UC Santa Barbara Alumni Legacy Scholarship Application 2019-20
The UCSB Alumni Legacy Scholarship is given on an annual basis and provides $2,000 awards for deserving legacy students at UC Santa Barbara. Created in 2001 by the UCSB Alumni Association Board of Directors, this Scholarship is awarded to students who, through academic achievement, leadership, and involvement in campus clubs and organizations, demonstrate a commitment to both UCSB as well as to the surrounding community

Please note that the deadline to all required application materials is January 11, 2019.

ELIGIBILITY:

To be eligible for this award, you must:

• Have a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, sibling, or cousin who (i) is a UCSB graduate, and (ii) who has completed 12.0 or more units;
• Be a currently enrolled as a full-time (12 unit minimum) UCSB undergraduate student;
• Have completed one quarter (12 academic units) at UCSB, but no more than 135 units, by December 31, 2018;
• Have a GPA above 3.0;
• Have demonstrated service to UCSB through campus involvement in clubs and/or other campus volunteerism/extracurricular activities; and
- Applicants that are selected for interviews must be able to interview on Friday, February 1st, 2018.


FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Visit: the Mosher Alumni House on campus
Call: 805.893.8416
email: scholarships@ucsbalum.com.

Please note the deadline for the submission of all required application materials is January 11, 2019.

Name: *
Please include both your first and last name
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Email Address: *
Please use your official UCSB email address
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Student perm #: *
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Phone number: *
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Local Mailing Address: *
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Anticipated Year of Graduation: *
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My current standing: *
Major(s) *
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Minors(s):
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UCSB Units Completed (do not count AP credit or units from a junior college or other colleges): *
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How did you hear about the Legacy Scholarship? *
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