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2014-2015 CLFSA Scholarship Information

To apply for the CLFSA Scholarship, complete the university scholarship and award form ( you need Adobe Acrobat Reader ) and submit to the following address, postmarked on or before July 31, 2012.

Chicano/Latino Faculty & Staff Scholarship Selection Committee
Chicano Resource Center, PLS 170A
California State University, Fullerton
P. O. Box 4150
Fullerton, CA 92834-6830  

Who is eligible?
Applicant must be a current CSUF full-time undergraduate or a current CSUF full-time graduate student; demonstrated a commitment and made significant contributions to the Latino community; be an enrolled student during the 2013-14 academic year; and show active involvement in community and/or campus organizations. Undergraduates must have a cumulative grade point average of a minimum of 2.5; 3.2 for graduate students.  Past recipients are ineligible. The application can be obtained online by clicking here. A completed application includes a one-page essay addressing specific questions, community involvement, financial aid award (if applicable), Titan Degree Audit (TDA), and a copy of your CSUF transcript.

Application:
Download the university & award scholarship application form (two pages). Make sure you complete the Signature section and do not miss the Written Statement on the reverse side.

Other Documents:
Download your transcript and TDA (access via Titan Online), and if applicable, include your financial aid award. Attach a type-written essay.

Deadline:
July 31, 2014 is the deadline for all documents.

Essay :
In addition to the university scholarship & award application, applicants must write a one-page essay addressing the following questions. 1) Describe how you have made significant contributions to the Latino community through your involvement with on-campus and off-campus clubs/organizations (e.g. research, community service, leadership positions) and, 2) How has your involvement with on/off-campus organizations contributed to your personal development & cultural awareness?

Applications must be neat and professional. Grammar and spelling should be checked for accuracy. You must be a full-time, currently-enrolled CSUF student to apply and to receive this scholarship. Final reminder - past recipients are not eligible to apply. You must be a full-time, currently-enrolled CSUF student to apply and to receive this scholarship.

CSUF is Nationally Ranked: 1st in Master's degrees awarded to Hispanics in Mathematics, 6th in Baccalaureate degrees to Hispanics, 6th in Baccalaureate degrees awarded to Minority Students, and 10th in the nation for the number of Hispanics faculty and administrators employed.