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 California State University, Dominguez Hills!!!!
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Posted on 11-27-07 4:33 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any one from that part of US???? Need some help seriously.


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its good for masters if u are doing undergrad in biotech. the cost of living is high though. email me if u need more information.
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Scholarships and grants are available from a variety of sources, including federal, state and local governments, businesses, foundations, community groups, colleges and universities. One of the fastest and easiest ways to look for scholarships is over the Internet, where you’ll find a wide range of Web sites that provide free scholarship search services and application tips. You’ll also find many useful publications at your local bookstore or library.
University Scholarships    
Click here to download the 2008-2009 CSUDH University Application
PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIP. $4,000 scholarships are awarded annually to recognize the outstanding academic achievements of high school graduates and community college transfer students who plan to attend CSU Dominguez Hills. High school graduates must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and a 1000 SAT or 25 ACT score. Community college transfer students must have a minimum 3.2 GPA and 44 transferable units. All recipients must complete 12 units each semester and maintain their cumulative GPA according to scholarship requirements. This award is renewable for up to an additional three years for entering freshman and renewable for one additional year for community college transfers.
CSU FUTURE SCHOLARS. Thirty $1,000 scholarships awarded to entering freshmen or transfer students from an economically, educationally, and/or environmentally disadvantaged background. Must be a full-time student during award year. Scholarships may be renewable.

CSUDH FACULTY AND STAFF SCHOLARSHIPS. Full free scholarships will be awarded to applicants attending CSUDH as a full-time undergraduate/credential (12 units) or graduate (8 units) student. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required. Applicants must demonstrate school and community involvement.


VIC AND CURLY SCHOLARSHIP. One scholarship will be awarded to an academically-qualified, first-time freshman who demonstrates financial need.


CSU System-wide Scholarship Opportunities There is a separate application and additional documents required for these scholarships. The application and a flyer listing the additional documents will available to download from the Financial Aid Office website in the spring semester. The deadline to submit the scholarship application and additional documents required is Friday, March 28, 2008.

GLENN AND DOROTHY DUMKE FELLOWSHIP. One $1,000 fellowship is awarded each year to a CSU graduate student at any campus in the area of public policy, American history, economics, archival management, or government in honor of the late Chancellor Emeritus Glenn S. Dumke and his wife Dorothy. Dr. Dumke was Chancellor of the California State University from 1962 to 1982.
NATHANIEL R. AND VALERIE DUMONT SCHOLARSHIP. 6 $4,000 scholarships are available to help meet the financial needs of students, particularly those with visual and physical impairments.

WILLIAM RANDOLPH HEARST/CSU TRUSTEES’ AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT. One Scholarship of $6,000 and eighteen $3,000 awards recognize students who have demonstrated financial need and attributes of merit, including but not limited to, superior academic performance, community service, and personal achievements.


CALIFORNIA SOCIETY OF MUNICIPAL FINANCE OFFICERS ROBERT M. ODELL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. The California Society of Municipal Finance Officers established the Robert M. Odell endowed scholarship fund in April 1987 to honor the former city treasurer of Los Angeles. Four scholarships of $1,500 are awarded on a rotational basis to the sixteen campuses offering degree programs in public administration and alternate between northern and southern geographic regions of California.

WILSON C. RILES EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP. Scholarships of $1,000 are available for first generation college students enrolled in a CSU teaching credential program.

ANGELINA ALIBERTI AND LAWRENCE L. RUGGIE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP. Applicants must be satisfactorily pursuing a course of study in the humanities, including law and the field of social work, but excluding military sciences.


DALE M. SCHOETTLER SCHOLARSHIP FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS. The $5,000 award provides assistance for full-time students at any CSU campus who are declared visually impaired. CSU undergraduates or graduate students in any major field are eligible with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale.

