The CSUSB Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships accepts scholarship applications for the upcoming academic year beginning in January. Scholarships are awarded to new and continuing students attending CSUSB. Most scholarships are administered by the CSUSB Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. Others are administered by department majors and associations. Applications and further information about department scholarships may be obtained by contacting the department or association directly.
Applicants only need to complete the CSUSB scholarship application once to be considered for all campus scholarships for which they are eligible. The deadline to apply is listed on the application when you log in. For further information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships at (909) 537-5227.
**The CSUSB Scholarship Application will be available online via MyCoyote. Look for the "CSUSB Scholarship Site" link.
To be considered for the need-based scholarships, you will also need a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file by the scholarship application deadline. The FAFSA can be completed online at www.fafsa.gov and will become available on January 1st of the award year.
|Wednesday||Jan. 20, 2016||6pm - 7pm||Pfau Library, Room 1105|
|Wednesday||Jan. 27, 2016||9am - 10am||College of Education, Room 202|
|Wednesday||Feb. 03, 2016||6pm - 7pm||College of Education, Room 202|
|Wednesday||Feb. 10, 2016||9am - 10am||College of Education, Room 202|
|Saturday||Feb. 20, 2016||9am - 10am||Pfau Library, Room 2005|
|Wednesday||Feb. 24, 2016||6pm - 7pm||College of Education, Room 202|
|Friday||Feb. 26, 2016||2pm - 3pm||College of Education, Room 202|
|Saturday||Feb. 27, 2016||9am - 10am||Pfau Library, Room 2005|
Other Information Regarding Scholarships
Not only do we provide you with information on how to find scholarships, but we also try to provide you with information that educates, such as scholarship scams. Listed below are some additional web sites that may be of interest in your quest to learn more about scholarships:
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) web site has information on scholarship scams and how to avoid them.
National Association of Financial Aid Administrators has consumer scholarship tips.
The Federal Student Aid Programs are the largest source of student aid in America, providing over $40 billion a year in grants, loans, and work-study assistance. Here you'll find help for every stage of the financial aid process, whether you're in school or out of school.