SCHOLARSHIPS (NSCD)

 

Goldman Scholarship

The New Student Counseling Department is one of the departments on campus which administers the Goldman Scholarships which are in very limited supply each semester. This scholarship provides $500 per semester renewable to:

 1. CCSF students taking UC or CSU transfer courses ONLY who intend to transfer to a 4-year college or university to complete a bachelor’s (baccalaureate) degree; or

2. CCSF students seeking a certificate or associate degree in an occupational area and not enrolled in any pre-collegiate basic skills courses; or

3. CCSF students taking one or more pre-collegiate basic skills courses who wish to complete an occupational certificate, associate’s degree, or a bachelor’s (baccalaureate) degree.

This scholarship is payable in two semester installments; one installment at the beginning of the semester and one after mid-term.

Please make an appointment with Marie Osborne if you are interested in applying before submitting your application to determine your eligibility. You may contact the department by calling 415239-3296 or coming in to E-205, 2nd floor of Conlan Hall for an appointment.



 College Readiness Scholarship

 The New Student Counseling Department is coordinating a College Readiness Scholarship Program that awards up to a total of $2000 to selected eligible candidates.  $500 will be awarded within 4 semesters in two disbursements each semester.

 

Please submit a completed application by 6:30 pm on Thurs, Dec 10 to Amy Mack's mailbox E-205 (as NSCD is closed Friday, Dec 11, 2009).

 

The following is the criteria:

1) Maintain a minimum of nine (9) credit units.

2) Completed at least one Basic Skills course.

3) Be enrolled in one Basic Skills class each semester the award is given.

4) Maintain a Term and Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better

5) Students may participate in only one of the following scholarship programs: The Richard Goldman Scholars, the Mosaic Scholars, College Readiness Program or the CalWORKS Basic Skill Program.

 

Renewable eligibility based on the following requirements:

1) Must attend two appointments with a program counselor during each semester when scholarship funds are being awarded

2) Have an updated counselor-prepared or electronic education plan every semester

3) Participate in at least one academic enrichment session designated by your counselor each semester.

 

A complete application includes:

1) Complete application

2) A personal statement

3) An Unofficial transcript with courses-in-progress (obtainable.ccsf.edu)