CLAUDIA HAMPTON ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP. Applicant must be a resident of the state of California, first-time freshman graduating from a California high school, meet CSU admissions requirements, eligible for financial aid and demonstrate enthusiasm for a university education. Scholarships may be renewed for a maximum period not to exceed the normal time required to complete the degree program, maintain a minimum GPA 2.50 GPA and complete full-time academic course study each year for the scholarship is received. The Claudia Hampton Scholarship Board requires eligible applicants to meet with them for an interview. Applicants selected for this scholarship will be contacted to set-up an interview.
FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP OF COMPANIES SCHOLARSHIPS. Offers two awards of $500 each. Students must be studying in the fields of insurance, mathematics, business administration, personnel, or another area related to the insurance industry. Must be a full-time undergraduate student.
KATHERINE BOGDANOVICH LOKER SCHOLARSHIP. One $4,000 scholarship is awarded annually to an entering first-time freshman and is renewable for up to four years. Must have a high school GPA of at least 3.0. Must be a resident of Carson, Palos Verdes, San Pedro, Torrance or Wilmington, California. Must become a full-time student at CSUDH while pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Recipient must maintain a 3.0 GPA to be eligible for renewal.
MID CITIES SCHOOLS CREDIT UNION SCHOLARSHIP. One $500 scholarship is awarded annually. Applicants must be full-time undergraduate students at CSUDH (California residents only). Must have at least a 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.
The following scholarships require their own scholarship application. Deadlines vary.
ANNE PETERS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS. One to three scholarships for a total of $700–$1,000 are awarded every spring semester. Must be a sociology major or minor, Labor Studies student, or Interdisciplinary Studies major. Applications will be available the 5th week of the spring semester in the Sociology Department, SBS B-334. Contact Alan Ryave at (310) 243-3430 regarding the application deadline.
CSU/EDISON TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP. Scholarships will be awarded to community college students who transfer to one of five CSU institutions ( Fullerton, San Bernardino, Dominguez Hills, Los Angeles, and Channel Islands). Scholarship recipients must be studying one of the following fields: mathematics, physics, chemistry, engineering (electrical, computer, chemical or mechanical), materials science or computer science/information systems. A separate application is required and will be available in the Financial Aid Office during the Spring 2008 semester.

DEBORAH C. SEARS SCHOLARSHIP. The California State University, Dominguez Hills Black Faculty and Staff Association “Deborah C. Sears Scholarship” is awarded to full-time undergraduate students who demonstrate academic excellence, demonstrate community service and/or CSUDH school involvement, and are interested in improving the communities in which they live. These scholarship recipients should also exemplify the mission and goals of the California State University, Dominguez Hills Black Faculty and Staff Association. Application available during the spring semester in the Financial Aid Office.

