UCLA Scholarships 2019 [UPDATED]

UCLA Scholarships are open apply now. Looking for scholarships for University of California, Los Angeles There are various UCLA Scholarships available at UCLA for undergraduates and graduates and other levels. The Scholarship Resource Center (SRC) was established at UCLA in 1996 to provide UCLA Scholarships information, resources, and support services to all UCLA students, regardless of financial aid eligibility. UCLA Scholarships are available for first year students, continuing students as well as for transfer students. Although UCLA primarily assist UCLA’s undergraduate students, UCLA offer resources for graduate students as well. Applicants to UCLA are encouraged to apply for scholarships which are managed by Financial Aid and UCLA Scholarships department by completing the scholarship section of their admission application. UCLA’s financial aid professionals will make every effort to help you to pay for your education. Kindly explore the list of available scholarships at UCLA below:-

UCLA Scholarships for First-Year Students

Acacia Fraternity Frank H. Reinsch Memorial Scholarship: University is offering scholarship in which preference will be given to sons, daughters, grandsons, or granddaughters of Acacia Fraternity members or Freemasons. $5,000 per year. Recipients of the Acacia Scholarship may renew the award each year until graduation if they remain in good academic standing. A maximum of eight Acacia Scholarships at UCLA are awarded each academic year. Any eligible undergraduate may apply for the award in any year (freshman through senior.) Funding is renewable through the senior year only.
Leah Bettleman Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded for entering first-year students with high financial need and high school GPA between 3.5 and 3.9 (on an 4.0 scale).
D. Lewis and Lynn Bosley Mingori Undergraduate Scholarship: Scholarship is available for entering first year students in Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, or entering first year students with select majors within the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences or the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture, with preference to students who are high school seniors graduating from Alexander Hamilton High School. If there are no qualified students from Hamilton, then preference shall be given to LAUSD graduates.
Clay Trust Honors Scholarship: This scholarship is available for entering first year students majoring in physical science who demonstrate financial need and are eligible to participate in College Honors.
Thelma L. Culverson Scholarship: The scholarship is available for entering first-year students from University High School in West Los Angeles only. Award provides full amount of California resident tuition and room and board fees at UCLA.
Myrtle Hickey De Luce Scholarship: This scholarship is available to UCLA undergraduates, with preference to students who graduated from Lincoln, Belmont, or John Marshall High Schools, and participate in at least one extracurricular activity. Award of Minimum $2,000 per year will be awarded.
Delson Scholarship: This scholarship is available to entering students in the UCLA College who submit a Statement of Intent to Register, and who have financial need as determined by the UCLA Financial Aid Office. Candidates must be Bell or Huntington Park High School graduates with a minimum 3.0 high school G.P.A. preference to those who attended Nimitz Middle School.
Draine Family Foundation Scholarship: University is offering this scholarship to North Hollywood High School graduate with a minimum 3.0 GPA, who submitted his/her Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) at UCLA for Fall Quarter. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Award of $1,000 to $2,500 will be awarded.
Virginia Frey Scholarship Application: This scholarship is available to entering first-year UCLA students who are graduates of El Monte High School (El Monte, CA).
MacDougal Scholarship for UCLA Undergraduates: This scholarship is available for undergraduates in which preference will be given to US citizens or permanent residents who are residents of California. In this scholarship, the preference will be given to graduates of Crenshaw, Dorsey, Fremont, Garfield, Jefferson, Jordan, Locke, Manual Arts, Narbonne, Roosevelt, San Fernando, South Gate, and Washington Prep high schools. Applicant must be a full-time, first-year UCLA undergraduate enrolled in the College. The scholarship is renewable if students maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 at UCLA.
Miller/Shigemura Scholarship: The scholarship is available for entering full-time first-year students who are California residents in any UCLA College major with high financial need. Minimum $5,000 amount will be awarded which is, renewable each year.
Edward Scott Morrison Scholarship: This scholarship is available for full-time undergraduate students who Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender but preference will be given to those who are committed to LGBT leadership and have shown a commitment to community service.
National Notary Foundation Scholarship: Scholarship is open to entering first-year students who demonstrate financial need and strong leadership skills but Preference will be given to students with a 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA, U.S. citizens, and California residents.
Nancy Diane Orford Scholarship: In this scholarship, preference will be given to an enrolled UCLA student diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in good academic standing. Students with other disabilities will also be considered.
Gertrude Pomish Scholarship: Scholarship is available to first-year students but preference to entering first-year students who actively participate in and demonstrate a strong record of community service. The award requires financial need.
Don R. Shepherd Scholarship: This scholarship is available for entering first-year students in the UCLA College with preference for those who are residents of San Diego County with a minimum GPA of 3.75.
Don R. Shepherd Guardian Scholar Scholarship: A scholarship for entering first year students who are San Diego County residents and have spent time in foster care.
Stamps Leadership Scholarship: The Stamps Leadership Scholarship (SLP) Program recognizes and rewards exceptional students who exemplify leadership, scholarship, community service, and innovation. Annually, up to ten freshmen candidates will be nominated to receive four-year Stamps scholarships – five California residents and five domestic non-residents.
Carl H. Unruh Undergraduate Scholarship: This scholarship is reserved for adoptees, students that come from a family that includes adoptees, adoptive parents, student parents who have surrendered a child for adoption, foster parents, students that have spent time in foster care and/or students who have a research interest in adoption-related issues.
Jim Varney Scholarship: The scholarship is open to high school students from Tennessee and Kentucky only. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative 3.75 GPA, major in a College of Letters and Science department, and aspire to a career in theater or drama.
Natalie Joy Ward Scholarship: This scholarship is available for entering first year students in the UCLA College or Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, with preference to students who are high school seniors graduating from the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES).
Ola Zuckerman Class of 1934 Scholarship: This scholarship is available to entering first-year UCLA students with high merit and financial need. Award amount of $1,200 value will be available.

