Oakes Student Scholarships
Oakes College Student Project Funds
Oakes College has a modest fund to support Oakes students in the following four areas: (1) academic research; (2) creative initiatives; (3) artistic endeavors; (4) special events.
- The Collaborative Student Project Fund supports collective undergraduate student research and special group projects (download fillable Word document here)
- The Individual Student Project Fund supports individual undergraduate student research and special projects (download fillable Word document here)
Any registered Oakes undergraduate student is eligible to submit an application for funding. Funds can only be given to the specific Oakes student applicant for expenses which the Oakes student paid. All funding decisions will be based on the merit of the research/project, the extent to which the research/project will benefit the college and/or university community, and the available funds. Here are some examples of projects that were funded in the 2015-2016 academic year.
Deadlines are as follows: 10/7 for Fall quarter; 1/20 for Winter quarter; 4/7 for Spring quarter.
NOTE: Funding requests for events sponsored by registered student organizations should be directed to Core Council funding through Student Organization Advising and Resources (SOAR).
Please direct any questions about the proposal and award process to the College Academic Programs Coordinator <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Cynthia Mathews Scholarship (Deadline: Friday, May 5, 2017)
The Cynthia Mathews scholarship fund is designed to benefit UCSC students pursuing studies and/or intern experience in fields related to her work, including reproductive rights and health, healthcare professions, public health or health policy. Any UCSC undergraduate who is pursuing a major, field study or internship in these areas is eligible. Evidence of demonstrated interest or commitment to advocacy in these fields will be considered a plus. Click here for more information.
Nancy Pascal Field Study Scholarship (Deadline: Friday, April 28, 2017)
Nancy Pascal and her family established a scholarship fund to benefit UCSC students participating in any of the campus' numerous field study programs. The scholarship is established with the intent to encourage and support real-world experiences that complement formal academic requirements. Any UCSC undergraduate who is planning a field study through one of the campus field programs for one or more of the following quarters is eligible: Spring 17, Summer 2017, Fall 2017, Winter 2018. This includes students participating in UCDC. Click here for more information.
This is a searchable database, available on smart phones as well as computers, for scholarships for undocumented students. Website: http://www.dreamersroadmap.com