If you are looking for a university with a plethora of scholarships to offer, do not scroll past this! The University of California San Diego is calling for applications to its undergraduate program. The eligible students shall be receiving awards from an exhaustive list of scholarships that UC San Diego has to offer. These scholarships are not only based on merit but also on financial, athletic, family, etc., backgrounds. First-year students who are keen on doing community service and are active members of society should apply for these scholarships.
The university aims to reach out to students who can perform well but need financial assistance to fulfil their dreams of quality education. Other than that, students with excellent educational achievements are encouraged to avail of these scholarships so that they can use the university platform to achieve greater success. These scholarships will work as a stepping stone to a student’s career goals, and UC San Diego is proud to be part of this.
The University of California San Diego is one of the topmost universities in the United States. Its research-based curriculum is what attracts students to avail of its various scholarships. A public university, it is spread across 1,152 acres with over 40,000 students. The university equips students with the required knowledge and skills to become changemakers who can voice out their opinions and ideas pertaining to modern-day world issues.
The following table provides a quick view of the applicants:
|Organization||University of California San Diego|
|Number of Awards||17|
|Nationality||Domestic and international|
|Country||United States of America|
|Application Deadline||November 30, 2020|
Who May Be Eligible?
The eligibility criteria for students who desire to apply are:
- The UC San Diego scholarships are not limited to only residents of the U.S. Although some require permanent residence, there are a few international scholarships as well
- High School graduates seeking degree programs are eligible
- California Dream Act students may also apply
How to Apply
To avail the various scholarships, the applicants must file their UC Application for Admissions and Scholarships. Candidates will be awarded the scholarships based on their eligibility and merit by UC San Diego. They need not appear for any entrance and are not judged based on any standardized tests. Students are not required to file both FAFSA and California Dream Project Application but only one of the two.
- Required documentation to avail financial assistance
- California Dream Application
Students will be eligible to receive the following scholarships after the necessary application process:
- Regent’s Scholarship (Merit-based): $8,000 for 4 years
- Ellen and Roger Revelle Scholarship (Merit-based): $10,000 for 4 years
- UC San Diego Athletic Scholarship: Educational Fund
- Chancellor’s Scholarship: Educational Fund
- CREATE Undergraduate Scholarship: $500 for one year
- Hispanic Scholarship Council Scholarship: $20,000 for four years
- Charmaine and Maurice Kaplan Scholarship: Up to $5,000 per year
- Dr A. R. Moossa Scholarship: $8,000 for four years
- George Parker Memorial Scholarship: $8,000 for four years
- Gerald and Inez Grant Parker Foundation Scholarship: $3,000 for four years
- Ray and Betty Ramseyer Scholarship: $20,000 for four years
- Shimotori Memorial Scholarship: $5,000 for four years
- Shores Scholarship: $7,439-$29,754 for 4 years
- Student Foundation Scholarship: $2,000 for 1 year
- Ludwig and Ada Strauss Scholarship: $5,000 for four years
- Mary S and Joseph W. Watson Scholarship: $10,000 for four years
- Allene Huanani Wong Scholarship: $40,000 for four years
The application deadline is November 30, 2020. The application process is now open on the university website. Students should submit their applications on or before the deadline. Incomplete and late submissions will be cancelled.