UCLA Scholarships for Transfer Students as well as Continuing Students 

Acacia Fraternity Frank H. Reinsch Memorial Scholarship: In this scholarship preference will be given to sons, daughters, grandsons, or granddaughters of Acacia Fraternity members or Freemasons. Award of $5,000 value per year will be awarded. Recipients of the Acacia Scholarship may renew the award each year until graduation if they remain in good academic standing. A maximum of eight Acacia Scholarships at UCLA are awarded each academic year. Any eligible undergraduate may apply for the award in any year (freshman through senior). Funding is renewable through the senior year only.
College Honors Scholarship: Applications are available from the Honors Programs Office on myUCLA. Applicants must be College Honors students to qualify. UCLA students may also link to National scholarships that require College nomination at the Honors National Scholarship List.
Myrtle Hickey De Luce Scholarship: This scholarship is available to UCLA undergraduates, with preference to students who graduated from Lincoln, Belmont, or John Marshall High Schools, and participate in at least one extracurricular activity. Minimum award of $2,000 value per year will be awarded.
El-Erian Scholarship: This scholarship is available for juniors and seniors enrolled in the Education Studies minor with an interest in teaching math and science.
Heather Kase Scholarship: This scholarship is available for UCLA Undergraduate students with a 3.0 minimum GPA, academic potential or excellence, and financial need as determined by UCLA’s Financial Aid Office. Preference will be given to UCLA full-time undergraduate women of Jewish descent.
Louis Levy Endowed Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to UCLA College majors who have a minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA. Applicants eligible for financial aid (as demonstrated by a FAFSA) and who graduated from a California public high school.
Helen Matthewson Club (HMC) Memorial Scholarship: To apply for this scholarship applicants must demonstrate that they are at least partially self-supporting, in financial need, and full-time, continuing, transfer, or continuing students, California residents, and U.S. citizens. Applicants must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.8 GPA and be enrolled during Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. Award amount varies and is renewable.
Edward Scott Morrison Scholarship: Scholarship is available for Full-time undergraduate students who Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender but Preference will be given to those who are committed to LGBT leadership and have shown a commitment to community service.
Nancy Diane Orford Scholarship: This scholarship is available for continuing students. But Preference will be given to an enrolled UCLA student diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in good academic standing. Students with other disabilities will also be considered.
Bess F. Raab Scholarship: The Bess F. Raab Scholarship is open to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to applicants with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and evidence of participation in at least one extracurricular activity at UCLA or in the community.
Rancho Park Rotary Club Scholarship: In this scholarship, preference will be given to full-time UCLA upperclassmen of Iranian/Persian descent who actively participate in community service and demonstrate strong financial need. Award amount varies.
John Ringlbauer/Wallace Brown UCLA Veteran’s Scholarship: Annual award for a full-time UCLA student enlisted in the Armed Forces Veterans who honorably served the U.S. Preference to those who made the greatest commitment or sacrifice during their service.
Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship: In this scholarship, preference will be given to Armenian students with financial need who evidence leadership through extracurricular activities at UCLA, in the community, or other activity with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA. Award Amount varies: provides for registration fees and educational materials.
Carl H. Unruh Undergraduate Scholarship: This scholarship is reserved for adoptees, students that come from a family that includes adoptees, adoptive parents, student parents who have surrendered a child for adoption, foster parents, students that have spent time in foster care and/or students who have a research interest in adoption-related issues.
Jo-Belle Wolf Undergraduate Scholarship: The Jo-Belle Wolf Undergraduate Scholarship is open to female students in any discipline born in the United States who demonstrate financial need and have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA.

UCLA Scholarships

Academic Advancement Program

The Academic Advancement Program (AAP) will be awarding scholarships to AAP students for the 2015-2016 academic year. The average scholarship award is $5,000. All AAP students who have completed 36 units, have not exceed 150 units at the college or university level, and who have a minimum cumulative UCLA GPA of 2.75 or better by the end of the 2017 Fall Quarter are eligible to apply.

Astin Civic Engagement Scholars and Fellows Programs

The Center for Community Learning supports civic engagement for UCLA undergraduates and faculty through the integration of teaching, research and service alongside community partners. In addition, the Center offers an ongoing development program for faculty in order to enhance their knowledge of civic engagement, create a climate of reciprocal benefit and acknowledge their expertise in training UCLA undergraduates.

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