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Scholarships and grants are a form of gift-based aid that does not require repayment. With the gradual increase of tuition and other college-related expenses, it is increasingly important to manage the costs in order to have a successful undergraduate career. As scholarships and grants do not require repayment, they provide greater financial flexibility for students and their families.

Financial Aid Resources

Fellowships

Through generous grants from the Koret Foundation and IME Becas Program through the Mexican Consulate, as well as private donations from supporters and alumni, the LEAD Scholars Program offers fellowships to support LEAD Scholars interested in engaging in extracurricular learning opportunities that will support their vocational development including unpaid internships, community-based learning, undergraduate research, study abroad, and summer school. A call for applications will go out to LEAD Scholars in late winter quarter, applications are due in early spring quarter and are awarded in the middle of spring quarter. Off cycle applications will also be considered based on the availability of funding. This funding is dependent on approval from financial aid. For more information, please contact Erin Kimura-Walsh at ekimurawalsh@scu.edu or 408-554-2129. 

 

Special Assistance Microgrants

Through a generous grant from the Koret Foundation and donations from supporters and alumni, the LEAD Scholars Program is able to provide Special Assistance Microgrants for LEAD Scholars who are in need of one time grants to support such expenses as emergency travel, basic living needs, and replacement computers. This funding is dependent on approval from financial aid. For more information, please contact Erin Kimura-Walsh at ekimurawalsh@scu.edu or 408-554-2129.