Scholarships and Ceremony

The 21st Annual Recognition Celebration was held on May 20, 2023. Below you will find the 2023 Scholarship recipients.  Students, keep an eye out for the application in Spring 2024! When the application is up we’ll post to our Instagram and ask APARC to share on theirs too.

Recognition Celebration May 20, 2023 at 10am in TSU Pavillions.

Book Scholarship

The Asian American Pacific Islander Faculty & Staff Association encourages students to apply for a $500 Book scholarship to promote and recognize students’ academic success at California State University, Fullerton. Recipients will be recognized at APARC’s APISAA Heritage Month Student Reception at Brave Space (PLS - 180). Eligible students must complete the application for this competitive book scholarship.

Application Information coming soon.

Outstanding Student Award

The Asian American Pacific Islander Faculty & Staff Association (AAPIFSA) is proud to present a $1000 award to one (1) undergraduate and $1000 to one (1) graduate student. The Scholarship recipients (2) will speak at the Annual Asian Pacific Islander South Asian American (APISAA) Recognition Celebration at the TSU.

Application Information coming soon.

Spring 2023 AAPIFSA Scholarship Recipients

Thank you to all past, current, and future donors for helping us support our students. These scholarships are only possible because of your donations!

Book Scholarship Recipients

Emily Le

Emily Le received the book scholarship
Award: book scholarship
Public Health Major (general studies)
I plan on going to graduate school to get my master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies.

Ikmanpreet Singh

Ikmanpreet Singh
Award Received: Book Scholarship
My future plan is to open up my own CPA firm which would help individual clients and businesses with their financial  planning and taxes.

Chris Bondoc

Chris Bondoc
Award Received: Book Scholarship 
Your major/minor/field of study: Social Work (Concentration: Community Mental Health) 
How the scholarship will help you or your current/future plans: The scholarship alleviates some financial burden of graduate school and allows me to dedicate more energy to my clients and community. 

Michelle Tran

Michelle Tran
Award Received: Book Scholarship
Major: Business Major
She plans to continue to be involved in CSUF’s Finance Association, Vietnamese Student Association, and the Business Inter-Club Council while completing her degree.

Outstanding Student Award Recipients

Kathy Tran

Kathy Tran
Award received: Outstanding Student Award 
Your major/minor/field of study: Psychology
How the scholarship will help you (1 sentence) or your current/future plans (1 sentence): For the next few years, I will be pursuing a doctoral degree at the University of California, Irvine.

Janelle Viste

Janelle Viste
Award received:  Outstanding Student Award
Major: Women and Gender Studies with a Minor in Computer Science