendation, a resume, vitae and/or creative representations of qualifications (poetry, videos, expressive arts, performance, etc.), and a student essay showing your involvement and commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion and social justice.
  • Award amount and term: One award, $1000.00

See the Breaking Barriers application (PDF) for details.

Brutten Family Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Gregory T. Bryan Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who are Social Sciences or Arts & Humanities majors, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, have demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award, paid at up to $2,000 annually.

Cambon Family Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time Economics majors who will be juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award, paid at up to $2,000 annually

LCDR Gregory A. Chauncey and Naomi C. Broering Veterans Engineering Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Undergraduate students at the Jacobs School of Engineering, with a preference that the scholarship will be awarded to U.S. citizens who are naval combat veterans. They must have served in either the U.S. Navy or U.S. Marine Corps, and assigned to a combat zone. In the event there are no combat applicants, it can be awarded to any service person or veteran who served in the cited services
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

CK and Jenny Cheng Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Computer Science, Electrical or Computer Engineering majors, at the Jacobs School of Engineering, based on academic merit
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Brython P. Davis Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Students whose parents are or were a regular member of the U.S. Navy or Marine Corps.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Dottie Conway Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Thomas B. Curtis Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Biology, Chemistry, or Physics majors, who are juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with at least a 2.75 cum GPA. Must demonstrate interest in the larger world around them with leadership level involvement outside the classroom through participation in the following activities in order of preference (1) student government, (2) clubs, (3) community affairs.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

William Denman Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Outstanding Philosophy, Comparative Religions, or International Relations majors based on academic merit.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Klara D. Eckart Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Computation (Computer Science), Mathematics, or Physics majors based on academic merit.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Richard L. and Fern W. Erion and Laidlaw-Erion Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Seniors in the upcoming academic year, with demonstrated financial need, and high academic standing
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Willis & Jane Fletcher Foundation and Peter T. Fletcher Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Continuing student with sophomore standing in the upcoming academic year who is a graduate of a San Diego County high school, with demonstrated financial need, and community service
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,500

Marye Anne Fox and James Whitesell Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Natural Sciences or Engineering majors. Preference is given to students with demonstrated financial need, and dependents of UC San Diego employees
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award, amount varies

Jaye Haddad Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Current students diagnosed with cancer, AIDS, AIDS-related conditions, or physical disabilities, registered with UC San Diego's Office for Students with Disabilities, and have demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Hajim Family Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who are Visual Art majors, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and have college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000

Kevin T. Hart Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and has experienced either mental illness or homelessness personally or through experiences of a family member
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Philip and Elizabeth Hiestand Scholarship for Transfer Engineering Students

  • Eligibility: U.S. citizen transfer students, who are Engineering majors, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, and demonstrated financial need. Preference for students who served in the U.S. military
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $4,000

E. Coke Hill Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Academic merit and demonstrated financial need, with a preference for students majoring in the Social Sciences.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

JAY '93 Undergraduate Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Economics majors, with a 3.75+ cum GPA, and demonstrated financial need. Preference given to students from Los Angeles County
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,800

Knapp Family ‘67/’90 Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Third or fourth year undergraduate students with demonstrated high financial need.
  • Award amount and term: One-year award up to $2,500.

George Kurata ’67 Leadership Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Currently enrolled juniors or seniors with a 3.0+ GPA, have demonstrated financial need; and have academic, campus, or community leadership experience. Preference for applicants who have achieved the highest award in either Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts. Examples include the Boy Scout Eagle Scout Award and the Girl Scout Gold Award. Other Boy Scout awards for consideration are the Venturing Scout Summit Award and the Sea Scout Quartermaster Award. 
  • Award amount and term: As part of the Alumni Leadership Scholarship Program, awards are $2,000 for up to two years.

