James E. Court Endowed Scholarship in Earth Sciences
This scholarship is possible thanks to the endowment created by the family of Jim Court, a much beloved former CCSF instructor of Physics and Geology.
The scholarship is offered every Spring to a qualified Earth Sciences student -- a student who has completed at least one Earth Sciences course at City College and who plans to continue their education in the Earth Sciences. The scholarship currently pays $200.
- Be currently enrolled at CCSF
- Have completed at least one CCSF course in Earth Sciences
- Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
- Plan to continue studies in Earth Sciences
Financial need will be considered.
For more information on deadlines and how to apply, go to the CCSF Scholarship Office. You will need to complete a CCSF General Scholarships Application Form.
Congratulations to Past Scholarship
- Spring 2021: Carmen Ramos
- Spring 2020: Nicolas Anderson
- Spring 2019: Maxwell Sapp
- Spring 2018: Doris Vidas
- Spring 2017: Jonathan Albizures
- Spring 2016: Esther Muñoz
- Spring 2015: Ryan Caspary
- Spring 2014: Joel van de Sande
- Spring 2013: Lohanne Harvey, Hideki Takahashi
- Spring 2011: WingYee Lee
- Spring 2010: LuoYan Yu, WingYee Lee
- Spring 2009: Claire Cheung, WingYee Lee
- Spring 2008: Matthew Gonzales, Claire Cheung, Sherrie Wayman
- Spring 2007: Jennifer Canale, Russell McArthur
- Spring 2006: Russell McArthur, Kelli Stratton
- Spring 2005: Russell McArthur, Dorothy Mak, Zach Van Dyke
- Spring 2004: Thomas Chupein
- Spring 2003: Adrienne Long
- Spring 2002: Jane Duxbury
- Spring 2001: Christina Walsh
- Fall 2001: Jane Duxbury
Other CCSF Scholarships
- National Science Foundation Scholarship Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
- CCSF Future Science and Math Teachers Scholarship
National Scholarships for Earth Scientists
- NAGT Far West Section Earth Science Community College Scholarships
- Association for Women Geoscientists Minority Scholarship
- RESESS: Research Experience in Solid Earth Science for Students. RESESS combines structured mentoring, ongoing research internships, and a supported learning community, for undergraduate students from underrepresented groups in order to increase the diversity within solid earth sciences.
- American Geological Institute (AGI) Scholarship Programs