The generosity of donors like you strengthens the value of a CSU education and helps students pursue their goals. Please select which area you would like to support.
Have your gift applied to the program of highest priority.
This award is open to incoming undergraduate freshman students at the CSU who graduated from the California Academy of Mathematics and Science (CAMS). Two recipients are selected each academic year by CAMS and awarded $2,000 per year for four years.
Provide aid to CSU Students dealing with food and housing insecurity.
This award is open to CSU undergraduate or graduate students pursuing a degree in engineering who demonstrate financial need and superior academic performance.
This award is open to CSU graduate students in the areas of public policy, American history, economics, library science, archival management, or government to pursue research projects within the Dumke Collection or other collections housed within the CSU system.
This award is open to students at the Dominguez Hills, Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Northridge campuses with a visual or physical impairment, a minimum of a 2.0 GPA, and who demonstrate financial need. Priority is given to students with visual impairments.
A gift to the entertainment alliance helps support housing grants for summer interns and opportunities for students and faculty to directly connect with the media and entertainment industry.
This award is open to CSU students who are graduates of the California Academy of Mathematics and Science, demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing.
Support student scholarships for study abroad programs.
This award is open to CSU post-baccalaureate and graduate students in good academic standing, either pursuing a single-subject teaching credential in the arts or a graduate degree in the visual arts specializations.
This award is open to full-time upper-division undergraduate or graduate CSU students majoring in public administration with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.
This award is open to CSU students in teacher credential programs, with a minimum enrollment of 6 units and a 3.0 GPA. Eligible campuses rotate alphabetically each year.
This award is open to first-semester CSU Students interested in journalism, media or communications with a desire to be leader in the field.
Support intensive masterclasses for students in the visual, literary, performing and media arts.
This award is given annually to a top student from each CSU. Trustee scholars demonstrate academic success and extraordinary service to their community.
Give to a designation not listed elsewhere.
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