The Economics Department scholarships for Fall 2016 have been awarded. The recipients are:
- John & June Kennedy Economics Scholarship (2) – Justin White and Erik Gustafsson
- Sean Brunske Economics Scholarship (1) – Dusty Wilson
The information below is for last year. Next year the information below will be updated to reflect information about, and due dates for, the Economics Department scholarships that will be awarded in Spring 2017. Check back then!
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This spring the Department will award five scholarships for Fall quarter, 2016. Each scholarship award will be approximately $1,500 which will be applied toward university registration fees. Completed applications are due Friday, April 22.
You can get information on the scholarship and an application in three ways:
Get the information/application in person from Jacqueline Carrillo in the Economics Department (SBS-451 or 537-5511). You then return the application to the Economics Department by the deadline.
Download a pdf version of the information/application. Return the completed application to Jacqueline in the Economics Department (SB-451).
Download a Word version of the information/application. Fill out the application and then e-mail it to email@example.com.
No matter how you get the application, make sure you fill out the application completely, submit the required statement of purpose, and turn in all materials to the Economics Department by the deadline.
To learn about each scholarship, click on one of the links below. General information is also provided on the application.
- Economics Alumni Scholarship (2 available)
- John and June Kennedy Economics Scholarship (2 available)
- Sean Brunske Scholarship (1 available)
The John Raymond Family Economics Scholarship, made possible by generous donations by John and Madeline Raymond, is no longer available.
The Janczyck Family Economics Scholarship, made possible by generous donations from the Janczyck family, is no longer available.
The Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Economics Scholarship, made possible by generous dontations from an anonymous Economics Department alumnus, is also no longer available.
The McBride Family Economics Scholarship, made possible by generous donations from the McBride Family, is no longer available.