DOCTORAL INCENTIVE FORGIVABLE LOAN PROGRAM. Provides forgivable loans up to $10,000 per year for three years to underrepresented students in doctoral programs. The loans are forgiven at the rate of 20 percent per year if the recipient returns to teach in the CSU system. The student must have a CSUDH faculty sponsor and a strong endorsement from the department of the student’s proposed field of study. Applicants must present academic records and GRE scores that qualify them for doctoral programs. Applications are available in November. Call the Graduate Studies Office (WH A-340) at (310) 243-3308 for application and campus deadline information.
DR. LOIS W. CHI-EMERITUS FACULTY ASSOCIATION SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP. Scholarships of $1,000 to $2,000 are awarded annually to allow registered undergraduate students to continue studies majoring in biology, chemistry or in a related field in the natural sciences. Applicants are to have a GPA of 3.0 or better and have a need for financial assistance. The scholarship committee may consider applications from graduate students only if well-qualified undergraduates fail to apply. Students who apply must submit a copy of their University Scholarship Application including all attachments (trans and two letters of recommendation preferably from prior teachers) and a brief narrative statement detailing professional goals, academic achievements, financial need, and other information the applicant would like to provide. Documents are to be submitted by mail or personal delivery to the Office of the President of CSUDH, attention Emeritus Faculty Association Chi Scholarship Committee, 1000 E. Victoria St., Carson, CA 90747. The deadline to apply is March 14, 2008. Awards will be announced by the end of the spring semester and funds released at the beginning of the following fall and spring semesters.
EBELL OF LOS ANGELES SCHOLARSHIP. Multiple awards are usually made for $2,000. Must be a resident of Los Angeles, U.S. Citizen and a registered voter. A minimum 3.25 GPA is required. Applicants must be enrolled as a full-time sophomore, junior or senior. Students may make copies of the scholarship application available in the Financial Aid Office. The application submission period begins on January 1, 2008 and the deadline to apply is March 1, 2008.
GRADUATE EQUITY FELLOWSHIPS. Financial support based on eligibility of need for educationally and economically disadvantaged CSUDH students with strong academic records. Students must be accepted to the graduate program, have a faculty sponsor, and commit to a research project. All graduate equity fellows are expected to participate in the Celebration of Research event in the spring semester. Applications for the following academic year are available in March and in October for the spring semester only. An award of up to $4,000 per academic year may be renewed up to two years. Call the Graduate Studies Office (WH-A340) at (310) 243-3308 for application and deadline information.

JACK KILFOIL SCHOLARSHIP. One to three scholarships awarded range from $350-$1,500 to an undergraduate majoring in history. Contact Dr. Ericka Verba, 310-243-2636 or 310-243-3328, email:  everba@csudh.edu.  Deadline in spring semester. 

JAMINA O. BARNES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. The CSUDH Alumni Association created the Jamina O. Barnes Memorial Scholarship, in memory of the former director of Alumni Relations. Applicants must be a fulltime undergraduate (12 units) or graduate (8 units) student. Applicant must have earned at least 12 undergraduate units or 8 Graduate units at CSUDH with a minimum 3.0 CSUDH GPA. Students must be enrolled full time during the spring 2008 semester to apply for the scholarship and must be enrolled full time during the fall 2008 semester to receive the award. Minimum scholarship amount is $500. Application available in the Financial Aid Office during the spring semester.
JUBILLEE CHOIR SCHOLARSHIP. This scholarship, contributed to the University by the CSU Dominguez Hills Jubilee Choir, is awarded annually to a student who is a full-time music major with a specialty in voice. To obtain an application and deadline information, contact Hansonia Caldwell at (310) 243-2463.
LEO F. and MARGARET B. CAIN-EMERITUS FACULTY ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP. A scholarship for $1,000–$2,500 is awarded annually. Outstanding undergraduate students may apply but preference will be given to graduate students. To apply for this scholarship, students must submit a copy of their University Scholarship Application including all the attachments (tran and two letters of recommendation). Applicants should attach a narrative statement to their scholarship application that demonstrates excellent academic performance and career commitments to teaching or academic research, educational administration, or other types of public service. All documents are to be submitted to the CSUDH Emeritus Faculty Association, Office of the President, Cain Scholarship Committee, 1000 E. Victoria St., Carson, CA 90747. The applicant’s financial need and other scholarships received will be considered as part of the selection process. The deadline to apply is March 14, 2008. Awards will be announced by the end of the spring semester.

MIRIAM MATTHEWS AFRICAN AMERICAN VISIONS SCHOLARSHIP. Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded each year (one to a re-entry female and one to a male). Students must be of junior and senior academic status and must demonstrate scholastic excellence, financial need, and outstanding service to CSU Dominguez Hills and the local community. A minimum 2.7 GPA is required. Application available during the spring semester in the Financial Aid Office.

