College of Science Scholarship Opportunities can be obtained at:
http://www20.csueastbay.edu/students/financing-your-education/scholarships/index.html

Please feel free to contact the College of Science Office in SC N131 or 510-885-3441 with any questions.


Ernest Clements Scholarship

One (1) $750 scholarship is offered to SOPHOMORES and JUNIORS majoring in BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, BIOCHEMISTRY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, GEOLOGY, MATHEMATICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND STATISTICS. This scholarship was established by the Cal State Affiliates from a gift of the late Ernest L. Clements, a prominent Hayward businessman and one of the original members of the Cal State Affiliates, Inc. The following criteria must be met to apply: A CSUEB sophomore or junior (at the time of the application); 24 units completed (or in progress) at CSUEB; 2 personal letters of reference from CSUEB Faculty; GPA of 3.0 or higher; personal statement.

Guy Warren Scholarship

One (1) $2000 scholarship is offered to SENIORS majoring in BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, BIOCHEMISTRY, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, GEOLOGY, MATHEMATICS, COMPUTER SCIENCE, PSYCHOLOGY, AND STATISTICS. It is awarded from the proceeds of a memorial endowment fund administered by the Cal State Affiliates, Inc. and administered by friends of Mr. Warren, a long time Hayward resident and businessman who was instrumental in securing the location of Cal State in Hayward. The following criteria must be met to apply: A CSUEB SENIOR (at the time of application); 24 units completed (or in progress) at CSUEB; 2 personal letters of reference from CSUEB Faculty; GPA of 3.0 or higher; personal statement; recipient must be enrolled in 12 units of study in the quarter that the award is dispersed.

Robert C. & Jeanne M. Whitney Scholarship

One (1) $1000 scholarship is offered to UNDERGRADUATE students majoring in GEOLOGY or PHYSICS. In particular, those students showing an interest in teaching secondary or high school science are encouraged to apply. This scholarship is awarded from a donation by Robert C. Whitney, who taught in the Physics and Geology Departments from 1963 to 1990. The following criteria must be met to apply: 24 units completed (or in progress) at CSUEB; 2 personal letters of reference from CSUEB faculty; GPA of 3.0 or higher; personal statement.

Hospital Service League Scholarship

One (1) $1,000 scholarship is offered to UNDERGRADUATE students in the fields of CLINICAL NURSING, HEALTH SCIENCES, and BIOLOGY (with a Biomedical Laboratory Sciences option). This scholarship was established by a gift from the Hospital Service League of San Leandro. The following criteria must be met to apply: APPLICANT MUST BE LEGAL RESIDENT OF ALAMEDA COUNTY; who has completed (or in progress) a minimum of 24 units at CSUEB; GPA of 3.0 or higher; personal statement demonstrating clinical aptitude, and describing academic interests, extracurricular activities, career aspirations, as well as financial need; 2 personal letters of reference from CSUEB faculty.

Joan Sieber-Tombari & Ric Tombari Graduate Scholarship

Scholarships, in amounts to be determined, will be awarded to eligible students presently enrolled at CSUEB who will begin GRADUATE STUDY in a SERVICE PROFESSION in fall quarter, or who are currently a first year graduate student. Only graduate programs in social science, i.e. Social Work, Educational Psychology or in any service-related profession are acceptable, if the student demonstrates a clearly described commitment to specialize in a way that involves serving others. A past documented record of volunteer or paid work in organizations serving others is required. The following criteria must be met to apply: Proof of admission to graduate school; 2 letters of recommendation – one from a CSUEB faculty member and one from outside the University; personal statement.
This scholarship was established by two CSUEB Emeriti faculty, Drs. Joan Sieber and the late Ric Tombari.

ACCMA Auxiliary District II Scholarship

The ACCMA Scholarship, in the amount of $1500, is available from donations from The Alameda/ Contra Costa Medical Association District II Fund. Recipients are expected to pursue graduate study in medicine or related health fields. The successful applicant(s) will show a record of academic excellence and financial need. CSUEB JUNIORS and SENIORS, who have completed or will complete a minimum of 90 quarter units at the end of spring quarter, majoring in Science. Recipients are expected to pursue graduate study in medicine or related health fields. In particular, those students pursuing research opportunities in the medical field are encouraged to apply. The successful applicant(s) will show a record of academic excellence and financial need. APPLICANT MUST BE A LEGAL RESIDENT OF ALAMEDA COUNTY.

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