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UCLA Scholarships for Transfer Students

Deadline    Scholarship Name Scholarship Description
6/30 Acacia Fraternity Frank H. Reinsch Memorial
Scholarship
Preference 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.
6/30 Heather Kase Scholarship 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 given to UCLA full-time undergraduate women of Jewish descent.
6/30 Los Angeles
Chapter of the
Links Scholarship
Preference to African American students who demonstrate financial need.
6/30 Helen Matthewson Club (HMC)
Memorial
Scholarship
Applicants must demonstrate that they are at least partially self-supporting, in financial need, and full-time, continuing, transfer, or returning 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. Please link to the Helen Matthewson Club website for more information.
5/1 Edward Scott Morrison
Scholarship
Full time undergraduate students who Identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. Preference to those who are committed to LGBT leadership and have shown a commitment to community service.
6/30 Nancy Diane Orford Scholarship Preference to an enrolled UCLA student diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis in good academic standing. Students with other disabilities will also be considered.
6/30 Bernard Osher Foundation Reentry Scholarship A scholarship for reentry students ideally aged 25 to 50 whose collegiate studies were interrupted by circumstances beyond their control. Scholarships are based on merit and financial need.
6/30 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 committment or sacrifice during their service.
6/30 Rancho Park
Rotary Club Scholarship
Preference to full-time UCLA upperclassmen of Iranian/Persian descent who actively participate in community service and demonstrate strong financial need. Award amount varies.
6/30 Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship Preference 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.
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Transfer Alliance Program (TAP) Scholarship With generous assistance from the following donors:

Sam & Roslyn Berkman
Sherry Lynn Cagan
Henry B. & Elsie Clay
Robert G. & Janet S. Dunlap
Rose Gilbert
Michael & Celia Goodman
Jessie. W. Ingram
Mildred Johnson
Mary Kathryn (Taylor) Kappler Estate
Evans Ricciardi
Herman Roth
Hale S. Sparks
The Parents of Vincent L. Wang
Lew & Edie Wasserman

Scholarships for entering transfer students from California community colleges. Applicants must complete the TAP Scholars/Honors certfication at their community college. The scholarship provides approximately $5,000 per year for up to two years.
6/30 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.
6/30 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.

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