Scholarship information for students in chemistry courses

This Web page includes a list of CCSF scholarships that could be of relevance to students in chemistry courses. The following areas are included (click on the designation of interest):

For more detailed information on the scholarships listed here, as well as on the many other scholarships available to City College students, consult the Scholarship Office, room 336 Batmale Hall, 239-3339. (Please note that scholarhip amounts are subject to change without notice: the dollar amounts quoted here are approximate. Also, not all scholarships are given every semester.)

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Several of the scholarships listed below are restricted to members of specific groups. The following abbreviations are used:

Af = African-American students
As = Asian-American students (defined variously: consult the scholarship office for further information)
C = students of Chinese descent
D = students with verified disability
F = Filipino students
I = students of Irish descent
L = Latino students
NA = Native American students
PI = Pacific Islander students
SEA = Southeast Asian students (defined variously: consult the scholarship office for further information.)
T = students born in Tibet
W = women

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Scholarships in Chemistry

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Thomas M. Hynes

approx. $125

Manfred O. Naumann

approx. $200

Clement Skrabak

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Note on Chemistry scholarships:

Hynes Award: given every semester to the top student or students who completed Chem 101A/101B (General College Chemistry) in the previous semester
Naumann Award: given every spring to the top student or students who completed Chem 212A/212B (Organic Chemistry) during the in the current academic year.
Skrabak Award: given to the top student or students who completed Chem 40 (Introduction to Chemical Principles) in the previous semester.

The recipients of these scholarships are determined by the chair of the chemistry department in consultation with the instructors of the courses. No application is necessary: the chemistry department will contact the winners of these awards.

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Scholarships in Biology

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Victor Hoy Sen Chow

$100

Kathleen Parker Gould

$300

Helen Goodwin MacCollister

$400

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Scholarships in Medicine and Health Fields

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

CCSF Nursing Students Asssociation

$100

Dental Assisting

$100 to $1000

Kathleen Parker Gould

$300

Health Professions Registered Nurse Education

$8000

Heath Professions Associate Degree Nursing

$4000

Jenkins-Summers (Af)

$300

Kaiser Permanente Allied Health

$1000

Levi Strauss Foundation (Af/L/NA/SEA/F/PI)

varies

Susan T. Margolis

$500

Mills-Peninsula

varies

Jeanette Negro Memorial

$200

S.F. Council of Women's Clubs

$400

Joan Allen Stewart

$100

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Scholarships in Engineering

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Callison Foundation

$150

Chevron Foundation

$150

Stephen J. Cooper

$150

Edward J. Dierauf

$100

Kerkhof

$450

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (open to other science majors also)

$5000

Roswell M. Towill

$150

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Scholarships in Teaching

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Alpha Delta Kappa

varies

Dale R. Spoerer

$250

Melvia W. Toler

$200

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Scholarships for Lab Aides

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Carter Baum

$400

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Scholarships for General Academic Achievement

(Note: this list does not include scholarships that are awarded by specific organizations only to members of that organization. It does, however, include scholarships that are only open to members of specific ethnic groups, nationalities, genders, and other designations. For a list of abbrevations used, click here)

TITLE

AWARD AMOUNT

Booker T. Anderson Memorial (Af, transfer students)

$1000

Del M. Anderson (working 12+ hours/week)

$200

Asian Coalition (As/PI)

$300

Atkinson Foundation for Continuing Students (San Mateo County residents)

$500

Atkinson Foundation for Transfer Students (San Mateo County Residents)

$2000

CCSF Academic Excellence

$300

CCSF Golden Anniversary

$750

CCSF Memorial

$250

City College Faculty Association (24-45 units completed at CCSF)

$200

Archibald J. Cloud (24-45 units completed at CCSF)

$200

Council on Black American Affairs (Af)

$100 to $250

Chester Crowell

$250

James Denman (W preferred, graduate of San Francisco public schools)

$350

Gloria Swicegood Dunn (accepted as U.C. transfer)

$200 to $250

EMI/Nat King Cole (Af)

$2500

EMI/Selena (L)

$2500

Eleanor Fahle (W, over 24)

$500

Leone Frank (transfer student)

$450

Barry M. Goldwater (transfer science students)

up to $7500

Bernice Y. Griffin (re-entry student)

$250

Phyllis Haley

$100

Lloyd D. Luckmann (continuing student)

$250

Orenia Bowen Menzel (Af/L/NA/PI./SEA/F/D/W)

$250

Quetta Muzzle (Af W, single parent)

$200

Omega Chapter, Alpha Gamma Sigma

$100

Pacific Bell Stepping Stone (homeless/in temporary housing)

$125

Pan American Round Table (L)

$500

John and Genevieve Riordan (I)

$200

Anita Rodelo (L)

$350

Barbara L. Rosenthal

$300

Square and Circle (C)

$350

Yvonne Z. Stoupe

$5000

Tibetan Scholarship (T)

$250 to $500

Albert Ting (As)

$250

Melvia W. Toler (transfer student)

$200

United Pilipino-American Association (F)

$350

Lawrence B. and Bessie L. Wong (C)

$250

Audrey Jean Zimmermann (W, over 20)

$300

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