The USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association (APAA) Scholarship Program was created to award scholarships to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Southern California. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic achievement, personal merit, demonstration of financial need and contributions made to Asian Pacific American communities.
Scholarships Program: This Scholarship is offered to Undergraduate students
Field of study: courses offered by the University;
*USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association (APAA) scholarship applicants must be a full-time student (undergraduate, transfer, graduate or professional) enrolled in a USC degree program for the entire 2018-2019 academic year (fall and spring semesters). Incoming first-year students who have not enrolled at the time of application are not eligible.
*Applicant must have achieved a minimum of an overall 3.0 grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) in his/her course work. (USC Medical students who do not receive grade points are exempt).
*Applicants of all ethnic backgrounds are eligible for consideration. Additional positive consideration will be given to Asian Pacific students or students who have shown a commitment to the Asian Pacific community. Scholarships are awarded using both merit and need-based criteria.
*Scholarship awards are not guaranteed from one academic year to another. All recipients are required to re-apply on an annual basis for scholarship awards.
*Immediate family members (parent, child, spouse or sibling) of current USC Asian Pacific Alumni Association Board of Directors, staff or scholarship committee members do not qualify.
How to apply for this scholarship.
To apply for this scholarship, you must first enroll at the University of Southern California and then Students can later apply for this scholarship to finance their studies.
For more information on the application processes, visit the official website here.
Due Date: January, 2018
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