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Cal State Fullerton is pleased to offer a wide variety of scholarships and awards to honor outstanding achievement. Nearly $2 million in scholarships and awards is paid annually at Cal State Fullerton. Students apply for scholarships and are nominated for awards.

In addition to scholastic achievement, financial need and other factors may be considered in the selection process. Read and follow the “application procedure” for each scholarship or award in which you are interested. Most applications are due the last Friday in February and recipients are notified by the selection committee, usually in late May. Due to the large number of applications received, non-selected applicants are not notified.

Campus Scholarships

CSU System-wide Scholarships

Full details for scholarships and awards at Cal State Fullerton are available by clicking on the links below:

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  Associated Students Scholarship
University Awards
University Scholarships
College of Arts
Mihaylo College of Business & Economics
College of Communication
College of Education
College of Engineering & Computer Science
College of Health & Human Development
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
Natural Science & Mathematics Scholarship
Outside Scholarships
  1. The Gates Millennium Scholars
  2. Edison Scholarship
  3. HACU Scholarships

Where can I find out about other scholarships?

Additional scholarship resources are available at the following websites:

  2. Fast WEB
  3. CollegeNet
  4. College Board Scholarship Search

Information can also be gathered from professional associations, business organizations, church and religious foundations or other special interest groups such as community service clubs. Each program will have its own deadlines and application procedures.

Over 45 Indian tribes have established their own Grant and Loan Programs to promote higher education for their members. Contracts for tribal assistance should be made through the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C. 20240, or through the Tribal Headquarters, or by writing to: Department of the Interior-BIA, Office of Education Programs, MS 3512, Code 522, 18th & C Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20240.


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