MUSIC SCHOLARSHIPS. A variety of scholarship opportunities are available to students pursuing a degree in music. Contact the Music Department (LCH E-303) at (310) 243-3543 for applications and deadline information. A detailed deion of each music scholarship may be found in the CSUDH University Catalog.
NURSING SCHOLARSHIPS. A variety of scholarship opportunities are available to students in the Division of Nursing. For additional information contact Angela Albright at (310) 243-2047. A detailed deion of the nursing scholarships may be found in the CSUDH University Catalog.
SIGMA PI ROBERT HASHIMOTO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP. Scholarship award amounts may range from $500 to $700. This scholarship is awarded to a student or students who have shown leadership on campus and within the community. The scholarship may be applied to tuition and school fees. Applicants must be currently enrolled at CSUDH and in good academic standing. To apply, students must submit the Robert Hashimoto Scholarship application, official academic trans, and one letter of recommendation. For an application, please contact Dave Parikh at (714) 846-1833 or via e-mail at dave@dhsigmapi.com/. Applications must be postmarked by April 7th of each year and received by April 15th of each year.
TELACU SCHOLARSHIP. Annual scholarships awarded with amounts that range from $500 to $2,250. Two types of scholarships are available: continuing scholarships and one-year scholarships. To be eligible applicants must permanently reside in unincorporated East Los Angeles, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Huntington Park, Montebello, Monterey Park, South Gate or City of Los Angeles. Applicants must be a first-generation college student, be from a low-income family, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Applicants must also demonstrate outstanding academic potential; genuine commitment to the community; and a need for financial and academic support in order to successfully complete a postsecondary program. Applications will be available in the Financial Aid Office (WH B-260) after December 1, 2007. Applications must be submitted by April 1, 2008.
USDA* Scholarship.  Full tuition, a laptop computer, text book stipend and an opportunity for Graduate Fellowships. Applicant must be US citizens or permanent residents of the United States have an overall GPA of 2.75 at high school or during two years of college. *This Program is funded by the US Department of Agriculture for $250,000 over 5 years. Click here to download the application or if you need more information about the program and the required qualifications please call Dr. Hamid Pourmohammadi at 310-243-2717 or via e-mail at hamid@csudh.edu. Deadline is February 1, 2008.
Please click on the Scholarship name for more information.
Other Scholarships Available:
$ USDA* Scholarship
Feb. 1, 2008
$ Latino College Dollars
$ Toro Tuesday Student Scholarship
$ Air Commercial Real Estate Association Scholarship
$ BrokeScholar
$ Paraprofessional Partnership for Teaching
$ AIR Commercial Real Estate Association
$ The Garden Club of America
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$ St. John's University Scholarship Opportunities
$ The American Association of Medical Colleges
$ The Solano Association of Realtors Scholarship Foundation
$ The Auxillary Community Hospital of The Monterey Peninsula
$ Collegexit 1000 scholarship Givaways
$ National Physical Science Consortium Scholarship
$ National Science Foundation Fellowships
$ MALDEF Scholarship Opportunities
Please contact the Department of Teacher Education for information on the following scholarships:
Scholarships and awards are available to students in Basic Credential Programs.
1. Laura E. Settle Scholarship: $2,000 to a student in the teacher credential program who has average to high scholastic standing, exemplary character and citizenship, and financial need.
2. California Retired Teachers, Los Angeles Division 12: up to $1,500 to a student teacher with a 3.0 GPA or above, exemplary character and citizenship, and financial need.
3. California Retired Teachers, South Bay Division 46: up to $1,500 to a student enrolled in student teaching or fieldwork with a 3.0 GPA or above, exemplary character and citizenship, and financial need.
4. Suzanne Gemmell Student Teacher Scholarship: $500 to a student teacher with an average to high academic standing and financial need.
5. Paul Kaufman Memorial Scholarship: $500 to a student teacher with a 3.0 GPA or above, exemplary character and citizenship, and financial need.
6. Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, ETA Chapter: $700 to a female student teacher with a 3.3 GPA or above and proof of financial need.
7. Edison International Teachers For Tomorrow Scholarship: $5,000 to a full time student with a 3.0 GPA or above and proof of financial need.
8. Joette Lavarini Memorial Scholarship: $500 to an elementary student teacher with high academic standing, exemplary character and citizenship, and financial need.
