SRC Donor Scholarships are made possible by the generosity of alumni, donors and friends. For scholarships that require demonstrated financial need, applicants must submit a FAFSA   by March 2. 

Apply through the UCLA Scholarship Portal. Applications for scholarships due May 15 and June 30 open on March 29.

Notification: For applications due in April, students will be notified before the SIR deadline. For applications due May 15, students will be notified by July 31. For applications due June 30, students will be notified by August 31. You will be notified whether you receive or do not receive a scholarship. 

To access the application-specific questions, you must first complete General Application in the UCLA Scholarship Portal (consisting of general info and a personal statement). Each donor scholarship also requires a personal statement. Your essays may overlap– for our applications, make sure you answer the prompt attached to the specific scholarship opportunity.

For other sources of UCLA-based funding, please consult the Financial Aid Office or search our list of UCLA resources.

Deadline Scholarship Name Scholarship Description
06/30 Leah Bettelman Scholarship

Preference to transfer/re-entry students, with a preference to students who worked in the year previous to entering UCLA. Must demonstrate financial need. Apply

05/01 D. Lewis and Lynn Bosley Mingori Undergraduate Scholarship

Available for entering first year students in Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science, or entering first year students with select majors within the UCLA College of Letters and Sciences or the UCLA School of Arts and Architecture, with preference to students who are high school seniors graduating from Alexander Hamilton High School. If there are no qualified students from Hamilton, then preference shall be given to LAUSD graduates.

$4500, renewable for 4 years.


04/08 Thelma L. Culverson Scholarship

Entering first-year students from University High School in West Los Angeles only. Award provides full amount of California resident tuition and room and board fees at UCLA. (Renewable for 4 years.) Apply 

05/15 Myrtle Hickey De Luce Scholarship

Open to UCLA undergraduates, with preference to students who graduated from Lincoln, Belmont, or John Marshall High Schools, and participate in at least one extracurricular activity. Minimum $2,000 per year.

04/06 Delson Scholarship

Available to entering students in the UCLA College who submit a Statement of Intent to Register, and who have financial need as determined by the UCLA Financial Aid Office. Candidates must be Bell or Huntington Park High School graduates with a minimum 3.0 high school G.P.A. preference to those who attended Nimitz Middle School. $8000, renewable for 4 years. Apply at

05/01 Draine Family Foundation Scholarship

North Hollywood High School graduate with a minimum 3.0 GPA, who submits his/her Statement of Intent to Register (SIR) at UCLA for Fall Quarter. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. Award Amount: $1,000 to $2,500. Apply

06/30 Virginia Frey Scholarship

Available to entering first-year UCLA students who are graduates of El Monte High School (El Monte, CA). Covers up to full CA in-state fees.

05/15 Heather Kase Scholarship

Open to 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 full-time UCLA undergraduates of Jewish descent.

05/15 Louis Levy Endowed Scholarship

UCLA College majors who have a minimum cumulative 2.50 GPA. Applicants eligible for financial aid (as demonstrated by a FAFSA) and who graduated from a California public high school.

09/30 Liberko Family Scholarship

Liberko Family Scholarship, for students in the UCLA College or HSSEAS studying a field relevant to a professional trade career in engineering (eg Engineering or Design). Preference to students who plan a trade career, especially boilermakers.

05/15 Los Angeles Chapter of the Links Scholarship

Preference to African American students who demonstrate financial need and community service.

05/15 Mandel and Winick Undergraduate Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Mandel and Winick Scholarship is for UCLA undergraduate students in the humanities and social sciences. Eligible students will be deemed to have financial need according to federal guidelines, but not qualify for need-based grant aid (federal, state, or university grants).


05/15 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 continuing 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.

This scholarship is not currently open.

06/30 National Notary Foundation Scholarship

Open to entering first-year students who demonstrate financial need and strong leadership skills. Preference to students with a 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA, U.S. citizens, and California residents.

06/30 Nancy Diane Orford Scholarship

Preference to an enrolled UCLA student in good academic standing diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis. Students with other disabilities will also be considered.

06/30 Gertrude Pomish Scholarship

Preference to entering first-year students who actively participate in and demonstrate a strong record of community service. The award requires financial need.

05/15 Bess F. Raab Scholarship

The Bess F. Raab Scholarship is open to students who demonstrate financial need. Preference given to applicants with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and evidence of participation in at least one extracurricular activity at UCLA or in the community.

05/15 Rancho Park Rotary Club Scholarship

Preference to full-time UCLA upperclassmen entering into their senior year who are of Iranian/Persian descent, who actively participate in community service, and who demonstrate financial need. Award amount varies. Apply at

06/30 UCLA College Reentry Scholarship

A scholarship for re-entry students aged 25 to 50. Scholarships are based on merit and financial need.

Apply at Paper applications are not accepted.

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 commitment or sacrifice during their service.

06/30 Don R. Shepherd Scholarship

Available for entering first year students in the UCLA College with preference for those who are residents of San Diego County with a minimum GPA of 3.75.

06/30 Don R. Shepherd Guardian Scholar Scholarship

A scholarship for entering first year students who are San Diego County residents and have spent time in foster care.

05/15 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.

05/15 Theta Xi Fraternity Alpha Zeta Chapter Barman Scholarship

$5000. Open to full time UCLA undergraduates who are active members of Theta Xi Fraternity. (Must participate in fraternity activities – leadership positions, chapter events, sports, etc.) Minimum 3.0 GPA. Renewable with satisfactory academic performance.

06/20 Undergraduate Research Scholars Program

The Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (URSP) is a year-long program that supports students engaged in upper-level research under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences should apply through the URC-HASS. Students in the Sciences should apply through the URC-Sciences.

11/15 Undergraduate Research Fellows Program

The Undergraduate Research Fellows Program (URFP) is an early career research program administered by the Undergraduate Research Centers. STEM students apply through URC Sciences, Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences students apply through URC HASS.

URFP Recipients:

  • Receive a $3,000 scholarship to conduct research
  • Enroll in a Student Research Program (SRP) 99 course or a 199/198/196 departmental research course for both winter and spring quarters
  • Enroll in Honors Collegium 101A: Student Research Forum in winter quarter
  • Present their research at Undergraduate Research Week or submit a summary of their research at the end of spring quarter
  • Enroll in a minimum of 12 units in winter and spring quarters (note: students completing their URFP research requirements through SRP 99 courses should enroll in a minimum of 12 units before enrolling in the SRP 99 courses)

Deadline is Nov 15.

05/15 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.

Jim Varney Scholarship

The scholarship is open to high school students from Tennessee and Kentucky only. Applicants must have a minimum cumulative 3.75 GPA, major in a College of Letters and Science department, and aspire to a career in theater or drama.


05/01 Natalie Joy Ward Scholarship

Available for entering first year students in the UCLA College (select majors), the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science (any major), the Herb Alpert School of Music (select majors), or the School of the Arts and Architecture (select majors) with preference to students who are high school seniors graduating from the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES). $4500.


05/15 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.

06/30 Ola Zuckerman Class of 1934 Scholarship

Available to entering first-year UCLA students with high merit and financial need. Award amount: $1,200.