Robert and Arleen Lettas Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Social Sciences majors with demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,500

LGBTQIA+ Scholarships

  • Eligibility: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual students.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Kathryn Lane Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time Revelle College juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to two years at $2,000 annually

Liu Family Scholarships

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Kyoko Matsuda Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Physics majors, who plan to teach at the high school level. Preference given to students with demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Violet and Matthew Lehrer Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Jeffrey R. Leifer Scholarship

  • Eligibility: First-generation college students (i.e. parents are not graduates of a 4 year college) with demonstrated financial need who graduated from California high schools that have historically been underrepresented at UC campuses
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Joseph H. Lima Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Students from an immigrant family (student or parents born outside the U.S.), who have immigrated or are immigrating to U.S., including those with visa status of “asylee”, who have demonstrated financial need and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership. 
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Marchick-Rallo Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who have a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, have college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and have or are currently participating in UC San Diego Student Government
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Alice Marriott Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Academic merit and demonstrated financial need with a preference for Biological Science majors
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Marx and Marshall Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Gay, lesbian, bisexual and/or transgender students with significant contribution to gay and lesbian community. Preference give to students with demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Diana C. Miles Scholarship

  • Eligibility: UC San Diego students, with a preference for undergraduates who are actively interested in music and/or are Music majors
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Stanley E. Mills Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Microbiology majors or related fields of study, with a 3.0+ cum GPA. Preference will be given to students interested in studying nutrition or aging
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Karen Moraghan Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Communications majors, who are full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Nelson Family Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

LaVerne Noyes Foundation Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Direct descendants of U.S. World War I veterans (i.e. four months of U.S. service prior to November 11, 1918), with demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

O'Leary Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

George Parker Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Students with demonstrated financial need, who were orphaned for at least 3 years prior the age of 18, and/or who were raised in foster care for at least 3 years immediately prior to the age of 18
  • Award amount and term: Renewable, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Madge Paulson Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Female juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ GPA, demonstrated financial need, and have academic, campus, or community leadership experience.
  • Award amount and term: As part of the Alumni Leadership Scholarship Program, awards are $2,000 for up to two years.

Tara and Philip ’99 Payne Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Third or fourth year Muir College undergraduate students with demonstrated high financial need.
  • Award amount and term: One-year award up to $2,500.

Cheryl Renee Persky Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Electrical Engineering or Computer Science majors
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award, amount varies

Sven Peterson Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: A Warren College sophomore or junior in the upcoming academic year, majoring in an area other than Engineering or Life Sciences, who has been named to the Warren College Provost’s Honors list at least one quarter, and has a 3.0+ cum GPA
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award of $4,500

Portillo Family Christian Scholarship

  • Eligibility: First generation students (i.e. parents did not attend college), with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, who are active members of self-identified Christian student organizations registered with the Center for Student Involvement, i.e. “Christian” appears in the name of the student organization or in the purpose/ description. Preference given to those who have graduated from a Los Angeles County public high school
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Tenie Remmel Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Division of Physical Sciences majors, based on academic merit, who have demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

Gary C. Reynolds Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Combined Mathematics-Computer Science majors, who will be juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who show exceptional promise for making future contributions in their field of study. Prior recipients of this award are not eligible.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,500

Italo Scanga Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Visual Arts majors. Faculty Letter of Recommendation required.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Malcolm R. Stacey Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Continuing Jewish students of any major who have college-level academic, campus or community service leadership. Preference given to Engineering/Aeronautical Engineering majors and orphans.
  • Award amount and term: 1-year awards up to $2,000

Student Foundation Scholarships

  • Eligibility: Continuing students of any major who have demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service leadership.  Students are selected based on their GPA, community service, and personal statement.
  • Award amount and term: 1-year awards up to $2,000

 

Summer Research Scholarship for Military Veteran Students

  • Eligibility: Undergraduate student veterans who plan to enroll in classes for the upcoming academic year.
  • Awarded amount and term: One $5,000 award.

Summer Research Scholarship Application for Military Veteran Students

Tom Tucker Alumni Leadership Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time junior or senior in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, college-level academic, campus or community service/leadership, and have or are participating in UC San Diego Student Government
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $10,000

Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering, Communications, or Political Science/Public Policy majors, and other programs touching on networked systems, who are also active in supporting the LGBTQIA+ community. Preference given to students with experience or interest in research, with high academic merit, and demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,500

Revelle College Inaugural Class Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Revelle College juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year with a 3.0+ GPA, and campus/community leadership, or volunteer experience.
  • Award amount and term: A one-year award up to $2,400; renewable.

