Learn how UC San Diego Black Alumni Scholarships are increasing classroom diversity and helping students, faculty and staff broaden their understanding of the world.
Whether you plan to attend a community college, four-year university, career/technical school, teaching credential program or graduate school, the Community Scholarship Program has opportunities for you.
Since 1973, the J.A. and Flossie Mae Smith Scholarship Fund has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships.
Local philanthropists, students and families came together at our annual Scholarships Celebration to recognize the impact of The San Diego Foundation Community Scholarship Program.
In recognition of National Scholarship Month, Community Scholarships Program Director Danielle Valenciano shares tips and resources to help students prepare for their best application possible.
Scholarship programs are critical for our youth and the future of San Diego’s economy. This infographic shares our Community Scholarships Program’s impact for the 2016-2017 academic year.
In addition to the scholarship staff and donors, volunteers play a critical role in the review process of each scholarship candidate. Learn why San Diego volunteers decide to donate their time.
Learn how the Community Scholarship Program and donors granted $2.2 million this year so college dreams come true for San Diego students.
Community Scholarships Program Specialist Wyn Furman caught up with long-time program volunteer Sonya Parker to learn about her experience volunteering.
Diversity of thought and ideas enrich and improve the campus experience for all students, faculty and staff. It is with this philosophy that UC San Diego has launched the Black Academic Excellence Initiative.