9. Robert DeVries Memorial Scholarship: $500 to a student entering teaching as a second career with an exemplary character and citizenship and average to high academic standing.
10. Dominguez Brand Scholarship (Carson Companies): $3,000 to a Liberal Studies Major with a 3.5 GPA or above and financial need.
11. Naomi Byers Scholarship
12. Miguel Gallegos Memorial Scholarship
13. James E. Williams Memorial Scholarship
14. Maureen P. McCarthey Scholarship
15. Martin Hare Memorial Scholarship
16. Doris M. Okada Scholarship
17. Hearst Fifth Year Scholarship
18.. Dean's Circle Scholarship
Five tips for getting the most out of a scholarship search.
1. The time to start researching scholarships is now! There are all kinds of resources available. Check out the Web, your local library, college and university financial aid offices, civic organizations, and the places where you or your parents are employed or do volunteer work.
2. Scholarships are available for students planning to enter college, already in college, or even in graduate school. High School students should start their scholarship search during sophomore year.
3. Scholarships are available to students of all backgrounds, abilities, and levels. They are not limited to students with high academic averages, those entering college, or those who can demonstrate financial need.
4. Scholarship committees, admissions recruiters and employers look favorably upon students who participate in extracurricular activities or do volunteer work. Group activities promote leadership qualities, communication skills, purpose and commitment.
5. Most scholarship applications require a written personal statement discussing your background, accomplishments, and goals. This statement can set you apart from other applicants. Get started composing your personal statement now.
Web Sites:
The Financial Aid Information site is an excellent starting point – a reliable source that offers a free, comprehensive guide to student financial aid.
This free scholarship service has a database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans. FastWEB matches award programs to the student’s personal profile.
Scholarships.com is the Internet's premiere free college scholarship search & financial aid information resource, connecting students & parents with college funding opportunities. Create a personal profile & our free scholarship search will match you to our database of college scholarships. Search results include scholarship summaries & a custom application request letter.
This site lists more than 500,000 private sector awards from 1,570 sponsors, offering an estimated $1 billion in scholarship money. Award listings are matched to student profiles.
Providing students with the most scholarships and other financial aid options on the internet- over $32 billion in scholarship awards!
California State University, Dominguez Hills • 1000 E. Victoria Street • Carson, California 90747 • (310) 243-3696
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If any of the material is in violation of a copyright, please contact copyright@csudh.edu.
The statements found on the Financial Aid Web page are for informational purposes only. While every effort is made to ensure that this information is up to date and accurate, official information can be found in the University Catalog and Class Schedule.
Last updated Monday, June 11, 2007, 5:00 pm, by JCM

Posted on 11-27-07 10:56 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Better try to apply for university in small city where living cost is low.

Posted on 11-28-07 11:44 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Anugaman thnx a lot...check your email...


Wichita State - I was trying to do the same thing..but I could not find college with the degree I wanted in small places..I am still trying though...



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By the way Anugaman, I did get all the info in the website...I am just looking for nepalese studing over there....



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 whats your major?

Posted on 11-28-07 1:59 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I really like that idea that people are helping each other here but god damn! you could have just provided that link to that page instead of copy pasting the whole god damn website. I'm not saying your taking too much space, what i'm tryna say is man its hectic to scroll all the way down to catch up with the thread... anyway good luck with your college search sparrow.


best wishes


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Unknown guy, I am a biology major with emphasis in Biochemistry and biotechnology. Sparrow
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jacksparrow if ur just doing masters in plain chemistry u can try some of the colleges in ohio or kentucky. u can easily get stipend with reasonable GRE scores.
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Anugaman, I am thinking of something else....not chemistry... Sparrow
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what is that something?

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