Russ Ty Scholarship

  • Eligibility: LGBTQIA+ students with academic merit and demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative Engaged Scholarship Fellowship

  • Eligibility: Registered UC San Diego students interested in the communications aspect of maintaining climate neutrality, reducing GHG emissions, and positively impacting the environment.
  • Award amount and term: Awards ranging from $2,500 to $4,000
  • Application: http://faoforms.ucsd.edu/forms/ClimateCommunication.pdf 

UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative Research Fellowship

  • Eligibility: Registered UC San Diego students interested in doing research towards maintaining climate neutrality, reducing GHG emissions, and positively impacting the environment.
  • Award amount and term: Awards ranging from $2,500 to $4,000
  • Application: http://faoforms.ucsd.edu/forms/ClimateResearch.pdf 

UC Global Food Initiative Fellowship/Internship

  • Eligibility: Registered UC San Diego students interested in doing research on urban agriculture, sustainable food systems, and food justice.
  • Award amount and term: Three $4,000 awards
  • Application: http://faoforms.ucsd.edu/forms/GFI.pdf 

UC San Diego Faculty-Staff Employee Dependent Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Students with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, who are dependents of UC San Diego employees
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award, amount varies

UC San Diego LGBT Resource Center Scholarship

  • Eligibility: LGBTQIA+ students with significant experience with issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $1,000

UC San Diego Town and Gown Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.65+ cum GPA, with demonstrated financial need, who show exceptional promise for making future contributions in public or community service (including but not limited to foreign affairs, medicine, social service, and political science).
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $6,000

UJIMA Network Black History Month Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Undergraduate, currently enrolled full-time students, who have demonstrated academic achievement in the study of African American history or culture, through a research paper or publicly presented creative work. Nomination by UC San Diego Faculty. Application available at http://faoforms.ucsd.edu/forms/UJIMA.pdf
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,500

Patricia Ordonez Valva Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and academic, campus, or community leadership, and have suffered the death of a parent from cancer or who has cancer affecting an immediate family member
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

Varga-Bacinski-Dillon Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Third or fourth year undergraduate students with demonstrated high financial need.
  • Award amount and term: One-year award up to $2,500.

Vickerman/Munoz Family Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time transfer students, junior or senior standing in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Visual Arts Endowment Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Visual Art majors with academic merit and demonstrated financial need.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $4,000

Volt Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who are Engineering or Arts & Humanities majors, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated academic, campus, or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Sarah Roman Vyse Physics Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Physics majors, who are full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Walsh Chacon Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and who can meet one or more of the following requirements: Come from zip codes 92113, 91950, 92154, or 91910; are UCSD Preuss School graduates; or attended the Toussaint Academy of the Arts and Sciences
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

C. Robert Wartell Memorial Alumni Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who have a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and have demonstrated interest in law or justice
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000 annually

Robert and Pat Whalen Military Transfer Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Transfer students who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces as enlisted or non-commissioned officers, have demonstrated financial need, and are Engineering majors. Preference given to those who have transferred to UC San Diego through Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) or UniversityLink.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award, amount varies

Paul '82 and Erika White Scholarship Endowment

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, who are California residents, with a 3.0+ cumulative GPA, have college-level academic, campus or community service/ leadership, and demonstrated financial need
  • Award amount and term: A 2-year award up to $2,000

Woo Family Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Full-time juniors or seniors in the upcoming academic year, first-generation college students (i.e. parents are not graduates of a 4 year college), with a 3.0+ cum GPA, demonstrated financial need, and demonstrated college-level academic, campus, or community service/leadership
  • Award amount and term: Up to 2 years, paid at up to $2,000 annually

Bebe and Marvin Zigman Scholarship

  • Eligibility: Undergraduates, born in California, who are Arts or Humanities majors, who are meaningfully involved in foreign language study, with a 3.0+ cum GPA, and demonstrated financial need. Preference for students interested in a career in Foreign Service.
  • Award amount and term: A 1-year award up to $2,000

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