University of California, Los Angeles Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship
UCLA is pleased to announce the Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship, a donor-funded scholarship, for UCLA students.
- Preference to students of Armenian descent.
- Must demonstrate leadership through extracurricular activities at UCLA, in the community, or other activity.
- Enrolled as a full-time undergraduate at UCLA with a major in UCLA College.
- Minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA.
- Demonstrate financial need based on UCLA Financial Aid Office standards.
- Must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 2 and be eligible for financial aid at UCLA.
Minimum $1,000 per academic year.
- Complete the Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship application.
- Write an essay (300 words or less, one double-spaced page) that focuses on your leadership capabilities and/or extracurricular activities and how this scholarship would help you. (The essay will represent a sample of your writing.)
- Submit a copy of your Summary of Academic Year found on URSA under Financial Aid Awards and Summary. This will list your expected family contribution for the academic year.
- Provide a transcript – either official or unofficial – from your most recent community college.
- Provide a letter of recommendation from a community college instructor, counselor or administrator.
Note: Recommenders may mail the completed recommendation separately, but the review committee strongly suggests that recommendations be submitted by the student together with all other requisite application materials. To maintain confidentiality, letters should be enclosed in a sealed, signed envelope with the student’s name written on the front.
Application and supporting materials must be postmarked no later than June 30.
Applicants will be notified by July 30 via e-mail.
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Submit completed applications to
Louis and Zephyr Stuart Scholarship
UCLA Scholarship Resource Center
330 De Neve Drive
233 Covel Commons
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7247
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