Cal-SOAP, Los Angeles Consortium Scholarship
The Cal-SOAP, Los Angeles Consortium in its effort to support the
students the program serves will be accepting applications for the
Cal-SOAP, Los Angeles Consortium Scholarship. Funds for the
scholarships are made possible through a generous grant from the College
Access Foundation of California.
The program will award scholarships to 2013 graduating high school seniors that are registered with the Cal-SOAP program in the schools listed on Consortium Members page (http://www.calstatela.edu/univ/csoap/schools.php) of the Cal-SOAP website, continuing students who were awarded the 2012 graduating high school seniors Cal-SOAP Scholarship, and 2013 transfer students from the community colleges listed on the Consortium Members page (http://www.calstatela.edu/univ/csoap/schools.php) of the Cal-SOAP website. The eligibility requirements for each of the three categories can be found on the following application packets:
In order for the application to be considered all of the items in the scholarship packet must be submitted to the Cal-SOAP representative or college counselor at your high school, Cal-SOAP representative at the community college, or directly to the Cal-SOAP office located on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles by 12:00pm on Wednesday – March 13th. (No email or faxes of the application packet will be accepted and applications that are mailed and not received in the office by the above stated time and date will not be considered).
All required documents must be turned in as a complete packet (use one staple on the top left-hand corner to submit the documents in the order in the application). Incomplete applications will automatically be disqualified. All application requirements are subject to verification. If you have any questions regarding the scholarship, please contact the Cal-SOAP representative or college counselor at your high school, Cal-SOAP representative at the community college, or contact the Cal-SOAP office at (323) 343-3180 (ask to speak with Martha Lemus). Awardees will only be notified by email.
Note: Once recipients have been selected and conditionally offered an award, they will be required to submit additional forms that will be requested in the award letter. Failure to submit all required forms will result in rescission of the scholarship award. Funds will be disbursed directly to the Financial Aid Office/Scholarship Office of the college or university the student attends. Students must attend an accredited degree-granting 2 or 4 year institution (community college or four year university/college) to receive the scholarship. If a student is attending a community college, s/he must be in an Associate’s degree or transfer program.