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The School of Humanities nominates current meritorious students for awards in each major. Nominated students are notified each year at the end of the Spring quarter. For more information about scholarships and grants offered in your Humanities major, please visit the department website by clicking on the name of the major found here.

Additionally, other school and donor-sponsored awards are offered yearly with variable criteria such as a special area of study, financial need, study abroad, writing submissions and community outreach. Many of these additional awards, along with other UCI scholarships, can be applied for through the Financial Aid and Scholarships Office. See list below for Humanities-related scholarships to apply for through this office.

 

Ching-Suei Su Scholarship

Merit-based scholarship for an undergraduate student in the following majors: Asian-American Studies, East Asian Cultures, Korean Literature and Culture, Chinese Studies or Japanese Language and Literature.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Undergraduate student
  • Minimum 3.3 cumulative GPA
  • Record of campus or community service
  • Sophomores or Juniors (junior or senior status at the start of next academic year).
  • Declared major in Asian-American Studies, East Asian Cultures, Korean Literature and Culture, Chinese Studies or Japanese Language and Literature.

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Hannah J. Caldwell Endowed Undergraduate Student Award

Need based scholarship awarded to one or more deserving student(s) in the School of Humanities and UCI programs associated with International Center for Writing and Translation (ICWT).

Eligibility Requirements

  • Full time meritorious undergraduate student from the School of Humanities or associated with International Center for Writing and Translation (ICWT).
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Demonstrate Financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

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Hester A. Laddey Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship to support undergraduate Humanities students in the English and Comparative Literature department.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Undergraduate student from the School of Humanities
  • Majoring in English or Comparative Literature
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

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Humanities Associates Endowment

Scholarship to support meritorious undergraduate students majoring in the Humanities Language & Literature's department.

    Eligibility Requirements

  • Full-time undergraduate student from the School of Humanities
  • Majoring in Chinese Studies, Greek or Latin Language, French, German Studies, Japanese Language and Literature, Korean Literature and Culture, or Spanish
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA

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Jao Award in Asian Studies

Eligibility Requirements

  • Undergraduate student from the School of Humanities
  • Majoring in Pacific Rim Studies, East Asian Language and Literature, Asian Studies or Asian American studies (including, but not limited to history, commerce/business and politics).
  • Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Preference for students with interest in business management

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Dan & Jean Aldrich Scholarships

The Dan and Jean Aldrich Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding junior student on the basis of merit. The recipient must be a graduating 4th year senior during the 2016-2017 academic year. The nominee should demonstrate academic excellence (suggested 3.0 GPA or higher), leadership, contribution to campus and community service. The Dan and Jean Aldrich Scholar will receive a $3,000 award for the 2016-2017 academic year. Fill out this application and personal statement (prompt on the application) and turn it on to SE I, Room 102 by April 8th at 5 PM. One nomination from school will be chosen to move forward to the campus wide committee. If chosen to represent Social Ecology, you will be required to submit 3 letters of recommendation.

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Nicholas Aeberhard

Nicholas Aeberhard was an active, popular and successful college student when an unfortunate accident took his life on New Year’s Eve in 1965. The scholarship is given to an outstanding freshman based on personal integrity, student leadership, academics and involvement in campus and civic activities. Students must have completed 24 units by the end of Winter quarter 2016, which should not include Advanced Placement or repeat courses. The Nicholas Aeberhard Scholar will receive a $4,000 award for the 2016-2017 academic year. Fill out this application and personal statement (prompt on application) turn it on to SE I, Room 102 by April 8th at 5 PM. One nomination from school will be chosen to move forward to the campus wide committee. If chosen to represent Social Ecology, you will be required to submit 3 letters of recommendation.

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