About Undergraduate Scholarships
Find out how scholarships can help cover your undergraduate education costs.
Facts about scholarships:
- Scholarships are gift aid, money you do not have to repay.
- Scholarships are awarded for either academic merit only, or merit and additional criteria such as major of interest, leadership, or financial need.
- If you receive scholarship(s), they may replace your other financial awards in the following order:
- Unmet need in your basic California resident award package
- Perkins Loan / University Loan
- Need-based Parent PLUS Loan or additional Direct Loan in your basic California resident package
- Direct Subsidized / Unsubsidized Loan
Scholarships that replace work-study reduce the number of hours you need to work, and those that replace loans reduce your future loan debt.
Scholarship money does not reduce your expected family contribution (EFC). For details, see:
See the requirements and application process for UCSD and non-UCSD scholarships:
Scholarships administered by UCSD for:
Scholarships not administered by UCSD:
- Learn how scholarship money and other financial aid gets to you
- Read tips on receiving scholarship funds from non-UCSD organizations
- Access scholarship Web sites, search tools, and other resources
- Find financial aid and scholarship tax information
- Information on AB 131 (California Dream Act II)
- Scholarship Resources Regardless of Immigration Status
- Private and Foundation Scholarships for Non-Citizens
Contact Financial Aid’s Scholarship Office, (858) 822-1028
Source : https://students.ucsd.edu/
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